Bradley Angle’s Economic Empowerment Program helps survivors rebuild their financial security. Our services include:

Job Seekers Program For Survivors

Looking for a job but don’t know where to start? Our Job Seekers Program offers one-day classes that help survivors write a resume, practice interviewing skills, negotiate a starting salary, and integrate safety into the workplace. We also host job fairs, where survivors can meet local employers in a small setting. Check out our workshops calendar [hyperlink to workshops] for more information.

Making Cent$

Want to improve your credit, qualify for a car loan, feel financially secure, or figure out those student loans? Making Cent$, is a financial education group with safety in mind. This service is free, and food and childcare are provided. Survivors who attend all sessions receive $50 in cash.

Education and Self-Sufficiency Matched Savings

Need help to go back to school, get to work, or secure childcare? Bradley Angle’s matched savings program will match every dollar you save up to $500, leaving you with $1,000 to use towards a goal. Complete Making Cent$ and work with an advocate to get to your goal twice as fast.

Education Individual Development Accounts*

Interested in going back to school, completing a training program or purchasing equipment for your job? Save up to $3,000 and Bradley Angle and CASA of Oregon will add up to $9,000, for a total of up to $12,000!

Work-Related Equipment Individual Development Accounts*

Need a reliable way to get to and from work? Save up to $1,000 and we will add up to $3,000 for a total of $4,000!

*Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are made possible through the federal Assets for Independence Act, the Oregon IDA 75% Tax Credit, and the hard work of Neighborhood Partnerships and CASA of Oregon. Applicants need to have earned income or be receiving TANF or SSI/SSDI. Income limits apply. Oregon residency is required.

Bradley Angle’s Economic Empowerment Program also offers:

  • One-on-one financial advocacy
  • Free access to a financial planner
  • Community Financial Empowerment Clinics
  • Resources about taxes, budgeting, money management, credit repair, and more

To learn more contact 503.290.6342 or email