The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP), residing under the Division of Central Services (DCS), is a statewide program that provides survivors of domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking with two services: a legal substitute address for interacting with all state and local government agencies and a confidential mail forwarding service.
Prospective participants begin enrolling in the program by meeting with an Application Assistant. An Application Assistant is someone who provides “counseling, referral or other services” to survivors and has been trained and registered by the ACP. Application Assistants are the only people who can make a program referral. The Application Assistant assesses program eligibility, provides program information and education, and submits the enrollment forms to the ACP. A list of application assistants and enrolling agencies can be found on the ACP website under "Application Process" and "Application Center Locations".
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An applicant must be a survivor of actual or threatened sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking/harassment who fears for his or her safety, has evidence of the victimization, and has relocated within the past 90 days or is planning to relocate in the future.