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Sojourner House has embarked on a 1.5 Million Capital Campaign for our building on Westminster Street – the new home of our housing, counseling, and immigration advocacy programs, as well as our Drop-In Center. The campaign will help to ensure the continued impact of these programs and services.

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VIEW THE 2022 IMPACT REPORT

The Sojourner House Impact Report is an evidence based document released annually to provide supporters with an understanding of the scope and influence of our programs. The Impact Report highlights the ways in which our work has a direct impact on the safety and well being of our community.

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Sojourner House: Past, Present, Future

Sojourner House’s 45th anniversary video, celebrating our 45 years of lifesaving services and advocacy in Rhode Island.

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When you donate to Sojourner House, your dollars help to fund housing, support services, and advocacy for all those who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse.

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Show your commitment to ending domestic violence and sexual abuse forever by joining us at an event, volunteering your time and expertise, or applying for a career with us. We rely every day on our community to support our work.

GET HELP

Our advocates assist victims of violence as they navigate their path towards a violence free life. Advocates can make recommendations and connect victims with helpful resources, but most of all, advocates listen. They do not judge, give advice, or pressure victims to make changes before they are ready.

“She fled several times. To different homes and even different states. He would find her every single time. 

Having children in common made it even more difficult: the threats of custody and deportation were constant. He severely assaulted her and she made her way to us from across the country. We filed her immigration case and found her permanent housing. Her life was finally making sense, and all the pieces were falling into place. Her visa was approved, and after years of separation, her older children were able to join her here as one reunited family. 

This week she received the one thing she thought was impossible: her legal permanent resident card. I’m incredibly proud of her, of her resilience and strength. She is the single mother of four, and she is doing an amazing job raising kind and respectful children. This is only one case of many, but I get to work with our clients for so long, that I grow fond of them and their victories are also mine.”
-Sojourner House Staff Member

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Rhode Island Monthly: Get Dressed Up and Attend the Sojourner House Masquerade Ball
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Rhode Island Monthly: Get Dressed Up and Attend the Sojourner House Masquerade Ball

Once Halloween is over, many of us wish for more opportunities to dress up for a theme party. Before the holidays set in, Sojourner House is hosting its thirteenth annual Masquerade Ball on Fri., November 17 from 7-11 p.m. at the Graduate Providence, and tickets are now on sale. This year’s theme is Celestial Visions,…

The Providence Journal: With a federal grant, a domestic violence nonprofit wants to help undocumented victims
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The Providence Journal: With a federal grant, a domestic violence nonprofit wants to help undocumented victims

Sojourner House was one of eight groups to receive a first-time grant from the Department of Justice aimed at offering legal services to the undocumented community for survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking and their children.