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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...
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...
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...
Special guest article submitted by Henri the Saint Bernard To commemorate the second anniversary of Sojourner Center’s Pet Companion Shelter, the shelter’s first dog resident, Henri the Saint Bernard, shared the following note with his supporters. Hi...
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...
When Ellen Wesson first toured Sojourner Center more than seven years ago, she knew right away she had found her cause. After retiring, Ellen made the decision to devote much of her time volunteering and giving back to her community. She wanted to support an...