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The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is a free mail forwarding service to help survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking protect their physical address information. Participants in the program are provided with a substitute address to be used in place of the address where they live. The substitute address will meet the address requirements for most state and local government agencies.
Welcome to the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP). The ACP is administered by the Secretary of State and provides an important service to residents of the State of Maine who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.
The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is a cost-free State program that allows victims of domestic violence to shield their actual address. Participants are assigned a substitute address which they will use for receipt of all first-class, registered and certified mail. The Secretary of State will also accept service of process on behalf of ACP participants. Participants' mail will then be re-packaged and mailed to their actual or mailing addresses.
To be eligible for the program, you must move or be in the process of moving to a new address and sign a statement that you fear for your safety or the safety of your children. For more information about the Address Confidentiality Program, read our brochure or contact the program manager by email or by phone at (919) 716-6785. Become An Application Assistant Our office has trained more than 400 individuals to help enroll victims in the Address Confidentiality Program.
The Arizona Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is a program that helps victims of domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking from being located by the perpetrator through public records. The program provides a substitute address and confidential mail forwarding services to individuals and families across Arizona.
Since 1991, the goal of the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) has been to help crime victims stay safe. The ACP is designed to prevent offenders from using the state’s public records to locate their victims and cause further harm. The ACP is available to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, and/or stalking, and certain criminal justice employees who have been targets of threats or harassment on the job or due to the job.
Address Confidentiality Programs Address Confidentiality Programs were created to protect victims of stalking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes from offenders who use public records, such as voter or drivers' license registries, to locate them. These programs give victims a legal substitute address (usually a post office box) to use in place of their physical address; this address can be used whenever an address is required by public agencies.