Click here to edit title

Providing shelter, support, and advocacy to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Stalking Awareness Month

January Is Stalking Awareness Awareness Month

Imagine that you don't feel safe!  Someone is following you, texting or emailing you,  you are afraid.  In one year, 6.6 million Americans were victims of stalking-a series of actions directed at a specific person to make them afraid or feel they are in danger.  It can happen to anyone.  Women are stalked at a rate three times higher than men. 

Stalking is a crime in all 50 states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia.

Services to Abused Families (SAFE) can help.  SAFE can provide information, support, safety planning, how to petition for a protective order, individual and group counseling, and shelter, if needed.

If you or someone you know is being stalked, contact SAFE at 800.825.8876, 24/7/365.

Stalking Awareness Month Activities

January 7 6:30pm - Providence Bible Church - Teen Support Group

Stalking Awareness Presentation  

January 8 7:50am - 92.5 WINC.FM Community Corner Interview - SAFE/January Is                                          Stalking Awareness Month

10:00am - RRCS Women's Alternative Program - Stalking/Stalking Laws 

January 14-19 Culpeper Library - Stalking Awareness Information Corner

                          9:00am -3:00pm-  Stalking Awareness Day

Germanna Community College - Locust Grove Campus

Upcoming Events

Thursday, Sep 25 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

 

Share on Facebook

 


Make Your Car A Vehicle For Change!

 

Eat At Chili's, Support SAFE!