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Connecticut Safe at Home: A Confidential Address Program

Connecticut Safe at Home: A Confidential Address Program

2018

The Safe at Home program is available for Connecticut residents who are or have been victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or risk of injury to a minor. If you have moved or are planning to move and want to keep your new address private, Safe at Home can help. The program provides you with a substitute address to which all your first-class mail is sent. The Office of the Secretary of the State then forwards your mail to your new actual home address.

Get a brochure about the program or call:

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Inc.
24-hour toll-free hotline
1-888-999-5545
1-888-568-8332 En Español

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence
24-hour toll-free hotline
1-888-774-2900

www.connsacs.org
www.ctcadv.org

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Age 60+: Get help from legal aid.
Under age 60: Find legal help or apply online.
Not from Connecticut? Find help in another state.

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Dial 2-1-1 or go to 211ct.org for help with services in your community.

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