Rutgers faculty evaluates victim assistance program

February 10, 2015

An implication of this study is how it helped create a “policy window opening” for teaching financial management to domestic survivors, said Andrea Hetling, an associate professor in the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. Hetling said her experience helping domestic violence survivors at a New York City non-profit organization showed her how economic instability could act as a barrier.

Rutgers Daily Targum, Feb. 10

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