About Safe at Home
What Safe at Home Does and Does Not Do
Safe at Home does:
- Authorize survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, rape or other crimes to use a substitute address on new records with government agencies and the courts.
- Authorize participants to use a substitute address for receiving first-class mail, legal documents and certified mail.
- Provide a free mail-forwarding service for program participants.
- Enable participants to use the substitute address to meet the requirements for a home, work or school address on public records.
- Receive personal service of process for participants.
Safe at Home does not:
- Help participants change their identities or relocate.
- Remove or delete existing public records.
- Offer legal advice.
- Relieve participants of their legal or financial responsibilities.
If you think Safe at Home is right for you, find out how to apply.