Find shelter faster for survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence,

and sexual assault

The Safe Shelter Collaborative turns hours of searching for appropriate shelter into minutes

Your supporters can pay

for your client’s safe night.

The Safe Shelter Collaborative increases

the number of available beds and streamlines

the process for finding them.

"I just think it's fast."

Maria Betanzos

Women Aware

New Brunswick, NJ 

Attend monthly online

orientations and get your questions answered.

What agencies are saying

“I believe that this is an amazing tool that assists us in being more efficient when searching for emergency shelters in an already very difficult time for our clients.”


“If our shelter is full, we can still offer services by offering a hotel stay or finding space at another shelter.” 


“A transgender client was able to do one intake and find shelter. That was unheard of prior. With the training and the ease of the app our clients are not judged and accepted more openly.”


Use your skills, your connections, and your interest. Become an Ally.

Apply today to join the next

Safe Shelter Collaborative location

 The Safe Shelter Collaborative is currently free for qualified agencies. If you are a 501(c)(3) public charity, a tribal organization, or a government agency that provides support to survivors of human trafficking or domestic or sexual violence, you may be eligible to join the Safe Shelter Collaborative. All participating agencies complete a vetting process to verify that they provide sheltering services. If you aren't quite ready to apply and have questions for us, please get in touch.





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Thank you to the people and organizations that have contributed subject matter expertise, technical assistance, and funding. We're so glad you're a part of the Collaborative!

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