Self-Sufficiency and Safety: The Case for Onsite Domestic Violence Services at Employment Services Agencies
This report highlights some of the barriers to employment that many domestic violence survivors experience, service needs, and outcomes.
Addressing Domestic Violence as a Barrier to Work: Building Collaborations between Domestic Violence Service Providers and Employment Services Agencies
The report describes and recommends practices including collaboration, training, and screening/referral.
This research project sought to understand the obstacles women receiving welfare identified in their lives, as well as the strengths and resources they bring to their struggles for safety and solvency.
This study assesses the impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on labor force participation of welfare recipients and examines whether change in economic status affects violence levels.