My Son is Molesting My Daughter

by Name Undisclosed
(Location Undisclosed)

Today my nine year old daughter has come to me telling me that her thirteen year old brother had been touching her and performing sexual acts on her. I had noticed changes in her that made me concerned but she has always denied anything because she if scared I would be mad our that I would not care which is what she was told by her brother. I am a nurse and I know both my children need serious help. But I dont know where to started. Do I call the police. Do I call child protective services. Do I just find them a counselor to talk to. I Imagine that the counselor would have to report it yo and then child services would come out then. I Have taken every precaution to prevent out from happening again like separating the children. No more baby sitting and for now my daughter is sleeping in bed with me. I just dont know what to do now

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