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Trained, supportive advocates are available now. Please call 733-SAFE(7233) if you would like to talk.


Information and support is available at CSN, in our community, and online.

Safety Plan

Get a sample safety plan HERE.

Support Groups

Community Safety Network offers free drop in support groups for domestic violence survivors and adult survivors of sexual abuse. Child care is provided. We also assist in setting up one on one counseling sessions with a therapist. Call CSN at 733-3711 for dates and times.

Message Center

Community Safety Network has established a confidential Message Center. By using the message center instead of an email address, electronic communication with CSN advocates is housed with CSN, and not in a personal computer's Outlook or other email software. This also may be appropriate if the email account you use belongs to an employer or shared computer.

In order to use this free and confidential service, simply call Community Safety Network's office at 733-3711 to be assigned a user name and password.

Internet Safety

Community Safety Network has compiled information and tips on how to safely use the internet on our CSN Internet Safety Page to help you learn how to protect yourself from abuse as a result of internet activity. This section will teach you how to cover your internet tracks, erase your browser history, and use good internet practices.

Local Resources

Teton County has many services available that may be helpful to someone who has experienced abuse. See the CSN Local Resources Page for a list of these providers.


There are many other websites and sources devoted to helping victims of abuse. Community Safety Network has put together a list of links on our CSN Links Page to some of these resources to make it easy for you to get information, services, and learn more about the dynamics of abuse.