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About the Program


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The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is a state sponsored program that offers a layer of protection in a victims overall safety plan by providing a designated address to use whenever their home, work or school address is required.

The program allows participants to use the designated address whenever they obtain state and local government services (a driver's license, food stamps, Medicaid, car registration etc.). Participants can also use the designated address for other first class mail which may include utility bills, bank statements, etc.

ACP allows both state and local agencies to contribute to the safety of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking victims by denying abusers the opportunity to use public records as a means to violate the rights of others.