- Applicants must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, stalking or other crimes that make them fear for their safety.
- Applicants must provide a statement, with penalty of perjury, attesting to their need for the program.
- Co-applicants can be listed on the application if they reside with the enrolling survivor and their enrollment will contribute to the survivor's safety.
- Applicants must be a permanent or temporary resident of Kentucky.
- Reciprocity will be granted to individuals who are enrolled in address confidentiality programs in their home state.
How to Apply
1. Individuals must complete an application complete with a sworn statement, with perjury of penalty, of need for the program. Hard copies are available at the Secretary of State and county clerks' offices.
*Participants are eligible to use application assistants to aid with completing the application. Trained application assistants are available throughout the Commonwealth. Please note any assistance or counseling obtained from an application assistant is not legal advice.
2. Application must be submitted to the Secretary of State's Office for approval. Applications can be sent online to
KACP@ky.gov or by mail at: Safe at Home Program, c/o Office of the Secretary of State, 700 Capital Ave Suite 152, Frankfort, KY 40601.
3. Once an applicant is approved, they will be notified by the Safe at Home coordinator and receive an enrollment package and participant card.
4. Certification is valid for four years. Participants will be contacted prior to the date of expiration. A renewal form must be completed to remain in the program.