Housing & Crisis Stabilization
Providing safe spaces
The first thing a woman needs is a safe place to stay. Generally, a trafficker has controlled all of her basic resources, like money, ID, food, and shelter.
According to one study, it’s important women have access to “emergency housing specific to survivors of sexual exploitation.”
Unfortunately, we lack many of these resources in our state. One study showed that, out of 622 service providers across Nebraska, 76% do not provide services for sexually exploited women.
How We Help
Our safe house provides immediate shelter for women who have left a trafficking situation. We staff the house with professionals experienced in helping women recover from sexual trauma.
This is the first safe house of its kind in Lincoln, Nebraska. We are also committed to offering the space to women from other cities and communities that are underserved.
Provide emergency shelter.
Connect with resources.
Find longer-term housing.
Our staff is trained to understand the complexity of trauma. We are committed to compassionately caring for women and connecting them to organizations that take a similar, trauma-informed approach.
Help provide a safe space.
Clothing and resources
Monthly financial support
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