SAFE Project is a nonprofit in Albany County, Wyoming, that supports survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and family violence. Speak with an advocate at any time by calling our 24-hour Hotline at (307) 745-3556.

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services offered

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Emergency

  • 24-hour Hotline

  • Emergency shelter (with pet sheltering)

  • Food, toiletries, household supplies

  • Child and baby items

  • Limited clothing & winter accessories

  • Emergency transportation

  • Bus tickets

  • Emergency financial aid (rent, utilities, gift cards, gas, etc.)

  • Crisis counseling & safety planning

Safety

  • Lock changes

  • Info packets

  • Adult and/or child safety plan

  • Cell phone and/or service

  • Online safety

  • Help in understanding, completing, and filing Domestic Violence Protection Orders, Stalking Protection Orders, and Sexual Assault Protection Orders

  • Private PO Box

Legal 

  • Support with law enforcement/reporting

  • Attorney referrals

  • Victim’s compensation

  • Obtaining police report

  • Court accompaniment

  • Police accompaniment

  • Financial aid for attorney fees

(Please know advocates cannot provide legal advice.)

Physical/Mental Health

  • Financial assistance for prescriptions

  • Suicide evaluation

  • Strangulation checkup

  • Addiction support

  • Nutrition support

  • Support groups

  • Medical accompaniment

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Children

  • Child safety planning

  • Kids toys, strollers, car seats, bottles, diapers, blankets, books

  • Short-term child care

  • Counseling referrals

  • Prevention education for all ages

Sustainability

  • Rent and utility aid

  • Household items

  • Financial empowerment

  • Job hunting/training referrals and assistance

  • Relocation

  • Education assistance

  • Financial aid

  • Computer and printer/copier use

  • Fee assistance for important documents

Prevention & Outreach

  • Prevention education and services

  • Presentations in the community for students, children of all ages, teens, adults, organizations, businesses, and more

  • Awareness events

  • Candlelight vigil every October for domestic violence homicide victims

  • Learn more by visiting our pages for Prevention and Events

Campus

  • Information and accompaniment with University of Wyoming, Laramie County Community College, and WyoTech processes/investigation

  • Title IX information

  • Academic support– working with faculty

  • Mental health & community resource  referrals  

  • Campus and community education

  • On-campus referrals 

  • On-campus resource information

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Not sure if our services are right for you? Call the Hotline at (307) 745-3556 and talk to an advocate at any time of day.