For 32 years, SAFEHOME has been saving lives. Since its incorporation as a not-for-profit agency in 1980, SAFEHOME has grown from a network of “safe homes” in the community to a 45-bed shelter and comprehensive service provider for victims of domestic violence. Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline; safe shelter; transitional living; counseling and support groups for women and children; child care; bilingual advocacy, counseling and support; substance abuse assessment; Johnson County District Court and hospital advocacy; civil legal assistance; and school and community education programs. All services are free and confidential. In 2011, SAFEHOME assisted more than 6,900 survivors of domestic violence. For more information, visit www.safehome-ks.org.
913-432-9300 (administrative line), 913-262-2868 (hotline)