National Coalition Against Domestic Violence focuses on domestic violence in the home, society-wide violence, and factors that perpetuate violence against women and children. Founded in 1978, its goal is to “organize for collective power by advancing transformative work, thinking, and leadership in communities and individuals who seek to end violence in our lives.” Cosmetic and Reconstructive Support program helps survivors of domestic violence receive facial, dental, and dermatological reconstruction necessary to live a healthy life and move forward from their traumatic past. National Coalition Against Domestic Violence works with three medical associations including Face to Face, Give Back a Smile, and a Skin Care Outreach Empowers Survivors. In 2001, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence partnered with The National Endowment for Financial Education to produce a manual, titled Hope & Power for Your Personal Finances: A Rebuilding Guide Following Domestic Violence, which serves to inform and assist women who have been victims of domestic violence to regain financial freedom in their lives. This program deals with topics including budgeting, banking, lending, dealing with workplace abuse, and identity theft. NCADV has held workshops designed to train individuals to have the skills necessary for participation in financial education. Trainers must know how to handle individuals who have sustained abuse in their past relationships, while at the same time offering advice and guiding them.