The following opportunity has been shared on behalf of a member or affiliate of the Austin Area African American Behavioral Health Network (4ABHN).

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Over half of stalking offenders are current or former intimate partners. On average, intimate partner stalkers pose the greatest risks to their victims.
It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), an important time to recognize the significant connections between stalking and intimate partner violence.

Stalking & Domestic Violence: Learn More

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Click to view and share SPARC’s resources highlighting the intersections of intimate partner violence and stalking:

View and share our new video exploring the connections between stalking and domestic violence!

Infographics and fact sheets are also available at

Upcoming Webinar (Free!)

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Learn more and register for the October webinar here.

Serving Stalking & DV Victims

With few service providers focusing specifically on stalking, most victims of stalking turn to domestic violence and/or sexual assault organizations. Are you prepared to serve victims of stalking? Check out these resources to reflect on your response and consider new ideas!

Coming Up

January 2021 will be the 16th annual National Stalking Awareness Month! We look forward to offering materials to help you promote NSAM this January and year-round.

SPARC is funded to provide training and technical assistance on stalking to all grantees and potential grantees of OVW. Click here to request a training.