At the YWCA, we are committed to promoting safety, support, and empowerment for all individuals in our community. January marks Stalking Awareness and Prevention Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence and impact of stalking while emphasizing prevention strategies and resources.
Stalking is a serious and often misunderstood crime that can have profound effects on its victims, causing fear, anxiety, and disruption to daily life. Through education, outreach, and advocacy, we strive to shed light on this issue and offer support to those affected.
Throughout the month, we will be sharing information, resources, and support services to help individuals recognize the signs of stalking, understand their rights, and access the help they need. Together, we can work towards creating safer communities and empowering survivors of stalking to reclaim their sense of security and well-being.
Join us in raising awareness and taking a stand against stalking. Together, we can make a difference.