Your Support is Critical

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Join us to support families in recovery from substance use.


Make a one-time or recurring donation to ensure our treatment and supportive housing programs continue to make an impact in the community. Learn more about ways to donate.


You can learn to understand signs and symptoms of distress, and how to refer people to treatment. Get started by listening to local providers discuss recovery from substance use disorder, what recovery looks like today, and how the community can help shape its future.


Invite a Sojourner House representative to speak at your event, community group, or religious organization. Contact us for details.


Lend your time by becoming a volunteer. We offer a number of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Learn more about how you can volunteer at Sojourner House.


Align your business with Sojourner House and become a corporate sponsor for our annual fundraiser — Victorian Tea.


Stay informed by connecting with Sojourner House on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and join our quarterly newsletter.

Your Support Lights The Way

Nishauna Ball sharing her Sojourner House story

“When I went to Sojourner House, it was where my mom and I bonded for the first time. It was a big deal that we had an apartment and made dinner and spent time together. I remember kind of, in a way, feeling love for the first time from her. And being in a stable situation for the first time.”

—Nishauna Ball, Board member of Sojourner House and Sojourner House MOMS, and former child who lived at Sojourner House with her mother in recovery.

Norma Raiff sharing her Sojourner House story

“As fierce advocates, we knew a lot about the ugly level of public stigma, the need for women-focused services, and the urgency of changing public attitudes toward women in recovery.”

—Norma Raiff, former Executive Director of Sojourner House and the creator and board member of Sojourner House MOMS