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
Thank you Molly Sullivan for featuring My Sister’s House and letting people know where they can get help during this time. For domestic violence victims, coronavirus orders mean isolation with their abusers
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 »
Silent Auction is NOW LIVE! Click here to Join the Bidding! Here’s a Sneak Reveal! Click here to register for this free online event! There are just a few VIP Packages left! If you’d like to pick up a VIP appetizer tray on Monday, please email Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceds from the event support… Read more »
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 »
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 »
Join us for this free legal clinic for families who have been experiencing abuse. We will be focusing on divorce matters during this legal clinic. Saturday, December 7th, 2019 South Asian & Hmong interpreters are available upon request. Please RSVP at 916-930-0626.
This is the schedule for our Taking Victim Services to the Next Level 2020 trainings. The training will provide strategies on how organizations can adopt a diversity framework, enhance leadership and budget, and increase language access. As space is limited and the training is FREE, we highly encourage Executive Directors and Managers of organizations/agencies providing… Read more »
Parenting classes are taught over an eight (8) week commitment two (2) times a year. This parenting class is for parents of children who have experienced trauma. This class gives parents tools and resources to assist their children who have been exposed to trauma. Call (916) 930-0626 to sign up for the classes!
We are hosting our 12th annual high tea this year on Saturday, September 28th from 11 to 1pm. Please email info[at]my-sisters-house.org to register.