Victims of cyberstalking often have trouble talking to others about their experience. People don't understand, they dismiss the experience of harassment as something minor. They may even blame the victim for causing their own problems.
If you've been a victim of cyberstalking, or know someone who is, and are looking for help, this area may have exactly what you need.
If you're not familiar with the technology of the Internet or the terminology of stalking, you may want to look at our Cyberstalking Glossary; you can access this glossary from any page by clicking on the large button found in the right-hand column.
You'll find a collection of links to Canadian organizations, agencies and services if you click on the Canadian Resources button, found in the same area.
At the top of the right-hand column you'll find a menu which will enable you to explore all our link collections, organized by topic. You can see a detailed description of each category on the Helpful Link Resources page.
Young adults who are being harassed online will find information and safety tips in the Help for Youth area.
Finally, we ask all our users to fill our quick Need Help Survey, to tell us how to serve you better.