Polyvictimization refers to the experience of multiple victimizations that may be different in nature and severity, and that occur across various contexts and relationships. Polyvictimization can include physical, sexual, emotional, and verbal abuse, as well as neglect, bullying, and other forms of violence or mistreatment. It is often associated with chronic stress, trauma, and other negative outcomes, such as mental health problems, substance abuse, and risky behaviors. Polyvictimization can occur at any age and affects individuals from diverse backgrounds and communities. It is important to recognize the prevalence and impact of polyvictimization in order to develop effective prevention and intervention strategies.