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Promoting the Financial Abuse Support Toolkit

1800RESPECT's Financial Abuse Support Toolkit is available to anyone impacted by financial abuse.

Raise awareness of financial abuse and the support available by sharing messaging, social media tiles, videos and links to the toolkit with your networks.

You can also share content from our social media channels. Follow us on FacebookLinkedIn and Twitter.

Key messages

Financial abuse is a form of domestic and family violence and it is not OK. You are not alone, and support is available.

The 1800RESPECT Financial Abuse Support Toolkit is available to anyone who is impacted by financial abuse, including those in a support role. The toolkit explains what financial abuse can look like, what it can feel like and how to reach out for support.

The 1800RESPECT Financial Abuse Support Toolkit has been developed with advocates and experts to provide the best information and advice possible. People impacted by financial abuse can access the information at any time, and can work through the toolkit with a support person. A support person may be a friend, family member, financial counsellor or social worker.

Anyone can contact our qualified counsellors at 1800RESPECT 24 hours a day, seven days a week for counselling, information and referrals. You can call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732, chat online via our website or text 0458 737 732.

For more information, messaging and media contacts, please view the Media Release.

Social Media tiles

We invite you to post these tiles on your social media channels. Each collection has tiles optimised for Instagram, Facebook/LinkedIn and Twitter. Download tiles by right clicking to save the image.

Collection 1: "Feelings of helplessness are really common when you're experiencing financial abuse."

Collection 2: "I felt I couldn't reach out because people wouldn't understand."

Collection 3: "It's not your fault, and there is no shame in reaching out."

Collection 4: "Physically, mentally, emotionally, verbally abused. All of those abuses are the cage, and financial abuse is the padlock."

Collection 5: Family and friends can also reach out to 1800RESPECT for advice on how to support someone.

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