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Matthew Sandusky, The Adopted Son of Jerry Sandusky, Will Talk About Life After Childhood Abuse

Mar 11, 2016 04:12PM ● By Ryan Frisch

Susquehanna Valley Court Appointed Special Advocates for children (CASA) has partnered with Transitions to host a unique educational event April 27, 6:30 p.m. at Lewisburg Area High School auditorium. Sponsors and attendees are actively being sought. 

Matthew Sandusky, the adopted son of Jerry Sandusky, will talk about life after childhood abuse. He will chronicle the neglect he experienced from his natural family, as well as adoption by the Sandusky family and the sexual assault and abuse he suffered there.  

“It is promising to be a big event and quite an interesting crowd,” noted Jennifer Rempe, SV CASA executive director. 

Businesses and individuals interested in helping to cover the cost of the travel and speaking fees ($5000), with sponsorships of $500 each, can contact SV CASA at (570) 988-2200.  

Susquehanna Valley Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children serves Northumberland, Lycoming, Snyder and Union Counties in Pennsylvania. Its mission is to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused or neglected child can be safe, establish permanence and have the opportunity to thrive.

Transitions provides a comprehensive support network, including emotional support, legal advice and safe havens, for victims of domestic violence.  

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