Iowa is one of 37 states with a confidential address program, and one of 37 states with some kind of address protection. Here you can find a directory of other states and their respective programs.
The state of Iowa also has many agencies to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, trafficking, and violent crimes. If you are a victim of any of these offenses, contact the following agencies:
Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence: (515) 244-8028
-Or- find the nearest agency at www.icadv.org/#!services-in-iowa/cktc
- Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (515) 244-7424
-Or- find the nearest agency at http://www.iowacasa.org/#!ia-sa-programs/cpvl
- Iowa Attorney General Crime Victims Unit (515) 281-5044
- Iowa Victim Service Call Center: 1-800-770-1650 or text IOWAHELP to 20121
- Iowa Legal Aid: 1-800-532-1275
-Or- find the nearest office at http://www.iowalegalaid.org
Application Assistants help potential participants apply for the Safe at Home program. The Safe at Home program uses individuals throughout the state to help with this process. Individuals involved in victim services, hospitals, law enforcement, schools, and other areas that may encounter victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, stalking, trafficking, and violent crimes are encouraged to receive Application Assistant training. A prospective Safe at Home participant does not need to use an Application Assistant in order to sign up for the Safe at Home program. However, as Safe at Home is only one piece of a safety plan, we recommend individuals utilize Application Assistants to learn how to maximize the program to their advantage.