WEAVE’s Safehouse Program provides a short term stay for survivors of domestic violence regardless of gender identity. At the Safehouse, survivors may access free and voluntary services.
- Temporary Emergency Housing
- Emergency transportation and food
- Clothing and workforce development services
- Advocacy, assistance and referrals
- Individual and Group Counseling (Adults older than 18 & their Children)
- Crisis intervention and case management
- School advocacy for school age children
- Medical advocacy and mental health referrals
- Parenting and Support groups
- Children’s program with assessment and structured play group
- Legal Services information and referrals
- Accompaniment to court hearing, appointment and law enforcement interview
- Financial Empowerment Services
- Housing Education and referrals
- Holistic self- care services children and adults: music, art, yoga, crafts, among others
- Other important resources and community referrals
WEAVE is a member of the Sacramento County Continuum of Care. As a member, WEAVE enters data related to its services to help document the need for housing services for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness into the HMIS system. A copy of the HMIS Consumer Notice is made available through our website and to all clients served at our Safehouse program.
The Safehouse was constructed on land owned by WEAVE adjacent to the existing Safehouse. The 12,000 square foot facility tripled the size of the old Safehouse. It includes three residential wings featuring family suites for increased privacy. The new facility is capable of housing 80 adults and children – more than doubling our old capacity.