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Services and Resources


Funding Lived Experiences


Finances play a crucial role in breaking cycles, accessing services and support, and self-care. We also understand emergencies can come up, and bills can be unique based on an individual's needs. In addition to matching our clients with local, state, and national resources, we are also able to utilize our FLEX program for assistance with unique circumstances that may arise, or when other resources are unavailable.


FLEX may be used for things such as emergency transportation, grocery, rent, or utilities and other unspecified needs, pending approval. FLEX is intended to support individuals where they're at, and fill the gap when other assistance may not be available or timely. We are always appreciative of donations to FLEX, as we are able to provide more broad assistance with private donations as opposed to grant funding.


This may also include access to self-care services/items and therapy that isn't covered by insurance, an experience that supports and facilitates healing and connection, or even lunch with a mentor. We recognize healing looks different for everyone and we are committed to putting survivors at the helm of their own process.

Equine Therapy



We believe in the power of experiential therapies coupled with mentorships, education, and support. Equine Therapy is a wonderful modality to provide healing, and to cultivate growth and trust. Through the generosity of our donors and sponsors, we are excited to be able to offer scholarships and program referrals to Equine Therapy providers in the Northern AZ area.

Fostering Resiliency


Tap Here (coming soon!) to learn more about our Fostering Resiliency Initiative, which is focused on prevention of trafficking and exploitation, through a multi-faceted public health model. 


Parent Pathways Parenting Classes

REACH monthly community trainings (virtual)

VIBES Youth Program

Training and Technical Assistance

First Fellowship


The First Fellowship really encapsulates the heart of AJR and our mission, which is supporting individuals who have experienced abuse and/or exploitation, as they take control of their own healing journey, and start down the path to self-efficacy and self-sustainability, on their terms.


After leaving shelter services or dangerous situations, individuals are at risk of returning to compromised environments due to struggles with housing and resources, and lack of adequate support.


Our First Fellowship is a sponsorship for individuals who have experienced exploitation and abuse, that enables participants to experience so many of the "firsts" that we often take for granted. Graduating high school or college, getting a job, moving into an apartment, owning a car, and so much more! The First Fellowship provides support, emergency funds, wrap-around services, and mentorship, as well as career/education development to foster healing, and resiliency.

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