LexisNexis employees ready safe house for use

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More than 20 LexisNexis employees spent Wednesday renovating a safe house for human trafficking victims set to open in Dayton early next year.

Dayton’s facility will be the first long-term safe house in Ohio for victims of human trafficking.

Wednesday’s effort was organized by Dayton-based Oasis House, which provides support for women who have been involved in the adult sex industry. Some LexisNexis employees were painting, others were scrubbing walls and many more were on their hands and knees removing carpet.

When renovated, Oasis House will provide housing, food and mentoring for women who have been victims of human trafficking.

Source: WHIO TV

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