The Address Confidentiality Program continues to provide essential services with participant communication, mail forwarding, and stakeholder communication as their top priority. https://azsos.gov/services/acp
Road to Rights continues to provide essential services to victims and survivors of sex trafficking, including community partners who work with sex trafficking survivors. https://azsos.gov/services/roadtorights
El Programa de Confidencialidad de Direcciones continues to provide essential services with participant communication, mail forwarding, and stakeholder communication as their top priority. https://azsos.gov/services/acp
Road to Rights continuara a proporcionar servicios esenciales para victimas y sobrevivientes de la trata sexual. Esto incluye las parejas comunitarias que trabajan con sobrevivientes de tráfico sexual. https://azsos.gov/services/roadtorights
Any participant, if eligible, may register or re-register to vote as an ACP Protected Voter.
ACP protected voters can participate in national, state, and local elections without endangering the confidentiality of their real address. By registering as an ACP protected voter, this ensures that a program participant’s real address will not appear on any public registered voter lists that may be made public. The security of this process is similar to the process afforded police and judges.
Participants should only register to vote through the ACP process.
Participants are strongly encouraged not to register to vote through any other process other than through the ACP. By law, MVD, DES, and other social service agencies must ask everyone if they want to register to vote. Participants who register outside of the ACP process will be required to provide her/his real address and staff cannot guarantee the protection of the record.