Safe House – Domestic Violence Shelter

Safe House provides domestic violence intervention programs, using two different models in proving services: mobile and community –based advocacy and emergency shelter services. Safe House is committed to breaking the cycle of domestic violence by providing a safe haven for people and families to access when fleeing for their safety.

The goal of the program is to provide advocacy in the judicial system, psychoeducational services on domestic violence and safety planning, case management and supportive services to support independence and self-sufficiency. In its emergency shelter, Safe House Shelter provides a welcoming environment, adopting trauma-informed practices to encourage empowerment and healing.

Safe House also provides:

  • Advocacy services for court accompaniment and orders of protection
  • Case management services for support and self-sufficiency
  • Counseling services
  • Educational and activity groups
  • Nutritional services

The ultimate goal of Safe House is to help adults and families re-gain control and transform their lives, breaking the cycle of violence. Safe House has been empowering survivors of domestic violence since 1983.

How to participate:

For information, referrals, or services:

  • Local Hotline: (928) 782-0044
  • Crisis Hotline: 1-877-440-0550

Talk to a trained staff member regarding your needs. They will provide assistance. Bilingual (English/Spanish) staff are available.

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Locations Available:

    • Yuma

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