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OIM: Economic Options for Victims of Family Violence

The Economic Options for Victims and Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence webinar will provide an overview of economic abuse, the connections between survivor safety and economic stability, and the importance of developing survivor-centered economic justice advocacy and programming. Participants will be introduced to state and federal economic related relief and options available to survivors including housing protections, the family violence option for TANF recipients, and financial literacy. This webinar will meet the new requirement for HHSC-funded family violence programs to provide training to new employees and direct service volunteers about economic options for victims of family violence.

Meets HHSC Rule Requirement §379.404. cont. (c) Direct service employees and their supervisors must also receive training on the following: 6) Economic options for victims of family violence;

Please note that certificates will be provided only to those individuals who registered and logged into the webinar online.

Molly Woodard
Policy Coordinator - TCFV
Molly Woodard is currently a Policy Coordinator for the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV). Molly provides technical assistance, support and trainings around economic stability, financial literacy, child support, housing, and immigration remedies. Formerly, Molly was a Family Violence Services Coordinator for TCFV for nearly 3 years. Molly joined TCFV from the Family Services Women and Children’s Shelter in Beaumont, Texas. She was with the organization for nearly 3 years as the Legal...More
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