REDDING, Calif. -

The Shasta County organization that provides recovery services to survivors of domestic abuse has received approval to build a new shelter for clients.

One Safe Place received approval from the Redding Planning Commission Department, according to Executive Director, Jean King.

King told KRCR News Channel 7, "One Safe Place will finally have one safe place."

The non-profit is not disclosing the location of the new building for respect and safety of its clients.

The new building will be dedicated to the Shingletown family that was murdered in May of 2013.

Sandy, Shelby, and Shasta Miller were found murdered on May 7th, 2013.

Investigators with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office said Sandy's husband, Shane murdered the three and hasn't been seen since.

Shane Miller remains at large and is on the FBI's most wanted list.

"Her {Sandy's} death will make a difference. And she will help hundreds of other victims of domestic violence and domestic homicides," said King.