Programs & Services
Our confidential services are offered free of charge to help you transform your life no matter your age, gender, race or socio-economic status. We can even help you find a place to house your pets while you escape your abuser.
We provide solutions to end domestic violence today and for future generations through empowerment, advocacy and innovative programs and services.
Remember: No matter what you call it - dating violence, spousal abuse, intimate partner violence, domestic abuse, violence against women, animal cruelty, domestic violence, elder abuse, family violence - abuse is never acceptable and never your fault!
Safehouse Services staff is working to end family violence so that you, your family, friends and co-workers never have to experience abuse.
Our focus is on primary prevention initiatives - creative programs and services that help you develop the skills to prevent abuse from ever occurring in your life:
Coordinated Community Response Team: staff, attorneys and representatives from Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, the Laramie County School District, local community organizations, Cheyenne Police Department, Laramie County Sheriff’s Office and Legal Aid collaborating on a comprehensive plan to prevail over domestic violence in our community.
Hands Are for Helping: an at-play program empowering kindergarten students and teachers to develop non-aggressive ways to deal with emotions
Expect Respect: a school-based program for middle and high school students promoting safe and healthy relationships while encouraging students to share what they learn with friends and family
'Gentle'men Against Domestic Violence®: helping boys and young men to evolve beyond macho stereotypes to develop self-respect and respect for others and then share what they've learned
Healthy Relationships: teens and adults exploring the components of healthy relationships to ensure their own relationships remain violence-free.
Domestic Violence Support Group meets on Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. at Safehouse Services, 1813 Carey Ave.
Children’s Group meets on Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. at Safehouse Services, 1813 Carey Ave. in conjunction with the Domestic Violence Support Group.
Community Awareness: bringing information and family violence solutions to the community through our Speaker's Bureau, news releases, seminars, special events, community activities and free presentations
All services are confidential and provided free of charge. For more information on programs designed to prevent family violence, please call 307-637-7233.
Advocacy & Support Programs: empowering children, adults, elders and special populations in transforming their lives.
Court & Legal Advocacy: advocates assist you with civil matters directly related to domestic violence.
Victims Services: Outreach staff working with the State's Attorney's Office to assist victims currently in the court system.
InVEST: advocates and law enforcement collaborating on cases of high-lethality (high risk for domestic violence homicide)
Elder Abuse Response Program --meeting the distinctive needs of abuse victims 50 years and older.
Direct Assistance: meeting basic needs so you can focus on personal empowerment and breaking the cycle of abuse
All services are confidential and provided free of charge. For more information on current programs designed to protect victims of domestic violence, please contact Safehouse Services at 307-637-7233.
You can prevail over the abuse in your life and help Safehouse Services Services change society's acceptance of violence in the home:
Transitional Housing Program: move towards self-sufficiency by developing real-world skills while under Safehouse Services's supportive wing in one of four THP cottages how do we describe ours) (must meet certain criteria to participate)
Healing Arts: heal from the past, live fully in the present and create a future free from abuse using art therapy, creative writing, drumming circles, yoga and other creative outlets
Safehouse Services's programs and services are all confidential and provided free of charge. For more information, please call 307-637-7233.
American Bar Association
Kirby & Cavanaugh, P.A.: 239.434.5454
Teen Dating/Healthy Relationships:
Give Respect, a project of the Family Violence Prevention Fund
Love Is Not Abuse/Liz Claiborne Inc.
The Safe Space, a project of Break the Cycle
National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline
Safehouse Services's confidential 24-hour crisis line: 307-637-7233
Toll Free Wyoming Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800.591-9159
Toll-Free National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800.799-7233
Children's Advocacy Center
Laramie County Sheriff's Office
Laramie County School District
Wyoming Department of Family Services
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
Wyoming & U.S. Networks:
Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Domestic Violence Hotline/Million Voices Campaign
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Center on Elder Abuse
National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Protecting Our Pets/Animal Cruelty is Domestic Violence:
American Humane's Pets and Women's Shelters (PAWS)® Program The Humane Society of the United States
The Humane Society of the United State's Online Directory of Safe Havens for Animals™ Programs
The Link Between Animal Cruelty and Domestic Violence
For Domestic Violence Shelters in Wyoming and the U.S.
International Directory of Domestic Violence Agencies
Cell Phone Drop Locations: call 307-637-7322.