Who We Are and What We Do
The Alabaster House is a faith based, residential, 12-step recovery program for women. We are located in the Upstate of South Carolina. Alabaster House offers women a way out of addiction, a way back into society, a way to move forward to make generational changes, and a way to create stronger communities.
Alabaster House was founded by current director, Jennifer Magaha. Jennifer is a recovering heroin addict and a survivor of human trafficking. For over 15 years, she lived in active addiction. Because of God’s intervention in her life, Jennifer has now been sober since 2017. She has a passion for leading broken women toward redemption through Jesus Christ.
Your contributions help provide housing, food, medical care, transportation, and sponsorship for our guest residents while in recovery. More importantly, however, you are helping to empower women to overcome addiction while being fully known and fully loved.
If you wish to contribute via check, then donations can be sent to:
Alabaster House Recovery for Women
115 Paradise Cove
Easley, South Carolina 29640