For many survivors, options for safety are out of reach. Nearly all survivors experience economic abuse, and those in poverty, people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQ+ are twice as likely to experience domestic violence. CSAJ works to ensure all have equal access to safety.
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Here are some highlights of our projects and work. Click the links below to learn more or to contact us for training or to partner on economic justice initiatives.
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CSAJ develops and shares resources to support individual attorneys, advocates, and organizations and to inform systems and policy change. Check out our one-of-a-kind Resource Library, which includes everything from training guides, advocacy tools, organizational best-practices, factsheets, and research reports, to public comments and testimony on a range of economic advocacy issues.
Instructions for use: We recommend saving the zip file to your computer and using Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader…
This guide gives an overview of a 2022 listening session where advocates worked with Latinx immigrant survivors, including recommendations…
A series of worksheets that are quick guides to key consumer advocacy practices – for individual advocates and attorneys…
In their our words
We share survivors’ economic realities, embolden advocates’ work, and promote strategies with an impact.