Safe Exit

Webinar: Introduction to new economic harm support service pilot

1:00pm - 2:00pm, 7th July 2022

Discover how this new service can support your clients experiencing economic harm.

We invite people working in the family violence sector to join our economic harm specialists, Vanessa and Beryl, as they take you through our new support service that’s designed to help your clients experiencing economic harm.

Tune in at 1:00pm on 7th July to learn how this service can help your clients work through the financial challenges of family violence.

Trends overseas suggest economic harm is experienced in as many as

0 %
of family violence cases

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Learn more about economic harm

Real life stories

Economic harm can impact all ages, socio-economic groups, cultures, ethnicities and genders. 

It has both short and long term consequences – and like other forms of violence, it can be subtle, beginning with the smallest breach of trust, and then build over time.

Discover the impact of economic harm by reading, listening and watching real life stories.  

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Be a proper girlfriend

Lara’s relationship, like many, started out healthy – but over time things started to change and when she decided to leave the relationship, she footed
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