TELL NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATORS TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR SURVIVORS OF CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE
Under New York law, a person who experiences sexual abuse as a child cannot take civil action after the age of 23. However, many survivors need years to process their trauma and decide to confront their abuser.
Recently State legislators have proposed different bills to extend the statute of limitations, but none have been adopted.
To learn more about recent proposed legislation, click here.