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Janet Murray Jul 2014
Pathways to Social and Economic Inclusion: An evaluation of the Financial Advocacy and Problem-Solving (FAPS) Program
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The FAPS model is grounded in a social justice approach to support the financial stability of marginalized people, with several inter-related components including direct service delivery, public education and policy advocacy. This report focuses on the service delivery component of the FAPS model, the front-line financial advocacy and problem-solving services that are delivered by FAPS Community Financial Workers (CFWs) in Toronto and anchored by the three community agency partners.
Author: Janet Murray
Topic: Financial well-being
Publisher: Resources for Results
Location: Canada
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: July 31, 2014