Sisters of Sojourn
About Sisters of Sojourn
Sisters of Sojourn was founded in 2000 to raise funds for victims of domestic violence. Each year, Sisters of Sojourn hosts an annual event benefitting Adams House. Adams House is a service of Sojourn, the second-oldest domestic violence shelter in California and the primary such facility on the Westside of Los Angeles. Sojourn, a project of The People Concern, has been serving adult and child survivors of domestic violence since 1977, and aims to empower people to rebuild their lives and to end the cycle of violence in our community. Adams House provides survivors of domestic violence with shelter, legal advocacy, education, and service-enriched programs, enabling them to regroup, rebuild and reestablish their esteem and lives following their trauma. Last year, 1,744 people found safety, connection and hope through Sojourn’s programs.
Sojourn, a project of The People Concern, was founded in 1977 to provide shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their families. Today, in response to client and community need, Sojourn has grown into one of the most respected agencies in Southern California, providing – without prejudice or cost- multiple services to thousands of clients each year as well as education, outreach and consultation to other helping professionals. Sojourn is proud to serve LGBTQ clients and persons with disabilities.
Sisters of Sojourn’s annual event benefits Adams House which provides victims of domestic violence with shelter, legal advocacy, education, and service-enriched programs, enabling them to regroup, rebuild and reestablish their esteem and lives following their trauma.