Oasis Stalking - Finding Help

Finding Help

You do not need to face this alone. What is happening to you is not your fault. More often than not, seeking support from others is helpful. In addition to the Oasis Program and other community agencies, trusted friends or family can provide emotional and physical support. You are not alone.

If you are a UA student, faculty or staff member you can seek services at the Oasis Program on campus or you can contact services in the community (see below). As a campus resource, the Oasis Program can assist you in identifying a myriad of other campus agencies that may be helpful to you in increasing your safety and decreasing the negative impacts of stalking.

For example, the Oasis Program can help you advocate for making changes in your class schedule or residence hall appointment. We offer academic advocacy, safety planning, and review of your options as a victim of stalking. We also offer counseling for those who are experiencing the emotional effects of living with fear and self-doubt that often occurs when someone is being stalked. These services are free and confidential.

If you are not a UA student there is a number of community options and websites that are available to you.

Do not stay silent about what is happening. Tell other people you are being stalked! Know your options.