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WHAT WE DO

1. We operate a Drop-In Resource Center in North County San Diego which provides clothing, toiletries, nonperishable food items, and baby needs. 

2. We provide a long-term residential program for women who have survived human trafficking & sexual exploitation. Our residential program, Grace House, facilitates spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional healing along with an array of support services that include educational & vocational opportunities.

3. We are working to provide vocational opportunities and training through social enterprise. 

WHAT WE VALUE

1.  Providing a safe home environment based on a community living model.

2.  Providing educational and vocational opportunities.

3.  Fostering self-understanding through personal and spiritual growth.

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Empowering Women

We exist to help women experience spiritual, physical, mental and emotional healing. We do this by providing a safe living environment along with an array of support services and educational opportunities.

You can help make a life whole by sponsoring a survivor for $25, $50, or $100 per month.

Watch this video for an inside look into our long-term residential program, Grace House

Messages from survivors we have served

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AJP has helped me become rooted and start to deal with my deepest issues. AJP has really just saved my life.
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There are resources to get out of the life. There are people who really care and will get you the help you want and need.
 
Having a place to come and get help is vital in healing and moving forward.
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Know how valuable and special you are ... You deserve to be loved and respected and have the best in life!
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Alabaster Jar Project has given me a chance to start over, to learn from my mistakes and become the best me that I never thought I could be.
I honestly don’t know where I would be if I wasn’t given this chance at my future. Thank you!