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Moving Ahead: Allstate Financial Empowerment Curriculum
Moving Ahead: Financial Empowerment Curriculum
In collaboration with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) the Allstate Foundation developed the “Economics Against Abuse” curriculum to empowerment survivors concerned about sustainability . It includes financial tools and information that enable survivors of domestic abuse to (1) fully understand their financial circumstances, and (2) engage in short-term and long-term planning to accomplish their personal goals.
The curriculum provides:
- Ways to locate and access local, state and national personal safety and financial resources;
- Information on how to protect personal and financial safety in-crisis and post-crisis;
- Strategies for dealing with the misuse of financial records;
- Tools to help people of all incomes and earning power work toward long-term economic empowerment.
Module One: Understanding Financial Abuse
Module Two: Learning Financial Fundamentals
Module Three: Mastering Credit Basics
Module Four: Building Financial Foundations
Module Five: Creating Budgeting Strategies
Get the full curriculum in PDF format including trainer's guides in English and Spanish.
Allstate employees and agents partner with domestic abuse advocates to train local service providers to utilize the curriculum.