Impact report: Sojourner Family Peace Center has helped thousands
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – A local non-profit working with domestic violence victims gives a status report on how it is doing.
The Sojourner Family Peace Center opened its doors in 2016 at 6th and Walnut. Since then, the center has worked with more than 12,000 clients trying to bring peace and serenity into their lives through counseling and by providing housing. Those with Sojourner say they offer a range of services to help improve lives and eventually lead to the betterment of the community.
“Hope is going up in the lives of our clients. That’s very important; that’s a scale that we use to measure how people are feeling in general about their lives. If people aren’t hopeful about their lives and don’t have access to people who can help them they’re not able to make the changes they want to make,” said Carmen Pitre, Sojourner Family Peace Center President, and CEO.
Sojourner works with people of all ages and victims of all kinds of abuse. For more information, please click here.