A Safe Haven

A Safe Haven

To serve Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven, job training, and community services.

A Safe Haven

To serve Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven, job training, and community services.

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, human trafficking, and sexual assault 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, human trafficking, and sexual assault intervention services

New Beginnings women's learning and support group

Women at Work Program for domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual assault 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, human trafficking, and sexual assault 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, human trafficking, and sexual assault.

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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
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Art with a Heart Show

Announcements

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Jul
Art with a Heart Show
My Sister's House invites you to our third annual "Art with a Heart" Art Show where all proceeds benefit…
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20
Aug
Book Read Night
TBA
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24
Oct
Run for a Safe Haven
My Sister’s House Run for a Safe Haven has been a primary fundraiser for the past 11 years. Beginning…
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