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Sojourn Center will be a residential house for hospice care and an educational center dedicated to providing compassionate care of terminally ill people and their families in the New River Valley of Virginia. Sojourn Center is a broad-based community effort founded on the belief that all people deserve access to end-of-life care that enhances dignity, comfort, and quality of life. We envision a healing environment that honors, celebrates and lovingly supports the final passage of life for patients and their loved ones. Sojourn Center will be comprised of a 6-bed residential house where residents can receive state-of-the art hospice care and where residents, their loved ones, and caregivers find personal meaning and worth in life’s final journey. Sojourn Center will develop an education center for hospice and palliative care that will serve as a training location for students of medicine, nursing, social work, pastoral/spiritual care and other human services.
June 2nd, 2013
A front-page article featuring Sojourn Center appeared in the Roanoke Times on May 3, 2013. Titled "Blacksburg Group…
April 5th, 2013
Sojourn Center announced the addition of five members to the Advisory Board. New advisors include: …
April 5th, 2013
Sojourn Center announced the addition of five new members to the board. New board members include: Sue…
October 3rd, 2011
Sojourn Center hired The Curtis Group, a nationally recognized fundraising consultant, to conduct a feasibility study. …
September 1st, 2011
Hospice Design Resource, PLLC was selected to work in collaboration with Balzer & Associates as architects for Sojourn…
May 2nd, 2011
Sojourn Center is pleased to announce that it has selected Balzer and Associates, Inc. of Roanoke, VA to design the Sojourn…
When you support the mission of Sojourn Center, you help give terminally ill people and their families the opportunity to experience end-of-life care in a peaceful, meaningful way without discomfort. Through your support, you can honor the memory of your loved ones while helping others.