Harm doers often confiscate a survivor's ID in order to gain power over them. ID's are an essential document, needed to open accounts at any financial institution. Here are some institutions that do not require a physical ID, but rather verify your identity through other means. Verification typically means they'll ask you a series of questions generated from your government documents.
You'll still need your ID information (driver's license number, expiration date, etc.) but you do not need to present the physical ID.
If you live with your harm doer and feel unsafe having mail going to your house, there are a few options:
These Credit Unions offer the option to have a "mailing address" on file:
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