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Many victims of domestic abuse are forced into financial dependence and even debt by their abuser, as another way for the abuser to exert power, control and entrapment. To help survivors help themselves, financial advocacy and economic empowerment services can include providing survivors with basic money management education, individual development savings accounts (IDAs) and other forms of economic justice.
In the list below, click a program's name or the More info link to view the services offered by each program and their contact information.
|Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence||More info|
|Siuslaw Outreach Services||More info|
|Canyon Crisis Center||More info|
|Bradley Angle||More info|
|Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization||More info|
|Russian Oregon Social Services (Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon)||More info|
|Volunteers of America - Home Free||More info|
|HAVEN From Domestic Violence||More info|
|Women's Crisis Support Team||More info|
|Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services||More info|
|YWCA of Greater Portland||More info|
|Klamath Tribal Administration - Social Services||More info|