A Safe Haven

A Safe Haven

My Sister's House seeks to eliminate domestic violence in the Asian and Pacific Islander community through family education, and by increasing the self-determination of Asian and Pacific Islander women.

A Safe Haven

My Sister's House seeks to eliminate domestic violence in the Asian and Pacific Islander community through family education, and by increasing the self-determination of Asian and Pacific Islander women.

My Sister's House seeks to eliminate domestic violence in the Asian and Pacific Islander community through family education, and by increasing the self-determination of Asian and Pacific Islander women.

A Safe Haven

What we offer

New Beginnings women's learning and support group

Women at Work Program for domestic violence survivors of all backgrounds

A 6-bed Safe Haven and 6 bed transitional house for women and children

Community outreach and education on domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual assault; and 24-hour multilingual crisis line

Culturally and linguistically appropriate domestic violence intervention services

New Beginnings women's learning and support group

Women at Work Program for domestic violence survivors of all backgrounds

A 6-bed Safe Haven shelter for women and children

Community outreach and education on domestic violence and human trafficking; and 24-hour multilingual crisis line

Culturally and linguistically appropriate domestic violence intervention services

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Are you a Victim?

  • SIGNS OF ABUSE

  • Threats of violence
  • Breaking or striking things
  • Physical force
  • Verbal abuse
  • Jealousy
  • Possessiveness and lack of trust
  • Name-Calling and Put-Downs
  • Unrealistic expectations of you
  • Blaming you for problems
  • Use of force in sex
  • Cruelty to children and/or animals

support the cause

Your monetary donation will help My Sister's House to provide culturally-competent services to women and children impacted by domestic violence.

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    Sacramento State’s organization

    Sacramento State’s clubs and organizations come together to volunteer. Thank you Chi Rho Omicron & Alpha Phi Omega!

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    Berkeley Students Volunteer

    Group of college students help prepare for the grand opening of My Sister’s Café, a program of My Sister’s House, by painting the walls all day!

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    My Sister’s Café

    Preview of My Sister’s Café grand opening!

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    My Sister’s Cafe

    Volunteers spreading joy around My Sister’s Cafe

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Make a difference

We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available at My Sister's House. Volunteers can help with office work and special events or work directly with clients by serving as Domestic Violence Advocates.

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Testimonials

Volunteer

My Sister’s House does a great job in serving the Asian and Pacific Islander community through community outreach, through their many resources and services for victims of domestic violence…

-Volunteer
Board President

We are excited to share with you the wonderful news that the Board, with the advice and support of our Friends, turned a challenge into an opportunity. With the…

-Darrel Woo, Board President
Client

My daughter and I are very grateful and blessed for all the help, support, and guidance of My Sister’s House. Thank you My Sister’s house for being always there…

-2014 Transitional House Graduate
Gala Cover photo
14th Anniversary Gala — Stronger

Announcements

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May
14th Anniversary Gala — Stronger
For the past several years My Sister's House has hosted one of Sacramento's most talked about fundraising…
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18
Apr
FREE Legal Advice
Everything a Korean or Vietnamese woman should know to keep her family safe and together. Confidential…
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26
Feb
A CALL TO ACTION FOR DV SURVIVOR NAN-HUI JO
Nan-Hui Jo (조난희) is a single Korean mother and survivor of domestic violence, who has been in jail…
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