The safety of victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking is inextricably linked to their economic security. Because economic insecurity pushes victims to stay in or return to an abusive situation and increases their vulnerability to future violence, proactively addressing economic needs can keep victims safer, reduce violence, and create more stable communities. Due to their unique positions within diverse sectors, victim advocates can foster the collaboration and coordination that is necessary to support the economic security of victims. The Victim Advocate’s Guide outlines economic barriers and details the steps that all advocates can take in relation to and within the criminal justice system to address economic needs. Beyond their role connecting victims to safe housing, employment and other resources, advocates within both the community and the justice system can help victims understand their legal rights, overcome potential economic barriers to access, and request economic relief.