Sojourner Family Peace Center offers free-of-charge support groups for children living in Sojourner Truth House, our emergency shelter, and children in the community affected by family violence.
For more information, please call Sojourner Family Peace Center at 414-276-1911 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.Transforming Lives Brochure Folleto de Transformando Vidas
Sojourner offers many resources to help kids impacted by family violence. The print-friendly materials below can help parents, caregivers and professionals identify trauma-related behaviors and learn how to respond.
Parents and caregivers can learn to spot signs of trauma and how to offer comfort and support. This brochure outlines ways to talk with kids and lists resources for support.
“A safe place” is an interactive children’s activity book that teaches children about domestic violence and features activity pages that help them create an effective safety plan for moments when domestic issues arise. Read it online or download and print for your own personal copy.
Sojourner Family Peace Center provides specialized case management and legal assistance services to protective parents whose children have been victims of physical and/or sexual abuse. The goal of this program is to protect children from further maltreatment and to advocate within the systems working with children affected by violence.
Each year we serve over 1,200 parents and children through this program.
To talk to an Advocate, please call Sojourner Family Peace Center at 414-276-1911 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.Transforming Lives Brochure Folleto de Transformando Vidas
Camp HOPE is where violence ends and healing begins.
Camp HOPE America is the nation’s first and only evidence-based camping and mentoring program for children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Sojourner collaborates with Camp HOPE America to offer a Camp HOPE experience for kids in Wisconsin.
At Camp HOPE, campers participate in a variety of activities including: archery, climbing wall, alpine tower, paddle boats, arts, crafts, campfires, stargazing and dance. Meaningful activities and encouragement create an environment where kids feel safe, seen, supported and loved. Camp HOPE’s evidenced-based curriculum teaches campers to believe in themselves, in others and in their dreams.
Camp HOPE Wisconsin summer 2020 session dates: TBA.