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WMUR February 17, 2022
"As offenders have more access to technology, it's a new way for them to hide. It's a new way for them to reach out to minors,” Lyn Schollett, executive director of the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, said.
The effects of falling victim can last a lifetime, but help is available, and healing is possible, according to Schollett.
"The great news is trained advocates are available at crisis centers throughout New Hampshire to help talk with parents about how to have age-appropriate conversations with their children to keep them safe,” Schollett said.
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