Sojourner House Executive Director Vanessa Volz (center), with Molina Healthcare members Lisa Faust (left) and Michael McCabe (right). Photo by Gloria Greenfield.

Providence, RI– Sojourner House today announced it has received a $50,000 donation from the MolinaCares Accord that will support the agency’s new housing development program, operations and programs at its new Woonsocket office, and programming at its Providence Drop-In Center. Sojourner House has recently become a housing developer to more fully support its mission of serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, and acquired office space in Woonsocket, Rhode Island this summer to meet the growing needs of survivors in the state’s northern communities. 

“This generous contribution from the MolinaCares Accord supports the lifesaving work we’re doing everyday to keep survivors safe,” said Sojourner House Executive Director Vanessa Volz. “Sojourner House is continuously innovating and growing to identify and meet the increasing needs of our clients, and we are deeply appreciative of community partners like Molina Healthcare, who make this vital work possible.” 

“MolinaCares is honored to support Sojourner House in expanding their capabilities to further serve the community,” said Lisa Faust, senior vice president of business development at Molina Healthcare, Inc. “Stretching out a hand to help those that experience domestic abuse is a critical need.  We are grateful for the opportunity to assist in these efforts.”

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