We are dedicated to creating a community where everyone,
regardless of the struggles they are overcoming,
is housed, healthy and safe.

Sojourn Domestic Violence Services

Since 1977, Sojourn, The People Concern’s domestic violence program, has been meeting the emergency and long-term needs of thousands of domestic violence survivors each year.

Sojourn’s mission is to:

  • Provide, without prejudice, shelter and support services to adult and child survivors 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; and
  • Work toward advancing social justice, locally and globally.

Through shelter, support groups, workshops, hotline calls, children’s empowerment programming, legal services and service referrals, Sojourn brings safety, connection and hope to individuals and families. Sojourn also works to educate the broader community and advance public policy that affirms the rights of oppressed populations.



(310) 264-6644
Our trained hotline volunteers provide: crisis intervention, peer counseling, lethality assessment, safety planning, advocacy, child/elder abuse reporting, information, referrals, and safety arrangements for pets. Collect calls accepted.

What We’ve Accomplished

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Three Ways You Can Make a Difference!


Your generosity brings safety and hope to adult and child survivors of domestic violence.

Make an online gift today!

2. Make an In-Kind Donation

Purchase much-needed items from our wish lists on Amazon by clicking on the icons below.

3. Volunteer

Join our team of dedicated and passionate volunteers who bring kindness, support and hope to survivors of domestic violence. Upon completing the required 40-hour domestic violence counselor training program mandated by California Evidence Code §1037.1, volunteers are able to get involved in our Children’s Program, Support Services, or the Hotline Program. Click here for details on how you can become a volunteer! View Sojourn’s 40-hour domestic violence training schedule.