My Sister’s House on Cap Radio about COVID-19 resources

Sammy Caiola wrote about My Sister’s House in an article titled As Stay-At-Home Order Increases Risk Of Domestic Violence, Resources Remain Available For Victims Here’s a small excerpt from the article: For many domestic violence victims living with their abusers, getting coffee with a friend or grabbing the kids from school can be a needed… Read more »

Updates and information about services in response to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 situation continues to change, we thought it would be best to update you on the services that My Sister’s House is offering during this time. We recognize and are preparing for an increase in domestic violence and intimate partner violence during social distancing and shelter in place. Our 24/7 multilingual support line… Read more »

Human trafficking ring operation leads to 2 Chico arrests

My Sister’s House was recently mentioned in an article in Action News Now which covered a human trafficking ring operation in Anderson. Click below to read the article: Human trafficking ring operation leads to 2 Chico arrests

My Sister’s House, My Sister’s Cafe, and COVID-19

Dear My Sister’s House and My Sister’s Cafe Clients, Donors & Supporters: I share the thoughts, feelings, and stress that many of you may have felt. Our staff has too as we struggle to function with the changing news. We know My Sister’s House work in many ways is more important than ever. Families that have encountered abuse… Read more »

Fox News features My Sister’s House at a Conference on human trafficking

The message at a conference sponsored by My Sister’s House Friday was that businesses must be aware of the occurrence of human trafficking. My Sister’s House is a domestic violence agency that believes there are common themes between domestic violence and human trafficking, during which the victims are sexually and emotionally abused, exploited, bullied, beaten… Read more »

‘The victims are often right among us’

Nilda Valmores’ personal mission is to find victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in the Sacramento area. “The victims are often right among us, in plain sight,” says Nilda, executive director of My Sister’s House for the past 15 years, a Sacramento-based program that specializes in helping Asian, Pacific Islander and other… Read more »

My Sister’s Cafe on Capitol Weekly

Read about how My Sister’s Cafe, a program of My Sister’s House Women to Work program, is helping survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking get back on their feet!