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Welcome to our Learning Center

Quick How To's


The myPlan app is a free app to help with safety decisions

if you, or someone you care about, is experiencing abuse in their intimate relationship. It can help you identify, navigate, and provides resources for a range of relationship abuse concerns.


A Way Out  staff can provide in person or virtual training and presentations
geared toward your organization's needs

Potential topics...

  • Recognizing signs of abuse 
    Effective ways of responding to the abuse that you witness

  • Awareness and Prevention

  • Bystander Tips

  • Safety Planning

  • Tech Safety

  • Economic Justice

    For information on scheduling a presentation or training, call our office at 814-274-0368

Economic Justice Program
Moving Ahead Through Financial Management

This class is currently being offered via Zoom.

Judy Brown at our office, 814-274-0368.


  • Based on Financial Empowerment Curriculum developed by The Allstate Foundation and the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)

  • Provided in 5 two-hour weekly sessions

  • Consists of five modules

    • Understanding Financial Abuse – Keeping Safe and Starting Over

    • Learning Financial Fundamentals

    • Mastering Credit Basics – Reviewing, Understanding and Improving Your Credit

    • Building Financial Foundations – Homes, Loans and Automobiles

    • Creating Budgeting Strategies – Saving and Investing, Insurance and Education

  • Financial stability and independence builds confidence, provides protection from financial abuse and allows individuals to access  opportunities for further improvement, such as higher education,  auto loans and home ownership.


These services are available to parents, and children ages 14 - 24 years old, who are or have been victims of Domestic Violence -.

These services are FREE OF CHARGE and will be conducted via a HIPPAA compliant Zoom connection. All information shared is confidential.

Attendees can participate in groups anonymously.

If you would like to take advantage of these services, call 540-200-8470 or email to register.

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Judges & Attorneys

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