Louder Than Wolves at My Sister’s House

My Sister’s House was Sacramento’s first organization to provide a safe haven for victims of sexual violence, as well as job training, support, for women in the Sacramento area. On Saturday, April 27, at the historic Colonial Theatre, My Sister’s House presented Louder Than Wolves, where survivors and allies shared inspiring words, entertaining acts, and… Read more »

My Sister’s Cafe featured on Sac & Co (ABC10)

This video highlights our social enterprise, My Sister’s Cafe. Executive Director, Nilda and Enterprise Manager, Alexio share about My Sister’s House services and some of My Sister’s Cafe delicious food and drinks!

My Sister’s Cafe Celebrates its 5th Birthday

5 years ago, My Sister’s Cafe was established to help clients gain job training skills to ultimately “get back on their feet”. Since starting at the cafe, survivors have since then moved to obtain full-time jobs. Read more on how My Sister’s Cafe has made a difference over the course of 5 years!

Encouraging Domestic Violence Victims to Seek Help

Read about how My Sister’s House and other Sacramento organizations, like Family Justice Center, are actively trying to eliminate domestic violence in the community. Hear from one of My Sister’s House survivors as she shares part of her story!   Read more.

Café for Sacramento domestic violence shelter celebrates 5 years

A business built on giving back celebrated a milestone Tuesday. Advertisement My Sister’s Café opened its doors in Sacramento five years ago. The café is a volunteer-based program to help fund My Sister’s House, a domestic violence shelter aimed at helping women and children of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. Read more

My Sister’s House in the Sacramento Gazette

The Sacramento Gazette featured My Sister’s House’s services in their January 4, 2019 issue. The article highlights resources that My Sister’s House offers, such as My Sister’s Cafe and culturally responsive services. Read more here: The Sac Gazette – Jan. 4, 2019