About PA Safe Law
Victims of domestic violence and other crimes in Pennsylvania can access a network of experienced licensed attorneys for free and credible legal information, resources, and referrals for help navigating a variety of civil legal matters including domestic and sexual violence, divorce, custody, immigration, and more. PA Safe Law provides legal information but does not represent clients.
Brought to you by PCADV
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) is a statewide collaborative membership organization committed to ending intimate partner violence and all forms of violence against women.
Founded in 1976, PCADV is the oldest statewide domestic violence coalition in the nation. Each year, its network of 59 local domestic violence programs provide free and confidential direct services to nearly 90,000 victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children in all 67 counties of the Commonwealth. Together, local programs and the statewide Coalition work in collaboration to deliver a continuum of services, support, and systems to help victims and survivors find safety, obtain justice, and build lives free of abuse.
Learn more at PCADV.org.
We’re pleased to partner with several statewide organizations. Those seeking assistance through PA Safe Law may be referred to one our partner organizations for representation, additional expert information, and resources.
Founded in 1975, PCAR works to end sexual violence and advocates for the rights and needs of sexual assault victims.
The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) works to provide access to justice for vulnerable immigrants in detention and in the community through legal services, education and advocacy.
The Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network is a statewide consortium of independent legal aid programs. We coordinate the delivery of civil legal assistance to the Pennsylvanians who need it most.