Little Warriors is a national, charitable organization based in Alberta. We are focused on the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. We also advocate on behalf of and with child sexual abuse survivors.

Little Warriors is committed to:


Raise awareness and provide information about child sexual abuse.


Provide a treatment facility to help children cope with the devastating effects of child sexual abuse.


Provide child sexual abuse prevention strategies to adults through education.


To ensure the rights, needs and interests of children are respected and protected.


Donations needed to support the Be Brave Bridge Online Program

Media Release: Little Warriors is in desperate need of funding for their new Be Brave Bridge program. The comprehensive online program was created to tackle the growing waiting list of kids and families impacted by child sexual abuse and in need of support. However, $1 million in funding is needed to successfully launch the program.… read more

Congratulations Glori Meldrum!

Glori has received a Meritorious Service Medal (Civil Division) award. This honour, one of the highest in the country, was granted by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada.… read more

The Be Brave Ranch

The Be Brave Ranch
The Be Brave Ranch
The Be Brave Ranch

The Little Warriors Be Brave Ranch by Ray LaBonte and Family is a specialized, intensive, trauma-informed, evidence-based treatment centre focused on helping children who have been sexually abused, as well as their families. The Be Brave Ranch program offers a one-year combined onsite and outpatient program designed with significant input from many leading academic and clinical experts who specialize in child sexual abuse and trauma.

Prevent It!

Taking action to help
prevent and respond to
child sexual abuse

Offered in person and online by Little Warriors, the Prevent It! workshop teaches adults to help prevent and respond to child sexual abuse. Developed in conjunction with researchers at the University of Alberta, this informative, empowering and engaging workshop gives adults tools and strategies to help keep children safe from child sexual abuse.

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