The Sophia Way | Snippets from the Past
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Snippets from the Past

Twelve years ago, we welcomed a woman into The Sophia’s Way’s overnight shelter at First Congregational Church. There was a snowstorm outside. She was offered a hot dinner and a warm night’s sleep. A few months later, her case manager helped her move into her own home. In the years since, the organization has provided shelter, safety, and stability to more than 5,000 women.

Take a walk down memory lane and read highlights from The Sophia Way’s journey.