The Kentucky Safe at Home Program is an address confidentiality program that helps survivors of certain crimes, including sexual assault, domestic violence, trafficking, stalking and other crimes safely hide their address on public records including voter rolls.
Safe at Home has three main functions:
Address substitution: Participants use the Secretary of State's address on all public records in lieu of their own. Their address is masked on all local and state public records.
Mail forwarding: The Secretary of State's Office forwards mail to the participant's confidential address.
Voter Registration: Participants can safely exercise their right to vote by having their address hidden on publicly available voter records. Participants are eligible to vote via mail-in absentee ballot.