Hiring a Financial Advocate!


The primary responsibility of the Financial Advocate is to assist individuals in assessing their financial position, identify financial goals and create a plan to address these goals. This includes conducting outreach to community organizations to recruit clients, and developing, implementing, and evaluating client-centered and trauma-sensitive direct services to clients. The Financial Advocate will empower and hold clients accountable to their financial decisions and actions, and focus on behavior change. They will also receive domestic violence advocate training and work closely with our domestic violence crisis services team to provide responsive services for survivors facing unique challenges maintaining economic success. This position reports directly to the Self-Sufficiency Programs Director.

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