Economic Security for SurvivorsThe Economic Security for Survivors Project at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) is a national technical assistance project focused on elevating and institutionalizing best practices that help to build, protect, and restore survivor economic security so that survivors of intimate partner, sexual violence and stalking may be safe from abuse and violence.

IWPR is conducting this study to learn about the costs associated with intimate partner violence. The study will help service providers, the justice system, and policy makers understand the range of economic costs survivors experience as a result of their partner’s behavior and may contribute to strengthening services to help protect survivors and recover from these costs. The survey period has been extended through June 30, 2018.

For more information, please contact Alona Del Rosario at

For assistance in Spanish, please contact Erika Jauregui at


Click below to access the survey:

English Survey

Spanish Survey


Resources for Study Participants (English):

Study History (English)

Informational Webinar PowerPoint Slides (English)

Frequently Asked Questions (English) UPDATED

IWPR-Program Site Agreement (English)

Recruitment Flyer (English) UPDATED

Resources for Study Participants (Spanish):

Frequently Asked Questions (Spanish) UPDATED

Recruitment Flyer (Spanish) UPDATED

Informational Webinar PPT Slides (Spanish)


Intimate Partner Violence Cost Study Program Orientation Webinar: