My Sister's House is the first and only non-profit organization to specifically identify
and address the unique needs of women and children impacted by domestic violence 
in the Central Valley's highly diverse Asian and Pacific Islander community.
Help Line:
(916) 428-3271
What We Offer:
  • A 6-bed Safe Haven shelter for women and children;
  • Culturally and linguistically appropriate domestic violence intervention services;
  • Women at Work Program for domestic violence survivors of all backgrounds;
  • New Beginnings women's learning and support group;
  • Community outreach and education on domestic violence and human trafficking; and
  • 24-hour multilingual crisis line

24-hour Multilingual Help Line:
(916) 428-3271   

Business Line: (916) 930-0626

 "I Am Free" PSA

Healthy Relationships & Fostering Cultural Competency PSA

Upcoming Events

See our Current Events page for upcoming events!
For more information or to sign up, please call 
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Check out our PSA 
"I Am Free" 

Special Thanks to Blue Shield Foundation for this video!


Special Thanks!

Special Thanks to:

April 2014 Shelter Sponsor:
Senator Lions

May 2014 Shelter Sponsor:
My Sister's House Board Members: Ron Tom, Elaine Chiao,
Yen Marshall, Darrel Woo,
Jessica Heskin, Corrine Joe,
Sharon Ito Warren, Michelle Dang

Volunteer Orientation

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Community Event Outreach Training

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
11:15 AM to 12:15 PM

For more information,
please call (916) 930-0626.

Safety on the Internet

Important information about maintaining privacy and safety while using the internet.

Your abuser can monitor your computer use, and it is difficult to hide your internet activities. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, call our 24-hour help line (916) 428-3271, or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-SAFE.

To ensure that your online activities are not discovered by your abuser, you must use a computer that your abuser cannot access, such as a computer at a public library, internet café, or at a trusted friend's home.

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