In recognition of Stalking Awareness Month- January 2018, the Shu’-‘aa-xuu-dvn (In A Good Way Place) Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program would like to take this opportunity to thank you and the thousands of people across the nation in raising awareness about stalking: the prevalence, the lethality, and the impact.
With the dedication of local agencies and the continued community support we can all help to create a brighter future free of violence and fear.
Shu’ ‘aa-shii nin-la ( thank you, I really)
While legal definitions of stalking vary from one jurisdiction to another, a good working definition of stalking is a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.
Stalking is serious, often violent, and can escalate over time.
If you or a loved one is being stalked and you would like to speak to someone, please contact:
Community & Family Services Dept. of Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation
Shu’-‘aa-xuu-dvn (In A Good Way Place) Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program
110 W. First Street, Smith River, CA 95567 | Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault 24-Hour Crisis Line: (707) 487-3175
If you would like more information about stalking and Stalking Awareness Month: