1) Eradicating institutional child abuse and
2) Empowering hundreds of thousands of survivors in the United States to heal themselves and promote social change through positive self-advocacy. Breaking Code Silence utilizes education, outreach, research, and community organizing to protect the civil and human rights of youth.
Breaking Code Silence is committed to building and protecting an inclusive workspace that embraces and affirms the whole identities, backgrounds, lived experiences, and individual perspectives of our staff, interns, and volunteers. We celebrate the diversity of our teams as it pertains to ethnicity, race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, disability, size, religion, national origin, and/or juvenile or criminal justice involvement.
Breaking Code Silence regularly has open positions for volunteer opportunities and internships and is an equal opportunity employer.