Address: P.O. Box 207 Boys Town, NE 68010 View Map
Phone: 402-522-6811
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About Us

Rejuvenating women is a faith-based, non-­profit organization committed to providing hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking.

We assist female victims and survivors of human trafficking regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, disability, handicapped status, veteran status, marital status, or political affiliation.

Who We Are

Awareness
We raise awareness about human trafficking within the community at churches, events, school, colleges, and universities. Through education, we can take steps toward prevention.

Advocate
We advocate for victims rights as well as offer support to local and state law enforcement and associated government agencies. We are committed to creating an environment where sex trafficking no longer occurs.

Restoration
We walk beside our survivors, loving them exactly where they are in life while helping restore their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. With vocational training, education, and redemption support, we assist them in regaining their independent lives.

Protection
We protect survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe and compassionate environment in which they can heal. Our 18-24 month Restored Wings program allows survivors a 5,000 square foot home in which to live and receive services to help them regain their lives.

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Get Involved

Want to be a part of our mission? We are always looking for those interested in helping women and spreading the word about the dangers of trafficking. Click here to learn more about volunteering or joining our team.

Giving
Our program needs help from generous donors so we can help more survivors and end sex trafficking forever. Are you interested in giving?  Click here to learn more.
 

 

What We Do

Restored Wings Program
We know women who have experienced trafficking need a safe place to heal. That’s why we’ve created the Restored Wings home where survivors can experience unconditional love and support to get back on their feet. Click here.

Community Outreach
Rejuvenating Women is committed to the community and spreading the word about trafficking. Learn more about our partnerships, workshops and speaking engagements as well as our counseling and support groups for women.  Read more.

Speaking and Training Workshops
The talented team at Rejuvenating Women reaches out to people of all ages through speaking engagements, trainings, and workshops. We are passionate about educating our audiences about human trafficking and providing ways for the community to get involved.  Read more.

Shame NoMore Women's Life Group
The Shame NoMore LifeGroup is group counseling for women. While we welcome those who have experienced trafficking, the group is not limited to them.  Read more.

Counseling
Survivors of human trafficking often deal with issues of shame, depression, lack of self-worth, and addiction. Though they are now free of the enslavement, they still have an uphill battle to regain their lives and restore their happiness.

Rejuvenating Women understands that healing is a process and we provide as many tools as possible to help on this journey. We provide a group of licensed counselors dedicated to walking beside these women as they heal.

Our counselors are dedicated to the survivors we help and passionate about enhancing their freedom and restoring their happiness. They provide counseling AT NO CHARGE to women in our Restored Wings program and other survivors within our organization.

Predators

What does an online predator “look like”?
1) Blends into society
2) Is typically clean cut and outwardly law abiding.
3) Is usually white, middle-aged or younger, and male.
4) Can rise to be a pillar of society while actively pursuing children.
5) Often engages in activities involving children.
6) Appears trusting to both parents and child.

Predators will:

  • Prey on teen’s desire for romance.
  • Develop trust with the child or teen.
  • Manipulate
  • Affirm feelings and choices of child.
  • Exploit a child's natural sexual curiosity.
  • Groom a child by promising gifts, money or even love.
  • Drive a wedge between the child and his or her parents and friends.
  • Make promises of an exciting, stress-free life, tailored to the youth’s desire.