|Welcome to My Sister's House!
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.
Basketball brings awareness to teen dating violence (Video Interview)
KCRA News, January 2013
My Sister's House Offers Help and Safety
State Hornet, November 2012
Sacramento Domestic Violence Agencies Offer Long Term Help
Fox 40 News, October 2012
Freedom: A Survivor's Story
Sacramento Parent, October 2011
Taking Back the Night
Sacramento Press, 10/4/2011
Human Trafficking in Your Neighborhood?
Sacramento Press, 3/28/2011
Resolving Human TraffickingMy Sister's House 7th Annual Run for a Safe Haven
The State Hornet, 3/1/2011
Elk Grove Monthly, 12/1/2010
ALLICE 6th Free From Violence
Philippines Today, 10/4/2010
Shelter a Safe Haven for Asian and Pacific Islander Women
Sacramento Bee, 11/9/2009
Economic Stress Takes Toll on Families
News 10, 9/29/2008
Abuse Hotlines Light Up as Economy Falters
News 10, 9/25/2008
State Report: California Prime Market for Human Trafficking
News 10, 12/5/2007
Stefanie Cruz Helps Host My Sister's House's Event
Channel 13, 8/21/2007
My Sister's House 'Heroes of Hope'
Channel 13, 5/7/2007