Victim Assistance Program of Summit County now offers Safe at Home Program assistance to victims of domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking, rape, or sexual battery by shielding their personal information from public record.
“Safe at Home” is an address confidentiality program created by Ohio House Bill 359 to help participants shield their address from public records. A victim or a member of a victim’s household may apply in person through Victim Assistance Program’s Certified Application Assistant. A parent or guardian may apply on behalf of a minor or ward; however, any other adult must visit an Application Assistant in person to apply.
This program is here to empower our community to restore lives impacted by crisis, violence and tragedy. The Agency provides 24-hour crisis intervention, advocacy and education to victims of crime and trauma and the professional community who serves this population.
To learn more about Victim Assistance Program’s services, and ways to get involved, visit victimassistanceprogram.org or call the 24-hour hotline at (330) 376-0040.