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FRC provides services to assist victims of stalking. 

Stalking is a crime of power and control. It is a course of action directed at an individual that causes the victim to fear for their safety, and generally involves repeated visual or physical proximity, nonconsensual communication, and verbal, written, or implied threats.

Research shows that victims of stalking are more likely to experience anxiety, insomnia, social dysfunction, and severe depression compared to the general population.

Stalking is a crime in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., the U.S. Territories, and the Federal Government. Each year, January is recognized as National Stalking Awareness Month in an effort to educate the public about serious—and at times deadly—crime of stalking.

If you feel you are in imminent danger or fear a threat of harm, please call 911 immediately!


Information and resources about stalking:

SPARC offers a variety of resources and tips for stalking victims such as:

   • Safety Planning Strategies

  • Stalking & Harassment Assessment & Risk Profile (SHARP)

  • Stalking Incident & Behavior Log

Remember, if you’re in immediate danger, call 911. Also, while the resources above are helpful, we strongly encourage you to call FRC and talk to someone about your situation, the options and resources available, and to get expert assistance in creating a personalized Safety Plan.  Call our 24-hour hotline at 1-800-613-6145.