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Jewish Family & Children’s Service Adds Sojourner Center to Its Programs

Jewish Family & Children’s Service Expands Services to Domestic Violence Survivors with the Addition of Sojourner Center Move provides greater financial stability and stronger operational controls for one of the nation’s largest and longest-running domestic violence shelters Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) and Sojourner Center today announced a definitive agreement where JFCS will make Sojourner Center one of its programs combining with the existing … Continued

The Story of Sojourner Center’s First Home

Grace Stuckey was a young woman when she purchased Sojourner Center’s first home. When she heard more than 40 years ago about a group of women who were looking to create a shelter for women and families who were fleeing domestic violence, she knew she had the perfect place. “It was a place where the … Continued

Sheryl Langford Reflects on Over 35 Years of Service

Sheryl Langford has seen it all — almost. Sheryl is Sojourner Center’s longest-tenured employee, starting in 1981 as a domestic violence advocate (a role that would now be described as a case manager). She served in that role for almost two decades as she watched Sojourner Center grow before her eyes. “We started in a … Continued

Woman’s Journey to Safety Leads to New Beginning

Sojourner Center is proud to be celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. And we’re marking the occasion by sharing some of the stories of the individuals we’ve helped, volunteers who have supported our mission and staff who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to help victims of domestic violence. Throughout the next … Continued

Sojourner Center Announces New Program to Combat Human Trafficking

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Jan. 26, 2016 – The SAFE (Safeguarding Adolescents from Exploitation) Action Project, a program to help identify victims of child sex trafficking established and incubated by the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute, is now part of Sojourner Center, one of the largest domestic violence shelters in the U.S., the two organizations today announced. … Continued