Sojourner Center’s Five-Year Strategic Plan addresses physical and behavioral health, as well as substance abuse challenges for those impacted by domestic violence. Sojourner Center’s approach is holistic, aimed at healing the whole person. Building on its primary medical partnership with Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Sojourner Center has pursued opportunities to increase its collaborative efforts within the health care and behavioral health communities in order to expand the behavioral health options available to program participants.
Description of Services:
- Individual and group therapy, available to all residents
- Support groups for Sojourner Center staff
- Behavioral modification for children in the Child Development Center
- Crisis management
- Coordination with participants’ established off-campus behavioral health care providers
- Interdisciplinary team comprised of Sojourner Center’s program directors (CDC, Outreach and Trafficking, Residential Programs, Quality Assurance and Research)
- Department of Economic Security, Division of Medical Benefits will assist residents in obtaining health insurance for behavioral/integrated health services
- ASU interns will help develop evidence-based treatment programs in the implementation/development phase of the behavioral health program
For More Information, Please Contact:
Tasneem Doctor, Ed.S., Ed.D.
Behavioral Health Program Consultant
“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.”