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2 Asset Building Coalitions and How They Can Help Asset Development & Vocational Rehabilitation 30-Second Training Series

3 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 What Are Asset Building Coalitions?

4 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 What are Asset Building Coalitions & how can they help in VR? A group of investors who pool their resources and thus are able to have greater influence on the financial markets. A B Coalitions exclusively devoted to acquiring liquid assets. In order to be a member you must have an income of over a million dollars. The Koch brothers started the first coalition. C Coalitions of individuals working on issues surrounding poverty. Frequently coalitions work on policy issues and supports to expand low income individuals’ financial capacity.

5 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 Incorrect … There may be investors who pool their resources to acquire assets and have greater influence but that would have little to do with vocational rehabilitation. And it is hard to imagine how it would be a resource for counseling and guidance. You mean if I join one I can get rich quick and don’t have to work?

6 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 Incorrect… There is not a Coalition that focuses on liquid assets that has any relationship to Vocational Rehabilitation. The Koch Brothers did not start the first Coalition.

7 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 You are on the money! CORRECT! Employment is the first step in that journey. Frequently counselors and clients need additional resources concerning asset development. The asset building coalitions in your state might be a good place to start. Resources SRABC is a partnership of state coalitions advocating policies and programs for low-income families and communities across the Southern states General description Kentucky: Louisville Asset Building Coalition | Growing Better Futureslabcservices.orgLouisville Asset Building Coalition | Growing Better Futures North Carolina Assets Alliance Mississippi Asset Building Coalition (MSABC) ACTS Tennessee: Nashville Alliance for Financial Independence independence independence TACE's Asset Development Exchange [www.tacesoutheast.org/network/ax]

8 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © Your Feedback Your Feedback Help TACE continuously improve… Please take a moment to complete a brief user survey Your feedback on this 30-second training will greatly assist TACE in meeting your technical assistance and continuing education needs.

9 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © Southeast TACE Region IV Toll-free: (866) [voice/tty] Fax: (404) Web: TACEsoutheast.org MyTACE Portal: TACEsoutheast.org/myportal

10 TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © Disclaimer This presentation was developed by the TACE Center: Region IV ©2013 with funds from the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) under the priority of Technical Assistance and Continuing Education Projects (TACE) – Grant #H264A However, the contents of this presentation do not necessarily represent the policy of the RSA and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government [34 CFR (b)].


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