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Provide, without prejudice, shelter and support services to adult and child victims of domestic violence. Prevent violence through non-dominant child-rearing and the re-envisioning of gender stereotypes using a philosophy of nonviolence and individual empowerment. Work for social justice, locally and globally, by: -Educating the community -Collaborating with allies and fostering solidarity -Promoting legislation that affirms the rights of oppressed populations -Engaging in grassroots activism toward political, governmental, and institutional systems change
Established in 1977, Sojourn provides adult and child victims of domestic violence a safe space to regroup, rebuild, and re-establish their self-esteem and lives. Our diverse programs serve victims of all classes, cultures and ethnicities, sexual and gender identities, and religions, regardless of economic circumstances, physical and mental disabilities or immigration status, including those who are traditionally underserved, such as members of the LGBTQ community, elderly people, prostitutes, people with HIV, and people suffering from substance use disorder. Sojourn fosters solidarity among victims, educates the community and society, and is committed to effecting political and social change through grassroots activism and a philosophy of individual empowerment.