A collection of resources for managing credit and debt, banking and budgeting, taxes, and financial education.
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A webinar on how abuse can affect a survivor’s ability to work, and the protections available in Washington State.
A summary report of the results of a survey of WSCADV member programs about wages, benefits, and other workplace practices.
A collection of resources of public benefits available, including cash assistance, food, and resources for people with disabilities.
A collection of resources for finding a job, understanding your rights at work, and helping employers support survivors.
A collection of resources on how to access identity documents, like your birth certificate or a passport, and how to keep your address confidential.
This printable poster outlines workplace protections for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
This document details how non-profit organizations can provide financial assistance to individuals.
Money has a lot to do with getting safe from domestic violence. Check out these resources to connect with financial assistance.
In Our Shoes: The Next Steps is a workbook that walks you through a six-step process to develop and sustain a community-based effort to advance economic security, especially for those affected by domestic violence.