Overview of all Programs and Resources

Protect children and reduce their risk of victimization

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is dedicated to the personal safety of all children. We offer a number of programs, services and resources for Canadians to help them protect children and reduce their risk of victimization. Below you will find a brief overview of all of our programs and resources, as well as links to their respective websites.



Canada’s tipline to report the online sexual exploitation of children.


Canada’s one-stop resource and response centre for supporting families in finding their missing child and providing educational materials to help prevent children from going missing.


A national interactive safety education program for increasing the personal safety of children and reducing their risk of victimization online and in the real world.


A program designed to help prevent sexual abuse from happening within child-serving organizations.



Pre-school - Grade 1

This kit is designed for children four to six years of age. Lessons are age-appropriate, fun and include an animated turtle named Teatree to help teach children how to be safe. Topics include lessons on identifying safe adults, identifying feelings, naming body parts, establishing personal boundaries, and okay and not okay touching. For more information, please visit: teatreetells.ca.


Grade 1

Children who go places alone are at a greater risk of being harmed. The Billy Brings his Buddies initiative teaches children the important habit of staying with a buddy when going places. It consists of interactive online games, an online storybook as well as activities you can download and complete with your child. For more information, please visit: billybuddy.ca.


Grades 3 & 4

Zoe & Molly Online is an interactive series that gives kids in Grade 3 and 4 an opportunity to have some fun while exploring what it means to be safe while playing games online. All the components of the Zoe & Molly Online program, including comics, an interactive game and online safety quiz, provide an engaging learning experience for children. As children progress through the website their level of internet safety knowledge and confidence will increase. For more information, please visit: zoeandmolly.ca.


Grades 5 & 6

Recognizing the challenges in discussing the issue of child sexual abuse, this initiative helps teachers educate students in Grades 5 and 6 about this subject in an empowering way. Through a myriad of fun activities, children learn how to identify inappropriate behaviour, and how to talk to a safe adult when something makes them feel uncomfortable. For more information, please visit: smartstrongsafe.ca.


Grades 7 and up

Needhelpnow.ca is designed to provide information to youth who have been impacted by a sexual picture/video being shared by peers. The goal of the site is to provide teens with practical steps they can take to regain control over the situation.

For more information, please visit: needhelpnow.ca.

Self/peer Exploitation

Grades 7 and up

This resource, School and Family Approaches to Intervention and Prevention: Addressing Self/Peer Exploitation is designed to assist educators and parents when responding to an incident of self/peer exploitation.

For more information, please visit: cybertip.ca/self_peer_exploitation.

Cyberbullying Resources

Grades 7 and up

Recognizing the diverse and complex nature of cyberbullying, and our agency’s role in preventing the online sexual exploitation of children, our educational modules and student activity books focus on addressing the specific combination of sexual exploitation/violence, technology and bullying among youth.

For more information, please visit: kidsintheknow.ca/app/en/program-cyberbullying.



As technology evolves, so do the risks to young people. ProtectKidsOnline.ca arms parents with the knowledge they need to help keep their kids safe online. The site regularly gleans information from Cybertip.ca to help parents stay informed about age-specific interests of young people, the risks they face online and proactive strategies for helping to make their child’s online experiences safer. For more information, please visit: protectkidsonline.ca.

This resource targets parents who may at times feel overwhelmed by the growing challenges of raising children in a technological world.

Click here to download the booklet.

Adults bear the responsibility for safeguarding and protecting children from sexual abuse – as such it is important understand what child sexual abuse is and to recognize behaviour that may signal a child in distress if we are going to address this issue at its core.

Click here to download the booklet.