20 May 2020
Economic abuse involves behaviours that interfere with an individual’s ability to acquire, use and maintain economic resources such as money, transportation and utilities. It can be controlling or coercive. It can make the individual economically dependent on the abuser, thereby limiting their ability to escape and access safety.
In this webinar we hear from experts about economic abuse and how we can identify and support victims in housing association homes.
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