Applicants and Participants - Enrollment


Applicants cannot apply directly with the Secretary of State's Office for enrollment in the Safe at Home Program. Safe at Home partners with state-designated non-profit agencies that provide victims with enrollment assistance. Safe at Home's currently certified Enrolling Agencies are listed on the Enrolling Agency Referral List. These agencies receive referrals from Safe at Home and assist victims with applying for the program.



Applicants- Important Information Before You Enroll

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Am I Eligible to Enroll?

Eligibility: To be eligible to enroll, you (or your minor child or an incipacitated adult for whom you are applying), must: (per Government Codes §6205, 6205.5, 6206, 6209)
To support your application, you may also provide:
 

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About Enrolling Agencies and Advocates

You cannot apply directly with the Secretary of State for enrollment in the Safe at Home Program. (per Government Code §6206(a)) Safe at Home partners with state-designated agencies for enrollment assistance. (per Government Code 6208.5)
 
Enrolling agency advocates:
 

To find an enrolling agency in your area, search the Enrolling Agency Referral List or call Safe at Home toll-free at (877) 322-5227.

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How do I Enroll?

To apply for the program, you must make an appointment with an advocate at a certified enrolling agency. (per Government Codes §6206(a), 6208.5)

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Why Enroll?

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What Happens Once I am Enrolled?

Once enrolled, you will receive:

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