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Connecticut Safe at Home: A Confidential Address Program

Connecticut Safe at Home: A Confidential Address Program


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
1-888-568-8332 En Español

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence
24-hour toll-free hotline

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