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
Current Events
Teatro Espejo presents "ENSLAVED"

 August 15 through September 7

California Stage located at midtown on 25th and R Street

A disturbing drama that captures the horrible truth behind human trafficking. Follow the tragic life of a young, Mexican girl who is forced into prostitution in the United States and her mother's relentless pursuit to get her daughter back.

The play will be presented on August 15- September 7, Friday-Sat, 8:00, Sunday, 2:00. There will not be a Saturday, August 30 performance. There will be a special Sunday Performance on August 31, at 7:00 pm.

Ticket prices:
$15.00 for general
13.00 for seniors, veterans, children, and Teatro Espejo members

It will show at the. For group rates or questions, email us at

"Into the Water" Art Exhibit  Aug. 21- Sept. 30

Into the Water

Art Exhibit

Thursday, August 21st
5:00 - 7:00 PM
My Sister's Cafe
455 Capitol Mall #110
Sacramento, CA 

Art by Yan Yin Choy & Fan Dai

Mark your calendars for our Human Trafficking Community Book Read & Panel Led Discussion 
See full sized flier here! 

Human Trafficking Community Book Read & Panel-Led Discussion

Runaway Girl: Escaping Life on the Streets, One Helping Hand at a Time
By Carisa Phelps 

Thursday, September 4, 2014
@ 6:30 p.m.
Barnes and Noble At Arden Fair Mall
1725 Arden Way
Sacramento, CA  95815

Runaway Girl: Escaping Life on the Streets is a memoir by attorney, advocate and sex trafficking survivor Carisa Phelps.  It is also the book selection for the first Human Trafficking Community Book Read and a panel-led discussion hosted by the My Sister's House Friends Committee.  The panel-led discussion will be at Barnes & Noble at Arden Fair Mall (1725 Arden Way, Sacramento) on Thursday, September 4th at 6:30 p.m.

My Sister's House is organizing the Human Trafficking Community Book Read and panel-led discussion to increase public awareness of the issue.  Human trafficking is modern day slavery.  It can involve forced labor or sexual exploitation, adults or minors, U.S. citizens or foreign born persons of any ethnicity.  It occurs in every state in the United States.  It is happening here in Sacramento.

In addition to providing the venue for the discussion, Barnes & Noble will contribute a portion of in-store purchases made between August 29th through September 4th, and online purchases between August 29th through September 9th, to My Sister's House.  Purchases must be accompanied by either a My Sister's Cafe coffee mug or a special bookmark created for the Book Read (both to be available at the store during this promotional period) in order to be credited towards My Sister's House.  Copies of Runaway Girl may also be purchased for $15 each at My Sister's House events or by contacting

For more information about the Human Trafficking Book Read and panel-led discussion, contact My Sister's House by calling (916) 930-0626 or by e-mailing 

2014 District 4-C5 Golf Tournament
Hosted by the Lions Education Foundation

Friday, September 26, 2014
Registration @ 11 AM

Teal Bend Golf Course
7200 Garden Highway
Sacramento, CA 95837

If interested in participating: please check out their link provided below:

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