Research summary of domestic violence homicide victims accessing public benefits prior to their death.
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What advocates need to know to help survivors pursue (or not) child support safely.
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 accessing health insurance and health care.
A collection of resources of public benefits available, including cash assistance, food, and resources for people with disabilities.
What survivors need to know about how personal information is handled at the welfare office.
This webinar is for home visitors who are supporting families experiencing domestic violence and receiving public benefits. Learn about the policies in place and the range of options available.
This fact sheet explains how providing financial assistance to a survivor receiving public benefits can impact their eligibility.
An information session about DSHS’s Family Violence Time Limit Extension policy.
Training about DSHS’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) sanction policy as it applies to those experiencing abuse