Victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, or other crimes who fear for their safety (and the safety of those living in the same household as the victim) are able to use the Safe at Home program.
This program allows the victim, their minor children, and individuals residing with them to use a designated address. This address can be used on new records created by government agencies and the courts. Examples of new records which may be obtained using the Safe at Home program include:
Driver's license, non-driver's license and vehicle registration
Public school records
Social services records for food stamps, cash assistance, WIC and child support
Public library cards
City or county records
Law enforcement and court records
For more information, call the Christian County Health Department at 417-581-7285.