I just wanted to share information about a group that got involved with my daughter and helped her overcome some of her fears of men. The group is Biker's Against Child Abuse. When I first heard of them I thoughtthat the last thing I wanted to do was have a motorcycle gang get around my child. My mom called and said she set up a meeting. I was mad, but met with them. I'm so glad I did! This group is made up of police officers, firemen, EMT's, teachers, counselors, plant workers, construction workers, office workers, etc. You name it. They love children and want to help. They will set up short play dates with your child and form a safe relationship that your child begins to look forward to. When your child goes to testify against their abuser, BACA is there with them. BACA gives them their own vest, with a patch telling their street name. If your child is ever threatened by their abuser, BACA will stand guard outside your house until the threat has passed. My daughter has PTSD and a great fear of men. She couldn't wait for BACA to come. Her favorite members ended up being two guys named Spike and Opie. Spike (with tatoos all over and a spike piercing in his chin) ended up becoming an EMT and Opie is an EMT/Life Flight pilot. BACA is in most states and are there for the kids. Check them out: www.bacausa.com
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