Economic Abuse Screening Tool launch

Join us for an exciting launch event introducing CCFWE’s « Economic Abuse Screening Tool » (EAST) March 23, 1 pm ET.

Attention all social service providers, policy-makers, financial institutions, academia, women’s shelters, and women’s organizations!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of CCFWE’s Economic Abuse Screening Tool (EAST), designed to provide comprehensive solutions and support for those affected by Economic Abuse. Join us for a special webinar event to learn more about EAST and how it can make a significant impact in the fight against Economic Abuse.

At the launch event, you’ll gain valuable insights from experts in the field and have the opportunity to engage with our team and learn more about our work. You’ll also discover the importance of addressing Economic Abuse and the specific needs of survivors, as well as best practice examples on how to address structural barriers facing Economic Abuse survivors.

This initiative is made possible thanks to funding from the Government of Canada, through the federal department of Women and Gender Equality (WAGE).

We are proud to share that this work is developed in consultation with 30+ women’s shelters across Canada, ensuring that our approach is grounded in the real-world experiences and needs of those working directly with survivors of Economic Abuse.

By attending the launch event, you’ll be joining a community of individuals and organizations committed to making a meaningful impact in the lives of those affected by Economic Abuse.

Register now and join us for this important and inspiring event!

Should you have any questions, please contact: Nathalie Martin, Director of CommunicationsBld (


Mar 23 2023


1:00 pm


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