SAFE Project serves those who are affected by stalking, intimate partner, family or sexual violence. Emergency services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter (pets may be sheltered with owners), cell phone with minutes, emergency transportation, crisis intervention, safety planning, hospital/sexual assault exam information, support, resources and clothing, community resource referrals, and an advocate on the University of Wyoming campus. Support services include: help arranging a civil standby (law enforcement stands by to “keep the peace” while the survivor gathers belongings from a shared residence), assistance with completing and filing the following: domestic violence protection orders, stalking protection orders, and sexual assault protection orders, help with victim compensation, accompaniment to the police department, courthouse, or other locations to file reports, court accompaniment and support, and budgeting/financial education. Financial assistance includes: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 car), vehicle repair, bus tickets and help with relocation, and limited aid for low-cost legal services. SAFE Project serves Albany County.
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Maliseet Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy Center
Maliseet Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy Center provides services to Native women who are or have been victims of domestic and/or sexual violence. Services include: confidential support, crisis intervention, safety planning, emergency shelter, support group, hospital accompaniment, court advocacy, assistance in filing for Orders of Protection from Abuse, divorce and parental rights/custody, legal assistance, information and referrals, domestic violence and sexual assault education and training.