abusive coaches

Youth Sports programs allows predators access to children and often establish themselves as an authority figure in the lives of youth athletes.  Further, children who participate in these programs are reliant on the internal policies and procedures that exist for protecting kids from sexual coaching abuse.  When the system fails to protect one child athlete from abusive coaches, it opens up the door for the predator to victimize countless more (1). Larry Nasser, Greg Stephen, and others exemplify systemic breakdowns in sport institutions’ failures to protect children from sexual predators.

Get Help With Your Abusive Coach Case

If you or a loved one has been sexually abused, use the contact form on the Contact Us page, or email us at info@NYvictim.com. You can also contact us at (833) Victim 9 or (833) 842-8469. We will review sexual abuse claims from any time period.  There is no fee for speaking to us and talking to us does not obligate you to retain us.  All consultations are subject to attorney client privilege and will be confidential.


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