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The following information is designed to help you to 1) better understand the employment rights of survivors who have criminal records and 2) offer tips and resources to survivors as they prepare for the job application and interview process, attend job interviews, and respond to a decision by a prospective employer.
In this training, faculty discussed the intersection of homelessness, affordable housing, and domestic violence.
Findings from a 2012 needs assessment on existing consumer rights advocacy the factors that shape professionals’ capacities to engage in these efforts.
An overview of potential considerations for domestic violence survivors when filing federal tax returns.
A webinar with Identify Theft Network on identity theft in the context of economic abuse and coercive control, including practical strategies.
Presentation slides for Fred Corbit’s webinar, “Prioritizing Debts of Survivors of Domestic Violence.”
A form letter that can be sent to debt collection agents to request they stop communications regarding an account.
This article urges attorneys and advocates for survivors to consider using civil protection orders as a tool for accessing economic justice.
Brochure for domestic violence survivors that includes guidelines for prioritizing debt.