State and Local Government



State and local government agencies are required to allow an active Safe at Home program participant to present his or her Authorization ID card and use his or her designated Safe at Home mailing address in lieu of his or her confidential address on public documents and to receive mail. (Government Code Chapter 3.1, §6207)

Safe at Home enrollment allows state and local government agencies to work together to protect and assist survivors with applying for and receiving services without compromising their confidential address information. Use of the designated Safe at Home mailing address also allows agencies to respond to public records requests without disclosing the confidential addresses of victims. The Secretary of State's office greatly appreciates the continued cooperation, sensitivity to victim needs, and ongoing information exchange we have with California's state and local government agencies.


Accepting the Designated Safe at Home Mailing Address

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Agency Exemption

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Mailing to Safe at Home Participants

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Safe at Home Participant Files

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Verifying Enrollment

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