The Sophia Way | Support Programs
Ending homelessness for women
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Support Programs

Guiding women on their journey to stability


The program aims to meet people experiencing homelessness where they are – at libraries, parks, encampments, safe parking, grocery stores, etc. – and connecting them to services and housing opportunities.

If you are living in your car and need help, please contact our Vehicle Outreach Housing Navigator, Brizjette Williams

Housing Case Management

Our case managers guide and support the women who need help. They also provide resources to find transitional, permanent, and supportive housing.

They devote hours focusing on each woman’s individual needs and equipping her with the autonomy, dignity, and choice needed to face issues or challenges when she is ready; helping to define and shape the quality of her life that is of her choosing.

They help her with planning and budgeting, and when necessary, find resources for recovery and treatment of drug and alcohol dependency, as well as counseling, medical attention, legal assistance, and job search.