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Building the Capacity of Human Service Providers to Deliver Financial Literacy to Domestic Violence Survivors

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The author outlines the need to incorporate economic abuse, financial literacy, and asset building into all aspects of direct services, and policy and research agendas.
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May 2011

Facilitating Savings and Asset Ownership among Domestic Violence Survivors

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This paper provides an overview of the importance of savings and asset accumulation for survivors, and details surveys of survivors participating in IDA programs.
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Understanding Financial Literacy for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

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This brief describes the connection between intimate partner violence and economic instability, and details various efforts to increase financial literacy for survivors. Results from surveys with program participants are included, as well as key terms.
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Effects of Mandatory Financial Education on Low-income Clients

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Many public policies mandate financial education for low-income people, but little research has documented the impact of these mandates on credit behavior. This paper summarizes an evaluation of mandated financial education for clients in a housing voucher program.