We believe everyone should have access to money, housing, childcare, healthcare, and education so they can make decisions about their relationships without regard for the financial impact of those decisions. Our work includes:
- providing information and support to domestic violence advocates working within welfare offices;
- partnering with the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) to provide training and consultation on how public benefits and child support programs impact survivors;
- collaborating with our member programs, advocacy groups, and community stakeholders to foster fair employment practices and other social change efforts that create economic stability for survivors in Washington State; and
- providing information to survivors and advocates on economic issues like credit, debt, and financial education.
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