Spring is a time of hope and new starts. Read the entire message from Secretary Bowen.
Procedures are now in place following a federal ruling that allows national banks and credit unions to accept a "contact address" rather than a Safe at Home participant's actual residence address when the participant applies for a bank account. Read more about the newest protection for victims.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) has developed a way to put to good use the thousands of smuggled cell phones that state prison staff confiscate from inmates each year. Read more about the new CDCR project.
Safe at Home provides a report to the state Legislature every January. View the 2010 Safe at Home Legislative Report.
Safe at Home partners with more than 200 state-designated nonprofit agencies to make program enrollment as easy as possible. Read about the newest enrolling agency.
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