Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)

Protecting Addresses for Victims

The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) is a free mail forwarding service. It helps survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or human trafficking shield their physical address.

Program participants are provided with a substitute address to use instead of their real address. Participants may use the substitute address for:

  • the delivery of first class, certified and registered mail.
  • obtaining an Oregon driver’s license or ID card.
  • receiving or paying child support.
  • applying for a marriage license.
  • enrolling dependents in public school.

Participation in the ACP by itself does not guarantee anyone’s safety. ACP staff do not provide threat-assessment or safety-planning and are not allowed to offer legal advice.

Apply With a Certified Application Assistant

To apply to the Address Confidentiality Program, you must work with a victim advocate who has been designated as an Application Assistant by the Attorney General. Find an Application Assistant near you.

Advocates who are interested in becoming a Certified Application Assistant may click here to access ACP Training.

Contact the ACP

ACP staff work with applicants and participants by phone, fax, email or regular mail. If you choose to write using the P.O. Box below, please include your contact information so we can reach you.

For more information, please refer to the frequently asked questions page or contact us at:

ACP
P.O. Box 1108
Salem, OR 97308

Phone: 503-373-1323
Toll-free (Oregon only): 1-888-559-9090
Fax: 503-373-1340

Email: ACP@doj.state.or.us