There are people all over the country creating programs designed to curb stalking and help victims protect themselves and reclaim their lives. The key is to identify them so that we can build on each others’ work and knowledge instead of trying to reinvent the wheel.

So we’re asking for your help. If you have–or know of–a stalking-related program that’s working, please share the information with us so that we can grow this list into a resource that really helps make a difference.

National Cybercrime Training Partnership – Led by the Department of Justice with support from the Office of Justice Programs and the National White Collar Crime Center

Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) – Unique services for domestic violence victims, especially those who typically fall between the cracks, and are receiving the least amount of help. Offers trainings for professionals, referrals, information and a support group.

Peace Over Violence – Peace Over Violence, (formerly LACAAW), established in 1971 by pioneering feminist activists, is a sexual and domestic violence, stalking, child abuse and youth violence prevention center headquartered in Los Angeles and dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence.

The Duluth Model – Innovative community-wide interventions to end violence against women and help men who batter change.

Serendipity West – A Bend, OR nonprofit organization that conducts day-long interactive workshops called Challenge Days in schools to help students and teachers confront issues of bullying, violence, and other forms of oppression.