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Each and Every Human Life Is a Gift

Freedom from Fear and Violence

We fight human trafficking by helping survivors build their lives
in a way that is empowering and meaningful to them.

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Human trafficking -- both sex and labor -- happens every day in communities across Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.

Even if you don't see it, human trafficking is happening all around us, perhaps even in your own community.

Quick Exit

Human trafficking is the exploitation of a person for compelled labor or a commercial sex act through force, fraud or coercion.

Those who have been trafficked work for an individual who has either tricked them or used threats against the survivor or someone the survivor cares about in order to get them to engage in sexual activity or forced labor. Money, favors, drugs or other items of value are exchanged for these services, but typically the survivor sees little to no profit for their work. In the case of sex trafficking, often traffickers promise a romantic relationship to lead women and men into sex work for their own personal gain.

The Salvation Army's Anti-human Trafficking
Program Mission

To help survivors of all forms of trafficking
build their lives in a way that is
empowering and meaningful to them.


Anti-human Trafficking

Via its corps leaders, The Salvation Army works to support individuals in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota who have experienced or are experiencing human trafficking. Our vision is to see survivors of human trafficking supported in accessing services that support their safety, well-being and self-sufficiency. We do this by providing individualized case management support to those experiencing human trafficking, facilitating and assisting in referrals to community services and collaborating with local, regional and statewide partners to strengthen survivor access to culturally appropriate services.

We provide resources such as emergency or long-term housing, food, clothing, emotional support and counseling, healthcare, drug and alcohol treatment, childcare, transportation, help navigating the immigration system, education and employment opportunities, legal assistance and help setting goals.

Immediate help

For immediate help, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888.

You can fight for justice and help trafficking survivors.

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Slavery still exists every day in America.

Your donation provides funding for programs that help people escape human trafficking.

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Survivors of human trafficking suffer physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Your donation provides funding for programs that support the overall health and healing of survivors.

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Homelessness, job loss and addiction are just a few of the challenges human trafficking survivors face.

Your donation will help provide survivors with the resources they need to get back on their feet again.

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