Safety Planning and Resources
Whether or not the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) becomes a part of your safety plan, it is extremely important when and if you find yourself in a dangerous situation -- you need to have a safety plan. Here are some resources that will be very helpful to you when creating your personal, safety plan:
If you are in IMMEDIATE danger, please call 911 or contact your police department directly.
Tips for Safety Planning
This is not meant to substitute coming up with a safety plan with your local victim service provider.
Myths & Realities
These hotline numbers may provide you with confidential assistance nationwide 24 hours a day - 7 days a week:
Assistance for Safety Planning, Counseling or Relocation
Victim Service Providers by Pennsylvania County
A victim service provider who works in a domestic violence, sexual assault or victim service program can help determine if the ACP would be helpful as part of a victim’s overall safety plan. To find a victim service provider in your area, use this county resource list.
Or, contact our office at 1.800.563.6399.
If you are a crime victim or think you might be, the Pennsylvania Crime Victims
website can assist you in determining your rights as a crime victim.
If your perpetrator has a criminal conviction, these resources may be helpful:
is a nationwide website that assists you with finding a perpetrator's custody status.
Other State Links