The Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP) are key to ending abuse—and they apply to activities in and around our sport. If you’re an adult athlete, coach, parent, or administrator, learn how they apply to you in free, live, and virtual U.S. Center for Safe Sport MAAPP trainings tailored to your role—sign up today

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One-pagers to answer your questions about the SafeSport Code, and Athlete Abuse Policies can be found HERE

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Volunteers

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Personal Care Assistants

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Parents

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Emergency Care Providers

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Coaches

2022 MAAPP Need to Know: For Adult Athletes



Below are more resources involved in the movment to end abuse in sport. 


DescriptionOur organization was created from a group of 40+ survivors of sexual violence. We come from a diverse pool of athletes completing at all levels: gymnasts, divers, runners, softball players, volleyball players, and more. Our unique history allows us to bring awareness to the systematic problem of sexual abuse against athletes; our goal is to end this problem by ensuring all parties are held accountable, creating transparency in reporting, building an environment where athletes donot fear retaliation when reporting abuse, and advocating for change to protect survivors.

MissionOur mission is to bring awareness, accountability, and transparency regarding the sexual violence against athletes, at all levels. 



Description:1in6 was founded in 2007 in response to a lack of resources addressing the impact of negative childhood sexual experiences on the lives of adult men. In 2016, 1in6’s scope expanded to include men who experiences sexual assault as adults.

Mission Statement: The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live healthier, happier lives. - NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PEOPLE AGAINST BULLYING


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has put together a variety of resources focused on preventing child abuse in different spaces. Resources include publications, resource guides, tip sheets, interactive prevention quizzes and more. Click on this link to learn more:


In addition to these great resources, you can always Report a Concern on the U.S. Center for SafeSport's website or call them at 833-5US-SAFE if you have an immediate concern within our sport.