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602.244.0089

602.889.1610 (TDD)

Out of Town

888.886.8793

888.886.8794 (TDD)

Sojourner Center is committed to transforming lives and creating a world free from domestic violence.

Sojourner Center is committed to transforming lives and creating a world free from domestic violence.

We provide shelter and support services to women, children, men and pets that are affected by domestic violence and human trafficking. We provide a continuum of multicultural services, connect individuals and families to transitional housing and other resources in Arizona, and collaborate with the global community on education, research and advocacy.
OVER

90%

of domestic violence victims tell ER doctors they suffered head injuries.
IN

85%

of homes where a woman or child is being abused, a pet also suffers abuse.

75%

of American parents have never discussed domestic violence with their children.

 

OVER
90%
of domestic violence victims tell ER doctors they suffered head injuries

 

IN
85%
of homes where a woman or child is being abused, a pet also suffers abuse.

 

75%
of American parents have never discussed domestic violence with their children.
"I am most impressed with Sojourner's seriousness, true inter-disciplinary integration, and their willingness to spotlight the too-hidden problems in domestic violence cases in family courts.  Their work on traumatic brain injury is cutting edge and important for the domestic violence field."
— Joan S. Meier, Esq., Law Professor, GWU Law School and Legal Director, DV LEAP
"Today I’m free from abuse and stronger than ever…Sojourner gave me hope and they still give hope to women and children who are going through the same thing I went through."
— Sojourner resident
"The Sojourner Center Research Symposium was truly inspiring and energizing. We need to expand our vision to ensure that cutting edge knowledge strengthens prevention efforts and improves the lives of those who experience domestic violence. Sojourner demonstrated real leadership.”
— Victoria Kelly, Consultant, Annie E. Casey Foundation.
"My happiest moment was our first night here. Because I felt safe and knew my mom was happy too."
— Sojourner resident
"Most women arrive at Sojourner Center with no more than a plastic bag of belongings. They leave with a sense of hope and belonging."
– Residential Services Caseworker, Sojourner Center

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