'Safe at Home' Program Highlighted for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander is highlighting the office’s ‘Safe at Home’ program.
The address confidentiality program helps to support victims of sexual and domestic violence, and stalking by concealing their address from public information, and acting as a forwarding service.
“I’m glad we can offer this as a service to survivors and that it can be a useful tool if a family needs assistance to move forward and protect themselves,” Kander said “We just want to help people feel safe from any other further abuse or assault.”
For more information on the ‘Safe at Home’ program, visit www.sos.mo.gov/safeathome
For more information on Sexual Assault Awareness Month, visit www.nsvrc.org/saam/sexual-assault-awareness-month-home