Get an overview of our programs, their focus, and ways to engage and partner with us to meet the complex needs of domestic violence survivors who are living in poverty
What are 'consumer rights'? And why do they matter for survivors? Learn and find core resources and activities to build your consumer rights legal advocacy and partnerships
What costs do survivors face in accessing justice? Specifically for non-lawyer legal advocates, find trainings, resources, and help us build a network of "economic justice makers"
What is equity for survivors? What policy and system changes are needed? How can data fuel our advocacy? Access data, policy resources, and engage with us to advance survivor equity.
A three-part dashboard sharing state-level data of the equity landscape facing survivors, from who disproportionately experiences abuse to who has access to safety. Meant to inform and fuel systems advocacy.
How do/can you show up for racial equity within anti-violence work? Learn how racial and economic inequity impacts survivors, download tools and reports, and find ways to engage in equity
An Atlas – a paradigm-shifting guide – to help advocates and programs map, navigate & change the economic landscape facing survivors. Plus ways to implement in your community
CSAJ works with on-the-ground programs as pilot and demonstration sites to advance economic equity for survivors. Learn from past and current sites, and find out how to partner with us
As a national leader in economic advocacy for survivors, we develop and promote actionable research and engage partners in action for change.