Recognizing and Responding to Financial Abuse
Financial abuse is a common tactic of power and control in abusive relationships, which enables an abusive partner to control their partner by preventing or restricting their access to money, employment or other financial resources.
This workshop provides practical strategies for professionals to recognize and respond to financial abuse in domestic and intimate partner violence survivors.
This training is for financial, housing, and community services professionals.
- Learn to respond effectively to economic abuse in a survivor-centred manner.
- Gain an intersectional perspective on the warning signs of financial abuse and survivor-centred approaches to support.
- Learn the importance of economic stability and independence in promoting physical safety.
- Learn how to implement practical strategies to minimize harm and promote long-term economic safety for survivors.
In-Person Training Details
Thursday, July 13, 2023
10am — 4pm
301-1522 Commercial Drive
A catered lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.
Registration is $75 – $150 per person, sliding scale.
Max capacity 25 participants
Deadline to register is July 6, 2023
Sorry, registration for this event has closed.