This book examines trauma and crises experienced by immigrant women in the United States. The purpose of this study is to give voice to immigrant women who are marginalized in the United States. All are self-selected informants and they answered thirty-three questions grouped into three separate subjects: first, trauma and crises experienced in home country; second, this experience in the U.S., and third, informants’ reflections about healing and safe space. The informants were asked to examine how they look at trauma, if this is what they said they experienced, and what steps they took toward understanding their behavioral and emotional reactions. The focus is on the depth of the stories they narrated, the emotions they described, and the view of the world they acquired through those traumatic experiences. The purpose of this study is to help immigrant women heal, live and prosper beyond the experience of trauma. Anyone who is working with the immigrant populations are likely to benefit from the book and it will broaden their understanding about the complexity of immigrant women’s lives.