I'm more than halfway through my YA sci-fi/fantasy dystopian novel. It involves an oppressive, prison-like government facility called -- you guessed it -- the Sanctuary. I cannot have this. I just read 2 posts about other people whose stories involve a Sanctuary, and it's the most cliche thing ever. All along I'd vaguely planned to just wait til I'm done and do a find-and-replace, but it's bugging me now and I have to do something about it. Need to change my title (and sig) too. And I don't just want to do a synonym. I'm sick of the trope where you call something an ironic lovey-dovey name...like the Sanctuary, Haven, Safehouse, Protection Center, or something too stereotypically clinical like the Facility. Also, the regime has multiple Sanctuaries that are connected and controlled by different people, so it's not just one building. Because of this, I have to pick something that could be universal to lots of centers, not something that's based on the physical appearance of this one building (like the Dome, the Gray Box or whatever else it looks like). Preferably something that can sound creepy and sinister, but not in a way that's too deliberate or intended. Any thoughts?