Address Confidentiality Program
Welcome to the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) home page! ACP is a program designed to enable state and local agencies to respond to requests for public records without disclosing the location of a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking by using an address designated by the Secretary of State as a substitute mailing address. This program prevents abusers or potential abusers from using public records as a resource to find their victims. The Address Confidentiality Program is not a crisis center or direct service agency, rather, it is a tool for victims of abuse to use as part of their overall safety plan.
Program specifications outlines the details of the program.
Participant eligibility will assist in determining if the Address Confidenitality Program should become a part of your overall safety plan.
Application assistant is the link to understanding the qualifications required to become an assistant and the role the assistant has in registering participants.
The Address Confidenitality Program is governed by West Virginia Code Chapter 48 Article 28A.
Access the applications for this program online or contact the office directly at 1-866-767-8683 and ask for the Address Confidentialty Program Administrator or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.