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Rejuvenating Women provides hope and restoration to survivors of human trafficking. We are the ONLY faith-based home in Nebraska with a long-term therapeutic program specifically created for survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. We allow the women to live in the home for up to two years, rent free while providing them with in-depth trauma and drug and alcohol counseling, case management, medical and dental care and branding tattoo removal along with a multitude of free services.

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Address: P.O. Box 207
Boys Town, NE 68010
Rejuvenating Women is a faith-based, not-for-­profit organization committed to providing hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking. We meet each and every woman right where she is at. We are dedicated to walking alongside women who are deeply hurt and traumatized while offering an intense but loving trauma-informed program. Rejuvenating Women is committed to developing long-lasting relationships and empower survivors of human trafficking to lead healthy, independent lives.

Rejuvenating Women has designed a program that utilizes trained paid and volunteer staff, therapists, mentors, processing groups, and psycho-educational classes to address the 10-steps of trauma recovery outlined in the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral treatment model adapted for trafficking survivors by Becca C. Johnson, Ph.D. While the residential program is our primary focus, Rejuvenating Women recognizes that there are many women who need and desire this type of intervention but may not qualify or choose to live at Restored Wings Home. Therefore, non-residents may apply to participate in day programming.

The non-resident survivors still benefit from all the services as women who are residents in the Restored Wings Home. These women have secured safe housing elsewhere, yet still, need the support and the services the program offers through Rejuvenating Women on their path to wellness.

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.
3/5/18 - "Well, my name is ----- and I moved here from ----- and it is the best move I have made in my life. I love my program. It gets things in order and everything is coming together. This is a very good program and I'm glad that I made this choice. The classes are very helpful in different areas in my life and I feel like I'm going to finish this with flying colors. I love the people that work here and they are a blessing to me and my life as we grow together.
Thank you Rejuvenating Women...can't wait for the day that I expand more."
~ RW Resident

2/13/18 - "A couple months ago if someone would have asked me how I was doing I would have answered that I'm empty. Empty because I felt that I didn't have a close enough relationship with God and I didn't understand what co-dependency or boundaries consisted of. Heavy because for so long I carried the trauma, pain, hurt, and resentment in me. Lost because my parents were gone and adults abused me from the time I was a child and often I asked myself why I'm here or if this is the world I'm supposed to be in. Stuck because I felt that my spirit was somewhere in the clouds. Buried because I felt like my soul was gasping for air. But, God has changed all of that through Rejuvenating Women. The classes are exactly what I needed for my soul to be resurrected. Here, for the first time, I can really sense God's love for me.
Tirelessly, the staff is working to continue to make this place a sanctuary."
~ RW Resident

4/27/17 - "Healing from extreme trauma, my healing journey has been very isolating. I have finally gotten to a place where I can handle the dynamics of relationships, in a semi-structured setting. Rejuvenating women has given me a safe enough environment to share and receive. It is giving me the confidence to believe that no matter what someone has gone through, that there are others who can identify with you. I believed I was too damaged to have anything to offer, but now I realize that EVERYONE has something to offer." - Jackie