Below you will find resources, training, community agencies and contacts focusing on ending Human Trafficking.
The CAC's partner with DHHS to provide services for victims and their families.
Builds awareness, educates the community and provides services to victims of sex trafficking between the ages of 17-24 in the Omaha area.
Services including assistance with T and U visas, education and advocacy.
24/7 advocacy, crisis counseling and emergency shelter for adult survivors and their children.
Two-year recovery and economic development program for adult survivors.
24/7 support to youth in crisis in the Omaha area.
Provides statewide advocacy through a network of local programs committed to the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence
Provides a safe place where runaway, homeless and at-risk youth can stop in for food, laundry, hygiene items, shelter, help with housing or job applications and programs.
Provides programming focused on education, employment and empowerment.
Provides a short- and long-term housing recovery program focused on physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Provides policy guidance, training and advocacy.
Provides training and advocacy.
Searches for missing children and provides training.
Provides training, research and advocacy.
Provides online safety education.
Offers in-person prevention education to youth, families and communities in Nebraska and surronding states.
Provides training to trucking and busing companies as well as truck stop and convenience stores on identifying human trafficking and how to report it.