Economic abuse impacts the lives of most, if not all, survivors of domestic violence. Bradley Angle’s Economic Empowerment Program helps survivors rebuild their financial security. Our services include:

Individual Development Accounts

*NOTE: The IDA program is temporarily unavailable due to a funding shortage at Casa of Oregon. We will update this page as soon as we learn that the situation has changed.

Multiply your savings! Save up to $925 and end up with $3,700 through an Individual Development Account (IDA). Bradley Angle IDAs must be used for one of these four purposes: education, work-related, vehicle, and rental move-in costs.

IDAs are made possible through the Assets for Independence Act, Oregon IDA 75% Tax Credit, Neighborhood Partnerships, and CASA of Oregon. Applicants need to be an Oregon resident, have earned income (limits apply), or be receiving TANF or SSI/SSDI. 

Matched Savings Accounts

Bradley Angle’s matched savings program matches every dollar you save up to $350, giving you $700 to use. Complete our Making Cent$ course and work with an advocate to get to your savings goal twice as fast.

Other Resources

  • 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!

EEP offers virtual Financial Literacy Groups that are available to the public. Sessions are free and open to survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

When: Last Wednesday of each month from October 23rd, 2023 to May 29th, 2024; 4:30-5:30 pm

Topics include:

  • Oct 23rd: Credit Card Debt ft. Guest from DFA
  • Nov 29th: Student Loans
  • Jan 31st: Kids and Money
  • Feb 28th: Taxes
  • Mar 27th: Investing Basics
  • Apr 24th: Savings and Retirement
  • May 29th: Jobs Search Skills

Registration is required at least 24 hrs before that month’s session. Email to register.