Project REV can offer academic advocacy, counseling services, and education around stalking.
Find out more about Project REV's services
The TWU Department of Public Safety is here to keep the campus safe. If stalking occurs on or near campus, campus police can help.
Denton County Friends of the Family offers a wide range of advocacy and counseling service, including, but not limited to, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, help with protective orders and crime victims compensation, children's play therapy, group therapy and parenting classes.
Outreach Office: 940-387-5131
24-Hour Hotline: 800-572-4031
The City of Denton Police Department can help with emergencies and stalking incidents that occur off campus.
The Denton County District Attorney's Office has a victim's assistance division that can be very helpful.
The National Stalking Resource Center offers a plethora of online materials about stalking. They also offer a crime victim's hotline.
24-Hour Hotline: 800-FYI-CALL
The Stalking Handbook for Victims is available online and includes great information on ways to handle being stalked.
page last updated 5/28/2013 5:00 PM