Most women who graduate from Sojourner Home’s Transitional Housing Program at The House of Strength move onto one of Sojourner Home’s Supportive Housing Programs. These programs provide permanent, affordable, subsidized housing with on-site case management and support services to help families maintain the stability they’ve worked so hard to achieve.
Sojourner Home became a pioneer of supportive housing when it opened Monica Place in 1991, the first supportive housing project of its kind in New York State. Today, Sojourner Home operates supportive housing programs in three locations: Sojourner Home at Monica Place, at Eastman Commons and at Eastman Reserve. Residents in each location have access to on-site case management and other support services from Sojourner Home staff.