First, I would let my child know that I love them. I would hold them and let them talk about what happened as much, or as little, as they needed to, at that moment. After that, I would notify the police and children services and provide them with any details that I had learned from my child. The next step I would take is to contact a counselor who specializes in child sexual abuse and make separate appointments for my child and my husband and I. Sexual abuse can invoke feelings of shame, guilt, fear, or anger in the victim and the entire family. Getting immediate support for everyone is paramount. Having been sexually abused, I know that feeling loved and supported by family helps with the healing process.