SEA does not provide direct support or advice. However, if you are experiencing economic abuse within the context of domestic abuse or are supporting someone who is, immediate help is available.
If you are in immediate danger, call the police on 999.
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If you are looking for information on economic abuse, we have information for victim-survivors and the general public, as well as information for professionals working with victim-survivors of economic abuse.
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