Elizabeth Freeman Center offers financial literacy courses aimed at helping abuse survivors regain footing

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PITTSFIELD — People in abusive relationships often have serious money troubles.

Abusers can sabotage employment prospects and career dreams or cause problems with current employment.

Sometimes, the abuse encompasses explicit control of the household’s money.

Survivors can also suffer a poisoned sense of their own worth and identity due to the abuser’s emotional attacks, making it hard to navigate the world financially.

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