Economic Empowerment of Survivors
This project builds upon the previous evaluation conducted by the Center on Violence Against Women & Children (VAWC) at Rutgers University, School of Social Work to accomplish a multi-year experimental, longitudinal design to determine the impact of the Moving Ahead through Financial Management curriculum with survivors of violence. Survivors were assigned to either an experimental group (receiving advocacy services and the curriculum during group and individual sessions) or a control group (receiving advocacy services only). All survivors, recruited on an ongoing basis from 14 domestic violence organizations from 7 states and Puerto Rico, were interviewed four times over a 14 month period.
For more information about this project:
- Executive Summary
- Final Report
- Advocate Report
- Final Report - Immigrant Latinas
- What is Economic Abuse Factsheet
- What is the Impact of Economic Abuse Factsheet
- Action Plan for Practitioners and Advocates Factsheet
This project was supported by The Allstate Foundation, Economics Against Abuse Program. Points of view in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of The Allstate Foundation.