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Rejuvenating Women provides hope and restoration for survivors of human trafficking and reaches women who desire redemption, healing, and freedom from their past.

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Funding Cleaning supplies Laundry detergent Home and lawn maintenance New bras, underwear, and socks Twin bedding A transportation vehicle for the women for out-of-home appointments. Toiletries Winter attire Security needs for the home Journals

UPCOMING EVENTS Beautifully Broken, The Key to Freedom Banquet Sept. 1, 2016




Rejuvenating Women is committed to providing hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking. We do this by utilizing best practices through our 24-month residential, holistic, trauma-informed care program along with individual and life group mentoring. We also offer victim advocacy, life skills training, Krav Maga self-defense classes through Dynamic Fitness, and free licensed counseling in the home and at our satellite office.

Partnering with several organizations and government agencies, including all divisions of law enforcement, enables us to support and help women and girls escape the brutality of human trafficking. We have grown and strengthened our board over the past year to be able to reach out to women more effectively than ever. Our dream of acquiring a restoration house was accomplished recently, so we are now able to give women a place to rebuild their lives in community together with a solid aftercare program.

RW is funded through private donors, but we also benefit from Amazon Smile and TAGG donation programs. Our home is the first and only of its kind in the entire state of Nebraska. A big goal of ours is to expand our base of support and to raise funds to pay off the restoration house and cover monthly operational costs.


RW needs volunteers who can donate their time and talents to areas such as mentoring, leading groups, speakeing, working on projects, teaching classes in the restoration home, social media, and networking.


REJUVENATING WOMEN P.O. Box 207 Boys Town, NE 68010 402-345-4673

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