Sojourner Center’s Transitional Housing Program provides access to safe housing and vital stepping-stone toward independence and self-sufficiency for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Our program offers up to two years of supportive services with 32 transitional apartments designed to provide survivors with needed tools and support.
Our skilled case managers work closely with each survivor to access their unique needs, develop personalized plans and provide ongoing support and advocacy.
We provide a licensed, 4-star Quality First accredited school, offering comprehensive care and early learning opportunities to children from birth to age twelve.Learn More
This program connects families with trauma-informed services serving children from birth to age 18 and their parents.
We provide essential care and support for pet companions including pet daycare, behavioral services, professional grooming and veterinary assistance.Learn More
Our on-site Resource Center offers essential items that survivors may need as they rebuild their lives, ranging from hygiene products to furniture.Donate Items
Our groups are designed to empower survivors with the skills and knowledge needed for self-sufficiency including, but not limited to, workforce development, goal planning and financial literacy.
We provide on-site access through community partners for healthcare, behavioral health, housing, workforce development, and other essential resources.
Our Lay Legal Advocates provide survivors guidance in navigating the legal system including Order of Protection support and court assistance.