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Stalking

Stalking can be thought of as the willful and repeated following, watching and harassing of another person. These are usually a series of actions that occur over a period of time, that can cause distress to the person who is being harassed.

Here are some sources of support.

  • National Stalking Helpline

    Help and support if you think you're being stalked.

    0808 802 0300

    www.stalkinghelpline.org

  • Network for Surviving Stalking

    Useful help and support if you're living with this.

    www.scaredofsomeone.org

  • Welsh Women's Aid

    Practical support and help across Wales for women and children who are suffering violence in the home. Over twenty five local Women's Aid organisations across Wales. Use the Live Fear Free line to contact.

    02920 541 551, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    www.welshwomensaid.org.uk

  • Live fear free

    Provides a 24- hour, bilingual information signposting service, to help and guide people with experience of domestic abuse or sexual violence and might be in need of advice, emergency support, safety, and knowledge of their rights and options.

    0808 80 10 800

    livefearfree.gov.wales

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