Our global efforts have helped thousands of women, children and members of our military find hope, healing and the power of a relationship with Jesus Christ.
We believe that Jesus is the healer of trauma. We demonstrate His love by showing compassion, meeting needs and providing resources for those that are broken and suffering. We are convinced that all of our efforts are turning on the light of Jesus in some of the darkest places on earth.
Children are the innocent casualties of evil in our world. In Syria, Iraq and areas challenged by terrorism and war, millions have been forced from their homes and housed in IDP camps. They are often the unintended victims of physical violence and intense trauma. We go into the most dangerous places in the world to reach them.
In many places on earth, women are facing unprecedented hardship. In the middle east, millions of women are living in IDP camps with no access to feminine products and personal items. In places like Cambodia, women are the regular victims of sex trafficking, abuse and violence. We meet these women with compassion wherever they are.
The men and women of our military are silently suffering with PTSD. It’s estimated that 22 military veterans take their own life every single day. With partnerships to military bases around the country, Victor and the ATP team reach soldiers while they are still active and encourage lasting resiliency even after these heroic men and women complete their time of service.
We make an impact with time-tested, budget-friendly projects that make a lasting difference in the lives of those suffering from trauma. You can use the calculator below to see some of the ways your donation dollars translate into tangible results.
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Faces and Places.
Our story is their story. Get inspired by some of the faces and places that have been forever changed by the mission Jesus has called us to.
From Victim To Victor.
The incredible trauma to triumph story of our founder, Victor Marx.
Severely abused and tortured as a child, by the time Victor graduated from high school, his lifestyle was filled with drugs, fights and theft. The discipline of military life and faith in God helped him recover from his traumatic childhood and empowers him to help others. Today, Victor focuses his attention to the plights of those affected by ISIS, troubled juvenile offenders, and supporting military personnel from all branches including the special operations community.