#Me2csa.com is a confidential and anonymous online system for identifying child sex abusers.  We believe there is strength in numbers.  The purpose of the system is to provide a safe and confidential method for survivors to identify their abusers and to empower survivors to publicize their identifications if their abusers are identified by multiple survivors.

Identification forms will be reviewed by the Vertigo Charitable Foundation, LLC (VCF), an organization that advocates on behalf of child sex abuse survivors.  For the past 7 years, VCF, whose founder/CEO is the mother of a survivor, has been consulting with survivors about their legal rights, lobbying for legal reforms, and making documentaries that address the unique issues in survivor cases.

Identification forms will be reviewed and a database of abusers’ personal information will be developed to determine whether a particular abuser has been named by more than one survivor.  In that event, the survivors who identified that abuser will be notified and they will decide whether they want to make their identifications public, either individually or collectively.

How the System Works

Survivors submit anonymous online identification forms.  We will gather information from the forms to develop a database of specific information used to identify child sex abusers.  When we determine that a particular abuser has been identified by more than one survivor, we will notify those survivors.  At that time, each of the survivors will decide independently as to whether to share her/his identification with the other survivor(s) who identified the same abuser.

If the survivors agree to share their identifications, we will make their forms accessible to each of them.  At that point, the survivors can communicate directly with each other to decide whether to identify the abuser publicly and/or to file a report with the police, either individually or collectively.

If a survivor does not want to come forward after having been notified that her/his abuser has been identified by another survivor, she/he will remain anonymous and her/his identification  will not be disclosed to the other survivor(s).


Who is running this website?

The website is run by the Vertigo Charitable Foundation, LLC (VCF), an organization that advocates on behalf of adult survivors of child sex abuse.  Information about the organization is available at vcfhelp.org.  VCF is not affiliated with any law enforcement or government agency.

If I submit an online form to identify my abuser, will he/she be notified?

No, your identification remains confidential unless and until you decide to make it public. Even if you are notified that your abuser was identified by at least one other survivor, your identification will remain confidential unless you provide us with written authority to disclose it to the other survivor(s) who identified the same abuser.

Who will actually see my identification form?

Your form will be seen only by those who are running this website and only for the purpose of determining if an abuser has been identified by multiple survivors. Your form will not be sent to law enforcement or shared with any other organization.

Can I include information about ongoing or suspected abuse of a minor?

No, this system is designed for adult survivors to report past abuse. Any information relating to known or suspected abuse of persons who are presently minors should be reported immediately to the proper legal authorities.

Why should I trust that my identification will remain safe and anonymous?

VCF, the organization that will be managing this website, has been advocating for survivors for many years.  #Me2csa.com is an outgrowth of VCF’s continuing efforts to empower survivors to come forward, be heard, and hold their abusers accountable

Identifying your abuser

Identifying your abuser requires only that you complete the form on this website.  The online form is for the purposes of this website only and will remain confidential and anonymous.

Your anonymity is important to you and to us.  Use only your first name or a fictitious name in your identification form.  We do need some way to contact you if we determine that multiple survivors have identified your abuser and email is the preferred method of contact.  We will use your email only to notify you that other survivors have identified your abuser.

When you are ready, you can submit your form via the link below.  We know that identifying  your abuser is not an easy task or one to take lightly.  However, identification is the first step in asserting your right to be heard.  We are confident that there will be multiple survivors who identify the same abuser. End the silence.  We stand with all of you.

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