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Esther Nelson

Crime Victim Advocate

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Background Information

Employment History

Sexually Exploited Youth Program Manager

Sexual Assault Resource Centre

Interim Deputy Director

Adaptive Riding Institute

Affiliations

Founder
County Line Safety Compass Project

Education

Bachelor's degree

Psychology

Marylhurst University

Web References (41 Total References)


Adaptive Riding Institute

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Esther Nelson Personal Wellness Development Coach Esther grew up on horses. She has since developed a personal passion for empowering people to achieve wellness and healing through the connection between themselves and horses. Esther earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology, from Marylhurst University. She spent 9 years as a victim's advocate for sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex-trafficking survivors. Esther believes that horses offer people a non-judgmental connection. The horse and human bond can serve as a safe relationship where the integration of mind, body, and emotion can take place for people. Her approach is strengths based. She is passionate about supporting people in identifying and celebrating their resiliency and coping skills, so that they can feel empowered to grow and move forward in life with the skills and tools needed to live healthy lives.


Our Work in The News :: OAASIS: Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors In Service

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A shelter to help victims escape exploitation is the greatest need in Portland, said Esther Nelson of the Sexual Assault Resource Center. The lack of a safe place makes it difficult to help people, she said, and impedes law enforcement efforts because victims often disappear.

Multnomah County and Portland officials have committed to finding money to open a shelter here, though they have no time line.
"We can't do much more without a shelter," Nelson said.


Staff

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Esther Nelson - Program Coordinator


Staff

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Esther Nelson - Program Coordinator


That's a small step in the ...

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That's a small step in the right direction, said Esther Nelson, program manager for SARC's commercially sexually exploited children division. "Most of them are living in very unsafe situations," she said.

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