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Economic independence supports your safety.

Financial abuse is a way abusers keep victims of domestic violence within their control. This can look like:

  • Controlling your bank account and keeping you on an allowance
  • Hurting your credit
  • Keeping your name off financial records
  • Stopping you from going to your job or causing you to be late
  • Interrupting your work by calling you or visiting you at your job, causing issues with your employer
  • Preventing you from taking a job, so you don’t have a regular paycheck
  • Limiting access to your phone, computer, or other items needed to work

At Hubbard House, we understand what you’re going through and we’re here to help.

We will help you find a job, or if you’re already employed, we’ll coach you on how to seek a wage that meets your needs. Our trained advocates will help you with your resume, job searching, interview prep, credit repair, and more.

Wherever you are in the process, we have resources to help you take that next step. Give us a call on our Hotline, (904) 354-3114, to get started.

Contact us at our Hotline, (904) 354-3114, to get help or for more information.