This printable poster outlines workplace protections for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
This fact sheet explains how providing financial assistance to a survivor receiving public benefits can impact their eligibility.
An online info session about how to use the Family Violence Service Plan tool to help create a Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) plan that works for survivors.
An online info session about DSHS’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) sanction policy as it applies to those experiencing abuse.
An online info session about DSHS’s Family Violence Time Limit Extension policy—What it is, how survivors can access it, and the procedures that DSHS staff must follow.
Federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding is becoming available for improving staff wages, benefits, and basic FTE’s for domestic violence, sexual assault, and crime victims’ programs that are currently contracted with OCVA and DSHS. Discover tips on thinking through your plan to improve employee pay and benefits, working with your board or tribal council, […]
In this webinar, WSCADV is joined by Division of Child Support Staff to cover what DV advocates need to know in order to help survivors pursue (or not) child support safely.
Domestic violence survivors can apply for health insurance through their state’s health exchange at any time, even outside the open enrollment period.
A 2015 survey of WSCADV Member Programs about wages, benefits, and other workplace practices.
A 2011 survey of WSCADV Member Programs about wages, benefits, and other workplace practices.