Your Safe Place will be closed on Friday, March 31, 2023 for César Chávez Day.
If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
What does Your Safe Place do?
Your Safe Place – A Family Justice Center provides confidential, comprehensive services to anyone who has experienced domestic violence, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, or sex trafficking. At Your Safe Place we provide supportive services in a judgment-free manner that empowers clients to become survivors and move forward with their lives.
Recognizing the extreme risk posed by abusers with guns, Your Safe Place also protects clients by obtaining Gun Violence Restraining Orders to remove firearms from dangerous situations before a tragedy occurs.
Who does Your Safe Place serve?
Your Safe Place provides free services to adults, seniors, children, and teens who have or are experiencing domestic violence, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, or sex trafficking regardless of age, gender, income, and immigration status.
Your Safe Place Mission
At Your Safe Place, survivors of domestic violence, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, and sex trafficking can seek justice, begin healing, and reclaim their lives.
To provide a safe space where each individual’s needs are met, clients feel validated, families are protected, and survivors can reclaim their lives.
To provide coordinated services in a manner that is:
Are you in an abusive relationship?
Are you ever afraid to go home?
Do you live in fear of your partner?
Do you feel like you are walking on eggshells in your relationship?
Has your partner threatened to harm you, your children, your pets, or someone you love?
Has your partner ever blamed you for their violent behavior?
Has your partner threatened you or your family members with a gun?
If you answered yes to any of these, please call Your Safe Place today: (619) 533-6000
Did You Know?
1 in 4 Women
1 in 9 Men
have been victims of severe intimate partner violence. Domestic violence occurs as frequently in same-sex relationships as it does in heterosexual relationships.
1 in 11 Female
1 in 14 Male
high school students report having experienced physical violence in a dating relationship.
The average age of coercion into sex trafficking in San Diego County is
16 years old
the illicit sex economy is San Diego's second largest underground economy.
As many as
are trafficked in San Diego every year.
The presence of a gun in a domestic violence situation increases the risk of homicide by
of all women killed by men are killed by intimate partners with guns.
of the mass shootings from 2014-2019 were linked to domestic violence.
Your Safe Place: 619-533-6000 (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
1122 Broadway, 2nd Floor, San Diego, CA 92101
If this is an Emergency, please call 911