January 2019 marks the 15th annual National Stalking Awareness Month.
Stalking is prevalent, dangerous, and a crime in all 50 states, the U.S. Territories, and the District of Columbia. Stalking is a pattern of behavior directed at a specific person that causes fear. Many stalking victims experience being followed, approached and/or threatened, including through technology. There is a connection between stalking and intimate partner violence. To learn more, please read the fact sheet available for download below.
If you or someone you know is being stalked, there are several on-campus resources available.
NEOMED Police Department
330.325.5911 or 911
Center for Student Wellness & Counseling
Title IX Coordinator
Upcoming Training and Outreach
Let's Talk About It: Stalking
NEOMED students, faculty, and staff are invited to join the Title IX Office and Townhall II on Jan.23, 2019 for information about stalking during National Stalking Awareness Month. Learn more and register.
"Saying No and Accepting No"
The week of Jan. 22 the Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services will be email casting a wellness brief from our newly established news brief format called The Whale Watch on "Saying No and Accepting No": How to establish and maintain healthy boundaries in relationships with others in school, work, friends, family.
-Submitted by Kali Meonske