ASCA is an Australian national charity which advances the health and wellbeing of people and communities affected by child abuse, for this and future generations.
ASCA provides professional support, education and training programs, as well as a trauma-informed approach to care to improve the lives of adults abused as children. It also advocates nationally for the often complex needs of trauma survivors to be better met.
Every year on Forget-me-knot Day, ASCA asks all Australians to unite in support of adult survivors of childhood trauma.
ASCA's long-term strategy is to ensure that all Australian adult survivors of all forms of child abuse and neglect will be able to access the specific services they need to ensure health, well-being and meaningful engagement in their communities
Answers contributed by Adults Surviving Child Abuse
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