Confidential Shelter Program
Leaving an abusive relationship can be very dangerous. Even if an abuser has not been physically violent in the past, they may become violent when their partner tries to leave. An abuser may have ways of tracking their partner's location, and may engage in stalking or other controlling behaviors after their partner has left.
If you are trying to leave an abusive relationship, and you are concerned for your safety, you may be eligible for our shelter program.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does the shelter program accept men or people who identify as transgender?
- Our program assists survivors of every gender identity
Can I bring my pets?
- Unfortunately, our shelter program does not allow pets, however, our advocates may be able to help find alternative arrangements for your animals.
What if I want to go back to my relationship?
- We completely understand! Advocates work with you to safety plan and we will continue to support you and offer any of our services that you may need in the future.
To inquire about the shelter program, call the 24-hour support line at
If you reach our voicemail, please leave your name, number, and whether it is safe to call you back and for us to leave a voicemail. Expect a call back from a restricted number.
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Skagit Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services