Income And Asset Development 101
AC CAN is designing an introductory training curriculum for new staff at AC CAN member organizations and other partners new to the field of income and asset development, but whose work relates to income and asset development (e.g., workforce development, re-entry service providers, etc.) The interactive three-hour course, IAD 101, provides participants with basic knowledge of the income and asset development field and associated services, as well as an overview of the diverse needs of clients served by AC CAN member organizations. AC CAN will pilot the curriculum in the fall of 2016.
Download the overview here.
Get the slide deck here.
Legal Services Provider List
AC CAN has created and distributes a list of organizations providing free consumer debt legal services to Alameda County residents. Download the list here.
The Income Support Listings identify private (i.e., non-governmental) organizations offering a variety of income supports such as cash assistance, goods, and/or services intended to meet the basic needs of low-income households. Together, these programs comprise a social safety net which supplements the public benefits system by allowing low-income families to maximize their income. Download the Income Supports introduction here.
Download the full listings here.
Network Convening Leader for CFED’s Asset and Opportunity Network
AC CAN is proud to serve as a Network Convening Leader. In this role AC CAN participates in Network learning opportunities and creates local learning opportunities, connects members and allies to national and local efforts to improve income and assets, takes action to advocate for policy change, and convenes local members and stakeholders to learn, connect, and act.
Learn more about this at http://assetsandopportunity.org/network/