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We can provide you with support with the financial challenges of family violence. Please call us or complete our form.

You can also contact our Financial Wellbeing Coach – Economic Harm by completing our online form.

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Our Financial Wellbeing Coach – Economic Harm can provide support with the financial challenges of family violence.

Please call 0800 466 370 option 4 to speak to our Financial Wellbeing Coach – Economic Harm.

You can also contact our Financial Wellbeing Coach – Economic Harm by completing our online form.

No matter your background, including your income, if you believe you are experiencing economic harm you can get in touch.

We can help:

If you suspect economic harm is occurring, other forms of family violence may also be present. 

Family violence agencies are best placed to work with you to establish whether other forms of abuse are occurring in your relationship and we would encourage you to call one of the agencies listed below.

It is important to take some form of action to stop or address economic harm, but only when it is safe to do so.

If your safety is at immediate risk, please ring the New Zealand Police – 111

Please enter your details below to get in touch with our Financial Wellbeing Coach – Economic Harm. 

Please note, shortly after completing the form you will receive an email from us. 

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