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Metro Phoenix

602.244.0089

602.889.1610 (TDD)

Out of Town

888.886.8793

888.886.8794 (TDD)

Services in the Community
In some cases, victims and survivors of domestic violence are still residing with an abusive partner, or may not need emergency or transitional shelter. However, they still wish to address their experiences with domestic violence. Sojourner Center works with this population through its community outreach program.

Community-based case management is client-focused and collaborative. Case managers from domestic violence and lay legal programs discuss the needs of a victim. Using the social ecological model, the community-based outreach program offers individualized services for women, men, children and families. Case managers meet participants where they are, often at a safe place in the community, to provide support related to domestic violence.

Services include:

  1. Safety planning
  2. Case management
  3. Basic needs assistance
  4. Resources and referrals
  5. Support groups
  6. Access to classes and workshops
  7. Establishing health care for those impacted, child and family

Community support groups are offered weekly in English and Spanish at our campus. Sojourner Center provides over 20 on-site classes, groups and workshops that focus on safety, healing, education and self-sufficiency. These classes are available multiple times a week in the morning, afternoon and evening to accommodate any schedule. Most courses are offered in English and Spanish.

Community Education and Prevention

 
The Community Outreach Department provides presentations for community organizations that serve individuals who may be affected by domestic violence, including schools, hospitals and law enforcement agencies. Sojourner Center participates in many task forces, city and county councils and local coalitions. The goal of the program is to provide services that meet the needs of the community through outreach and education.

Current Collaborators

 
SAFE Action Project: 
American Hotel and Lodging Association
 
SALARA
 
ALERT
 
City of Phoenix
 
TRUST AZ
 
Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
Rosemary Taylor, Director of Human Resources

Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas and DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paradise Valley-Scottsdale
Susan Baer, Area Director of Sales and Marketing

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Paige Lund, General Manager

Hotel Valley Ho
Lisa Trimmer, Director of Security

Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
Michael Cairns, Executive Chef / Director of Food & Beverage

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Brady Lamar, Director of Operations

Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa
Stephanie Sanstead, Director of Public Relations

Tempe Mission Palms Hotel
Beth Hunter, Director of Rooms

Visit Phoenix
Melissa Gogel, Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Tourism

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
John Rios, Director of Housekeeping

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