Safe at Home, California's Address Confidentiality 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 safety plan.
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, or volunteer;
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 or 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
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