The Safe at Home program provides victims of domestic violence, stalking,
sexual assault and human trafficking (effective January 1, 2018), as well
as reproductive health care workers a way to thwart abusers from finding
them at home, at work and at school. Safe at Home participants are assigned
a substitute mailing address. This address is accepted by California state,
county and city government agencies in lieu of a residential or other
mailing address where the victim can be personally tracked down, keeping
the residence address confidential and out of the hands of their abusers.
This service is provided free of charge to California residents who qualify
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The Safe at Home Program provides services that work best when used in
conjunction with an overall safety plan. Eligible applicants must enroll
at a Safe at Home designated enrolling agency. A victim's assistance
counselor will help applicants determine whether they are eligible to
participate and explain how Safe at Home can be a part of their overall
1. An eligible applicant is:
- · a victim of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, and effective
January 1, 2018, victims of human trafficking;
- · a household member of a victim listed above (effective January 1, 2018);
- · a reproductive health care facility employee, provider, patient,
AND is in fear for his or her own safety or the safety of a minor child
or incapacitated adult.
The applicant must reside in California and must be an adult applying on
behalf of him/herself or be a guardian/conservator acting on behalf of
a minor child or an incapacitated adult.
Applicants with Minor Children
- · The law requires the Safe at Home Program to notify the other
custodial parent of your enrollment.
- · All court orders relating to minor children of the applicant must
be provided to Safe at Home.
How to Apply:
To find an enrolling agency, click here
Where to Find an Enrolling Agency or call the Safe at Home Program toll-free at