SafeHouse Center
24/7 HelpLine: 734-995-5444
If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
Linea de Apoyo de 24 horas: 734-995-5444
Si esta en grave peligro, llame a 911.

In light of Governor Whitmer's policy announced on 3-23-20, SafeHouse Center has developed a modified plan for our services but remain committed to helping survivors. Calls are answered 24 hours at 734-995-5444.

For more details about our current status, click here.

Updates on COVID-19
Please visit our response page with current information about our programming, services, and ways to help. Thank you.
SHC SPEAKS OUT: Home isn't safe for everyone.
In every community, COVID-19 poses additional threats for survivors of domestic violence.
Drop-Off Donations
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have paused our drop-off donation program until further notice. We are still accepting in-kind gifts purchased online through our AmazonSmile wishlist or other retailers and shipped directly to our shelter.

Building communities free of domestic violence and sexual assault.

SafeHouse Center provides support for those impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault. SafeHouse provides free and confidential services for any person victimized that lives or works in Washtenaw County. Our services include emergency shelter for those in danger of being hurt or killed, counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, and especially, hope.

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NOTE: Based on concerns raised by stakeholders, SafeHouse Center believes it is important to address the following. Currently, there is a candidate running for the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s office, who has indicated that he has met with or otherwise has SafeHouse Center’s support. SafeHouse Center has not met with this candidate to discuss his candidacy. Moreover, SafeHouse Center is a 501(c)(3) and cannot support or oppose any candidate for elective public office. As such, any insinuation that SafeHouse supports or endorses any campaign is false.

Around the world, 1 out of 3 women have been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during their lifetime. - AMA, Vol. 286, No. 5, 2001