A summary report of the results of a survey of WSCADV member programs about wages, benefits, and other workplace practices.
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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.
A collection of resources for managing credit and debt, banking and budgeting, taxes, and financial education.
A collection of resources of public benefits available, including cash assistance, food, and resources for people with disabilities.
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.
Research summary of economic barriers to safety domestic violence homicide victims faced in Washington State.