As the world began to return to a ‘new normal’ after the tumultuous months of the pandemic, SEA marked another busy year.
Throughout this period we continued to see increased demand for SEA’s expertise. As a result, the partnerships through which we support frontline services working directly with victim-survivors became more important than ever.
This year, we:
Victim-survivors continue to be at the heart of everything we do, and we would like to recognise the courage and strength of the Experts by Experience who work alongside us.
As our three-year strategy, Surviving and Thriving, came to an end, we reflect on the incredible progress made across our four strategic priorities:
Throughout the marriage, Ethel’s husband ran up thousands of pounds of debt in her name. A decade after leaving, she was still facing the consequences of the coerced debt. When Ethel called the Financial Support Line, run by Money Advice Plus with the support of SEA, she was referred to the specialist Casework Service. She has since had more than £23,000 of debt written off.
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