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Can you spot
financial abuse?

This summer, we're partnering with artists in cities across the country to make the invisible weapon of financial abuse visible to all.

Learn more about this project

Help educate others about domestic violence.

Through education, survivors can take a step in the right direction. By teaching others to recognize the signs of domestic and financial abuse and how to move towards personal and financial security, you can help change lives. From empowering survivors financially, in their career or during college, this curriculum can help you make a difference.

What's the difference between trainers and advocates?

Trainers provide informal guidance for survivors, while advocates have undergone formal instruction (varies by state) on working with those who have experienced abuse. The following resources are intended to help trainers better support those in need.

Find advocate classes through your state coalition:
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