Sublette County Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFV) Task Force provides refuge, assistance, and support to individuals affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
SAFV is committed to ending violence through prevention
From: Robin Clover
Executive Director SAFV
Our primary commitment is to the health and safety of survivors of stalking, dating violence, and domestic and sexual violence and their families. That has not and will not change during this pandemic. However, The Sublette County SAFV Task Force is making changes in response due to the pandemic of COVID-19. We know all of you are also making changes and working to protect your families and communities.
The people with whom we work, our staff, their families, and our partners, include those who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19. We want you to know that effective immediately, SAFV has implemented the following changes in response to services due to the pandemic of COVID-19:
Our offices are now open to the public, but staff remains limited. There will be one staff person in the Pinedale office, Monday-Friday, from 9am-5pm. One staff person will be in the Big Piney office, Tuesday-Friday, from 10am-5pm.
If you need to come into the office, you will be required to wear a face mask and comply with other COVID 19 requirements as outlined by staff when you arrive.
If you are feeling ill, please call the office before you come in.
We have cancelled or postponed in-person trainings, site visits, and events scheduled through the end of May. We will continue to monitor the situation and make decisions on an ongoing basis. Please check this website and our Facebook page regularly for updates and information.
You can reach us through our main line at 307-367-6305, 307-276-3975 and via message through our website or Facebook. These phones will be covered during our normal office hours of 9:00-5:00.