A Safety Plan is a personalized, practical plan of action that includes ways to maintain safety
in a dangerous or volatile relationship or environment.
While anyone can make safety plans on their own, it is helpful to utilize the assistance
of trained professionals who can help you determine options for enhancing your safety.
We will collaborate with you to devise a safety plan unique to your circumstances.
Victim Advocates are able to help create a safety plan that considers your needs,
the needs of your children, and even your pets.
Safe at Home is an address confidentiality program that allows victims of intimate
partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, or sexual assault to apply for a private
mailbox with the Secretary of State that shields their residential address from public
records, including voter registration lists. Survivors can apply to participate in
the program with the help of a certified Application Assistant. Click here for more information about Safe at Home on the Secretary of State's website.