About Natalie’s House
Natalie’s House is a project of APECA, named in honor of the singer Natalie Grant.
Our mission is to maintain the goals of APECA. Natalie’s House protects girls from sexual exploitation and abuse by giving them a place of protection. At Natalie’s House, these young women can recover while being given the mental tools to thrive and regain vibrancy when returning to their lives.
APECA’s eight-bed home in Arizona can offer a safe haven for girls (ages 6 to 16) recovering from sexual exploitation and abuse.
Girls at Natalie’s House receive shelter, food and clothing. An intensive recovery program is offered which customs/includes outings and educational strategies to assist them in making the transition to a normal, healthy life.
How We Got Started
Natalie’ House is named in honor of singer Natalie Grant. Natalie is a Christian artist, using her platform to fight against human-trafficking. After visiting India she better understood how to support those that have experienced similar violations. Natalie was inspired to serve and has inspired the mission of Natalie’s House to serve the local community.
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