COVID-19 Updates: We offer in-person services by appointment and masks are encouraged onsite. We continue to offer remote services via telephone and zoom. Stay up to date with Safe Passage services and community resources by visiting our COVID-19 Updates page.
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We're Here for Everyone
Safe Passage advocates work towards safety, healing, and justice for our entire community. We are here for everyone who has experienced domestic violence or relationship abuse.
We know that domestic violence happens to people of all genders and sexual orientations. We are committed to the inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in all aspects of our services. Our support groups and individual counseling are open to people of all genders.
Safe Passage is here for children who have witnessed domestic violence or experienced abuse, and their supportive adults.
Through a partnership with the Hilltown Community Health Centers, Safe Passage meets survivors in the rural hilltowns of Hampshire and Hampden counties. We can come to you.
Se Habla Español. Safe Passage ofrece sus servicios en Inglés y Español, en nuestra oficina de Northampton y en localidades en nuestra comunidad.
We offer services in English and Spanish, at our office in Northampton and in locations throughout the community.
Survivors with disabilities
Our office is fully accessible to people with disabilities. Our counselor/advocates can help with medical and disability-related concerns.
Immigrants and refugees are welcome here. We will not ask for any documents. We will keep your story confidential. We can provide services in many languages. We're here to help.
Las personas inmigrantes y refugiados son bienvenidos a Safe Passage. No pedimos documentación. Sus historias son confidenciales. Proveemos servicios en varios idiomas. Estamos aqui para ayudarles.
At Safe Passage, we encourage everyone to get involved, to step up – to Say Something – to help prevent domestic and sexual violence.
But through our prevention initiative, Say Something, we do more than encourage: we provide information, tools, and opportunities to learn and practice skills. Find out more about Say Something and join us to learn how you can help prevent violence in our community today!