Coordinating efforts to give people associated with the practice of polygamy equal access to justice, safety and services.
Safety Net exists to assist people associated with the practice of polygamy, whether you’re an active polygamist or exiting polygamist. Although, for many people, this is a very divisive issue, Safety Net maintains a neutral stance. It is not our job to coerce you, change your mind or your beliefs. It is our job to assist where we can. Please use this site to gain important information about resources available in the community to meet physical, emotional and educational needs. Feel free to contact a member of the Safety Net staff for more information.
Asking for help can be
scary and for most of us, we are taught to be strong and take care of
everything ourselves. We want to assure
you that there is help for you! Our
services are 100% confidential and your safety and well-being is our first
priority. Safety Net can assist with
some services directly and have created partnerships with community resources
for others. There are links on this site
to many of those resources that you can access directly. As always, contact a Safety Net staff member
with any question you might have.
We are in need of Host Homes (short term housing placement) for children, adults and families leaving Polygamist Communities. Please Contact Jenny Frey below for more information. A Support group for women who have left
polygamy is up and running, twice a month on Thursdays at 6:30, 2020 Lake Street, contact Shelli
for more info – email@example.com or 435.313.0034
Upcoming Meetings: Please join us for our open monthly meetings!
**All Safety Net Meetings
are open public meetings and will be held at 9:00 am. Open phone line call in numbers: Salt Lake City: (605) 475-6700 Mojave Community College: (928) 875-2799 X8216
Dates and Locations of Upcoming Meetings: March 06, 2014 Salt Lake City, UT- DWS
Building, 1385 S. State Street
April 03, 2014 Colorado City, AZ- Mojave
May 01, 2014 Salt Lake City, UT- DWS Building, 1385 S. State Street