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Address Confidentiality Program

The Texas Address Confidentiality Program is designed to help keep the residential addresses of victims of family violence, sexual assault and abuse, stalking, or trafficking of persons, confidential. The Address Confidentiality Program, administered by the Attorney General of Texas, provides a substitute post office box address and free mail forwarding service for participants.

This substitute address can be used as the participant's:

  1. Address on their driver license
  2. Voter and school registrations
  3. Most court and government documents

Applicants must meet with a local domestic violence shelter, sexual assault center, or law enforcement or prosecution staff member to discuss a safety plan and learn more about the enrollment process. After the application is approved, the participant will receive an authorization card with a substitute post office box address.

For more information about the Texas Address Confidentiality Program, please contact:

Mailing Address:

Office of the Attorney General
Address Confidentiality Program, MC-069
P.O. Box 12199
Austin, TX 78711-2199

Phone Number:

(512) 936-1750 (local) or (888) 832-2322


Change Address on Driver License

Participants of the Address Confidentiality Program who want to change the address on their driver license:

  1. Must apply in person at any driver license office
  2. Present their ACP authorization card
  3. Complete the Change of Address application
  4. Pay the required fee