Financial Information for Survivors / Economic Abuse
(Related page: Grants, Scholarships and Loans for Individuals.)
America Saves Week – during America Saves Week, individuals will be encouraged and assisted to assess their savings progress and take action to advance this progress. This encouragement and assistance will be provided by organizations and professionals with an interest in improving the financial security of individuals and families, Washington, DC.
Building Opportunities for Survivors' Success (BOSS), the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence – is a targeted regional initiative launched with support from the Allstate Foundation. The BOSS Program will help service providers support domestic violence survivors in achieving the financial stability necessary to keep their families safe, Sacramento, CA.
Click To Empower – a comprehensive initiative of the Allstate Foundation with the National Network to End Domestic Violence to provide support to victims of domestic violence. The program focuses on providing knowledge and skills – particularly those related to financial security and economic empowerment – to support survivors of domestic violence. Through the Domestic Violence Program, the Allstate Foundation is committed to targeting long-term resources to ending domestic violence. The program will provide a comprehensive network of services for domestic violence survivors and advocates, including: direct services, thought leadership, and public awareness, Northbrook, IL.
Consumer Rights for Domestic Violence Survivors Initiative, Center for Survivor Agency and Justice – a national project that seeks to enhance consumer rights for domestic violence survivors by building the capacity of and building collaborative partnerships between domestic violence and consumer lawyers and advocates, Chevy Chase, MD.
Domestic Violence Survivors, a joint initiative of the National Consumer Law Center, Boston, MA, the National Association of Consumer Advocates, Washington, DC, and the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice,Chevy Chase, MD – resources and information on a variety of financial issues.
Helping Domestic Violence Survivors Build Assets, Assets for Independence Resource Center – your one-stop source for information on the Assets for Independence program and Individual Development Accounts (IDAs). Here you can quickly learn about the AFI program and IDAs, how to apply for an AFI grant, and how to administer an AFI project, Washington, DC.
Money Smart – A Financial Education Program, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families, and entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to increase savings, buy homes, and improve their financial health and well-being. The Money Smart curriculum helps individuals build financial knowledge, develop financial confidence, and use banking services effectively, Washington, DC.
MyMoney.Gov – this website is brought to you by 22 Federal entities that work on improving financial literacy and education. It is a central place for unbiased, reliable information and materials on financial topics of interest to you, Washington, DC. 1-888-MyMoney
SaveAndInvest.org – a project of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, is a free, unbiased resource dedicated to your financial health. Through easy-to-use tools and resources, SaveAndInvest.org helps you make informed financial decisions ~ and arms you with the information you need to protect yourself from investment fraud, Washington, DC.
Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment – to equip survivors of domestic violence with the appropriate financial tools and resources needed to enable women to leave or recover from the economic portion of domestic violence, Detroit, MI.