Stalking may seem like it’s a far-away issue that could
never happen to you or someone you know. But in reality, more than 6 million
people are stalked every year in the U.S. alone. Out of those victims, more
than half of female victims and more than one third of male victims indicated
that they were stalked before the age of 25.
Join the Haven
Project on our campaign to help raise AWAREness against stalking by visiting the Stalking AWAREness
table at the Health Hut. At the Haven
table, you will find statistics on stalking incidents in the United States, information on
how to reduce your risk of experiencing this crime, and campus/community resources for victims of stalking.
January 26, 2015
Time: 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Stapleton Library, main lobby
For additional information on
stalking, visit the National Stalking Awareness Month website.
The Haven Project provides
counseling and advocacy services for students who experience violence. The Haven Project also
provides education about stalking, dating/relationship violence, and sexual assault.
For more information,
visit the Haven
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
you or someone you know experiences violence, help is available. You’re not
alone. Contact the Haven Project at (724) 357-4799 or the IUP Counseling Center at (724) 357-2621. You may
also contact your local crisis hotline.
All services are free and confidential.