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To help survivors of all forms of trafficking
build their lives in a way that is
empowering and meaningful to them.
The Salvation Army's Fight to End Trafficking (SAFE-T) program supports survivors of trafficking throughout Nebraska by offering comprehensive case management to help them reach their life goals. In partnership with the Nebraska Attorney General's Office, the SAFE-T program oversees the Nebraska Human Trafficking Task Force through a joint initiative funded through the Department of Justice. As the lead service provider, we collaborate with an array of community agencies that understand the basic dynamics of trafficking and can help solve problems and meet survivors' needs.
The SAFE-T program currently has offices with specialists in Omaha and at the Grand Island and North Platte corps to provide services across the state of Nebraska. We also provide technical assistance to corps in South Dakota and western Iowa and can help support or facilitate individuals in those states who wish to move toor return to Nebraska.
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.
If you believe you have been trafficked and would like to learn more about our services, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 and request to speak with a SAFE-T staff member in Nebraska.
For more information about SAFE-T, please call 402-898-4768.
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