Like the gifts room, which is stacked full of basic needs.
Things like soap and toothpaste, and new sweatpants and t-shirts.“Most of our trafficking victims feel dirty, and that's more symbolic than realistic,” Manzer explained, holding up a large plastic bag of items.
“Whether one is the driver or an occupant, by wearing your seat belt, you increase the odds of surviving a crash by up to 50 percent. October 19, 2016 (Scottsbluff, Neb.) — A three vehicle crash just east of Minatare in Scotts Bluff County on Tuesday evening claimed one life and sent another person to the hospital.
This is one simple step that can help keep all of us stay safe.
Buckle up every trip, every time.” Troopers and communications specialists with the Nebraska State Patrol will put in overtime hours during the “Click It or Ticket” campaign with special emphasis placed on the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Sheridan County Pursuit Results in Crash and Fatality October 3, 2016 (Gordon, Neb.) — One person is dead after a vehicle fleeing a traffic stop crashes in Sheridan County.
The special enforcement is paid for thanks in part to a ,950 grant from the Nebraska Department of Roads--Highway Safety Office(NDOR-HSO). October 13, 2016 (Lincoln, Neb.) — The Nebraska State Patrol Carrier Enforcement Division will conduct high visibility enforcement operations as it participates in the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety .
“We will give them some version of this care pack and it's full of donated hygiene products, feminine products.”SASA is a first-point-of-contact, a place to get help 24/7 for people escaping trafficking. It’s in Hastings, serving more rural counties.“I think that people are really surprised to know that this happens in Hastings, this happens in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls, Webster, Thayer, all our surrounding counties,” Manzer said.
Like a lot of social service agencies, this office used to be something else, but they’ve made the best out of oddly shaped space and rooms.
Because a lot of people – of all genders – have been in this position before.
How do you say “no” when it’s someone that you actually really like, who you’d like to say “yes” to eventually, who flings questions at you so directly that you’re not really sure how to even start? And I don’t think that this is a unique experience that only I’ve had.
“For most of our trafficking victims this is kind of where we're going to start,” Jamie Manzer said, while giving a tour of the SASA (Spouse Abuse Sexual Assault) Crisis Center where she works.
It’s a place that helps victims of domestic and sexual violence.