My son's six year old daughter has been sexually molested by her eight year old girl cousin on her mother's side. My granddaughter was very graphic in her description of the abuse and where it happened. The other child initially lied about it, but has admitted to it. This cousin has a rather long history of serious behavioral problems and is the child of a mother who abuses alcohol and drugs, and has many "boyfriends" coming through their home. My daughter-in-law and her mother (who is the primary caregiver of the cousin) decided the children could continue to play together but with supervision. This other child has bullied my granddaughter in front of them, and the abuse took place right under their noses. I called Child Protection Services. My son is thankful that I did, as he feels both children should undergo counseling before they have contact again. My daughter-in-law and her mother told my granddaughter that I called the cops on her cousin and they will take her away. My granddaughter was so upset, she apologized to her cousin for telling the secret she told her not to tell, because she does not want her to go to jail. I feel in my heart I did the right thing. I want to protect my granddaughter from any further abuse. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I can do to accomplish this?