Child Protection Resources

There is only one principle with regards to Child Protection:

USSA clubs provide the safest environment possible for their athletes, families and members. 

NOTE: This information does not cover athletic training or competition and the protection associated with such in the various snowsports. For this information see USSA Club Logistics, USSA Coaches' Education and Certification, and USSA and FIS Training and Competition Guidelines. This section covers child and athlete protection with regards to abuse, concussions and injury, and travel.

Below are resources and information about best practices that will help USSA clubs meet this principle. For more in-depth access to these types of resources, as well as direct support, forums with other club leaders, resource sharing, potential deployment of Club Expert Consultants and other opportunities for developing your club, see USSA Club Certification.


My Account

Need to renew your membership, get coaching tips or work on your technique? Want to check rankings or results? Find all that and more on your My Account page. 


Ready to become a member of U.S. Ski & Snowboard? Whether you're an athlete who wants to compete, a fan who wants to follow the action, or part of the support team, U.S. Ski & Snowboard has a program for you.

Get Involved

U.S. Ski & Snowboard's athletes get no government funding. Their success is dependent on passionate fans, like you! See how you can help athletes achieve their dreams.

Child Protection

Help raise awareness about misconduct in sport and promote open dialogue. Together we can build a game plan to make sport safe—for everyone.


Preview the new U.S. Ski & Snowboard website.