Address Confidentiality


Some crime victims want to keep their addresses secret.

The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is run by the Colorado Division of Central Services (DCS). Victims of domestic violence, sexual crimes, and/or stalking can get a legal substitute address through the program. This is an address victims can use for things such as their mail, driver’s license, and voter registration.

For more information on the ACP, click here.

Keeping an address secret is only one part of a safety plan. Click here for more information on safety planning.

If you or someone you know needs help on this topic,click here for some Denver-based and national organizations that may help you.

To see Colorado statutes on address confidentiality, click here.