programs

Emergency shelter

  • 24-hour local hotline

  • Emergency shelter and food (pets may be sheltered with owners)

  • Cell phones with minutes

  • Emergency transportation

  • Crisis intervention

  • Safety planning

  • Hospital/sexual assault exam information, support, resources and clothing

  • Community resource referrals

  • Advocate on the University of Wyoming campus

support services

  • Help arranging a civil standby (law enforcement stands by to "keep the peace" while you get your belongings from a shared residence)

  • Assistance with completing and filing the following:

    • Domestic Violence Protection Orders

    • Stalking Protection Orders

    • Sexual Assault Protection Orders

    • Help with victim compensation

  • Help with victim compensation

  • Accompaniment to the police department, courthouse, or other locations to file reports

  • Court accompaniment and support

  • Budgeting/financial education

Mental health services

  • Professional counseling services for individuals of all genders, families, couples, and groups.

    • Individual counseling for adults and adolescents.
  • SAFE Project provides the following therapuetic techniques:

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy​

    • Solution-Focused Therapy

    • Narrative Therapy

    • Systemic Therapy

    • Experiential Therapy

financial assistance

  • Gift cards for groceries, diapers and other essentials

  • Gas cards

  • Rent, deposit and utility assistance

  • Lock changes and new keys

  • Document replacement fees (i.e. driver’s license, birth certificate, social security card)

  • Vehicle repair

  • Bus tickets and help with relocation

  • Limited aid for low-cost legal services

Free and Confidential Services

prevention & outreach

  • Prevention education and services

    • presentations in the community for students, children, teens, adults, organizations, etc.

  • Awareness events

  • Candlelight vigil every October for domestic violence homicide victims

  • Learn more by visiting our pages for Prevention and Events

All of our services are free and confidential. We do not discriminate for access to services on the basis of real or perceived race/ethnicity, language, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, social class, economic status, education, marital status, religious affiliation, residency, HIV status, sexual preference, or national origin.

 

SAFE Project is sponsored by the Office of the Attorney General, Division of Victim Services

307-742-7273

319 South Lincoln St.
Laramie, WY 82070

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