Link to WSCADV Member Programs by county. Many of these programs provide shelter services.
There are emergency domestic violence shelters across the country for survivors and their children. Some shelters are confidential, meaning the location is not advertised or posted so women in hiding are less likely to be found. Others are non-confidential where many community members may know its location. Shelters look like any other home or building. They blend into their community and are usually unrecognizable to those passing by.
What is the shelter experience like? Click here to tour a shelter
Shelters are staffed by trained, non-judgmental advocates that offer support, provide information, help you assess your immediate needs, and help you make informed choices.
How do I access a shelter if I am in danger?
Click on this external link for more information or you can call toll free 1-800-562-6025 (Both voice and TTY).
External link to services across the United States. You can also call them at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) from any phone without charge.
A publication for advocates to use in their work to help survivors access safe and affordable housing. This publication is for HOUSING AND HOMELESS SERVICE PROVIDERS and lets them know how important their role is in providing needed housing and how advocates can help.