WEAVE operates an emergency shelter program for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and their children. Victims can find safe and confidential temporary shelter. If you need assistance, please call our 24-hour support line at 916-920-2952.
WEAVE’s Safehouse Program provides a short term secure refuge for survivors of all survivors of domestic violence regardless of gender identity. At the Safehouse, survivors may access free services if they wish. All services are voluntary. Services include:
WEAVE provides limited transitional housing for survivors of domestic violence and sex trafficking.
Survivors of domestic violence who successfully complete one of WEAVE’s emergency shelter programs (Safehouse or Open House) may apply to the Transitional Housing program based on availability. Housing may be provided for a maximum of 24 months.
The communal Safehouse may not ideal for some survivors. This may include male or transgender survivors who seek greater privacy; those with medical needs or disabilities who require greater control over the living space; survivors who live near the Safehouse; and those with service animals or pets that must remain with them. Open House helps WEAVE serve these victims.