YWCA and ADWAS to offer a FREE personal financial workshop series


Hope and Power Financial Education


The YWCA and ADWAS are very excited to announce 10-week of financial education classes, Hope and Power for Your Personal Finances.  We will be offering the FREE financial classes for Deaf and DeafBlind victims/survivors of domestic violence in a confidential location in Seattle.  The series date is from September 17th to November 19th on Thursdays from 5 pm to 8:30 pm. 

Childcare and dinner will be provided on site and transportation assistance is available (gas cards or bus tickets). 

You don’t need to be currently receiving services at ADWAS



During the ten weeks, will get support while learning more about:

  • Financial Abuse and Safety Planning
  • Setting and Meeting Financial Goals
  • Basic Banking / Checking Accounts
  • Budgeting Your Money
  • How to Save on a Limited Income
  • How to Get and Read your Credit Report
  • Improving Your Credit and Dealing with Debt
  • Federal Income Taxes/EITC
  • Financial Aid for School
  • Starting your own Small Business
  • Getting a Job
  • Domestic Violence Legal Protections
  • Finding a Place to Live
  • Tenants’ Rights
  • Protecting yourself with Insurance

And much, much more….

To register, survivors can contact Libby Stanley at 206-922-7091 or libby@adwas.org