United States contact numbers:
541-891-6168 Minor attracted person 16:00 to 4:00 GMT
785-231-9748 Recovered sex offender 10:00 to 20:00 GMT
541-891-6159 Related to a MAP 20:00 to 22:00 GMT
810-445-9846 Training to be a therapist 22:00 to 10:00 GMT
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ASAP is operated by volunteers. Donations to maintain this site are appreciated.
The founders of ASAP have published two books on the subject of pedophilia:
Virtuous Pedophiles by Gary Gibson, 153 pages.
Untouchable: Reaching the Most Despised with God's Love by Tabitha Abel, 173 pages.
These books are available internationally on Amazon.com for $11.95 each plus postage. Order direct from ASAP and save. Special sale to a United States address only.
History of ASAP
The Association for Sexual Abuse Prevention (ASAP) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in the state of Oregon on March 4, 2015 by Tabitha Abel, Todd Cooper, and Gary Gibson. Its purpose is to promote the primary prevention of child sexual abuse through public health education and by helping people with pedophilia find appropriate therapy prior to an offense. On May 1, 2015, ASAP received tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are deductible in the United States under section 170 of the tax code.
ASAP Goals and Objectives
1. Prevent child sexual abuse.
- Make therapy accessible to people with pedophilia before they abuse a child.
- Develop a website.
- Provide workshops.
- Develop practice guidelines.
- Develop a list of therapists.
- Refer clients to MAP-friendly therapists.
- Write grants.
- Accept donations.
- Conduct research with participants.
- Develop the Sexual Abuse Risk Assessment.
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