Alabaster Advocacy Group was founded to help individuals and families find abuse and trauma relief assistance. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we partner with local support groups, other non-profit organizations, business entities, and public agencies to help support and connect abuse victims, survivors, and their families with essential services for counseling, alternative housing, and transition resources.
We are a ministry that promotes health, healing, and personal empowerment. Our goal is to encourage others to live their best life and to pursue freedom and peace of mind.
Identifying and engaging the challenges of abuse and neglect today requires problem-solvers who bring varying perspectives, a solid knowledge-base, and those who are willing to take risks in making positive change and empowering others. Alabaster Advocacy Group emerged out of a pursuit to inspire, empower, and support those in the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. We are an organization driven by innovative ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support for those in need of assistance and resources for ending the cycle of abuse.
Abuse can be visible or invisible. Often times we choose to ignore abuse when it is evident. Whether it is out of fear or apathy that we do not respond, there can no longer be silence around this issue. AAG is committed to helping people who want a pathway to freedom.
We are passionate about our pursuit in acting on behalf of abuse victims and helping survivors find resources; as well as those who do not have the capacity to speak or act for themselves.
Abuse of others is a crime and we advocate for victims of domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, intimate partner violence (IPV), and financial abuse.
Contact us if you need help or to learn more about our services.
Our mission is to advocate for victims and survivors of abuse through increased awareness, prevention education, and valuable resources to end abuse and its effects on the community.
Our vision is to offer essential resources for confidential health, healing, and transition services for domestic abuse victims and survivors. As a faith-based ministry, we seek to help individuals and families who have experienced domestic abuse find meaningful advocacy support resources and shelter.
Our ultimate goal is to open a facility where we will take on a more active and collaborative role in the work we do to end abuse.
AAG's purpose is to engage individuals and families in need and address those needs in a loving and nonjudgmental way. While we understand that many abusive circumstances have similarities, we treat every situation independent of all others. We want to create an ally-ship with those who need our assistance and not alienate them or treat them as though they do not matter. We create a safe space to openly communicate with us.
We partner with public agencies, other non-profit organizations, and business entities for connecting abuse victims, survivors, and families in need of counseling services, alternative housing, transition services, and other essential resources.