FREE Legal Advice

Everything a Korean or Vietnamese woman should know to keep her family safe and together. Confidential (private) Interpreters are available! Please call ahead to confirm attendance and location (916) 428-3271 Spaces are limited!

Human Trafficking Conference

Save the Date for the next Human Trafficking Conference: January 31, 2017!!! Thank you to our 2016 Conference Sponsors!


Nan-Hui Jo (조난희) is a single Korean mother and survivor of domestic violence, who has been in jail for over 7 months without due process because she is undocumented. She was charged with “child abduction” when she fled the U.S. to escape her abuser. Please click the link below to see different ways you can… Read more »

Run for a Safe Haven

Save the date – the next Run for a Safe Haven will be on October 27th, 2018. My Sister’s House Run for a Safe Haven has been a primary fundraiser for the past 14 years. Beginning in 2003 with only a few hundred runners, My Sister’s House Run for a Safe Haven is quickly becoming… Read more »

Esperanza Means Hope

A Play in One Act Written by Conrad A. Panganiban and Gladys Imperio-Acosta Directed by Nicole C. Limon Featuring Original Music by Dee Pizarroa and Loui Paman Admission: Free! Thanks to Kaiser Permanente

Natomas Cares: Ashby Team Walks for My Sister’s House

Sacramento Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby over the weekend served as a celebrity team captain for the 10th Annual Run for a Safe Haven 5K to benefit My Sister’s House. The team raised $300, according to their website. My Sister’s House is a non-profit organization which serves culturally unique needs of Asian Pacific Islander women and… Read more »

My Sister’s House offers help and safety

Sacramento State students volunteered their time and energy to support My Sister’s House, a private nonprofit organization that serves the needs of Asian and Pacific Islander women impacted by domestic violence.   My Sister’s House provides services outreach to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, and educates about the topic to the general public…. Read more »