Next Generation Blog

  by Valley Crisis Center December 22, 2015   CHAN is an interagency network created by Pana Lee of Valley Crisis Center and Sitra from My Sister’s House, in order to provide a safe place for Hmong advocates to meet on a quarterly bases. CHAN has now…
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by Lyia, Weave December 15, 2015   WEAVE has reached out to many communities over the decades but we acknowledge the cultural and linguistic barriers that arise which challenge us to find more creative avenues to have culturally sensitive spaces for victims and survivors…
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by Vicki Thompson Director of Domestic Violence Services   December 9, 2015   Li Zhou, Tri-Valley Haven’s newest case manager, said that domestic violence and sexual assault were never talked about in her Chinese family when she was growing up. In her culture…
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by Valley Crisis Center October 23, 2015   Under the umbrella of Alliance for Community Transformations, Valley Crisis Center and Mountain Crisis Services work in collaboration with their communities to prevent domestic violence and sexual violence by advocating for…
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by Haven Women's Center October 23, 2015   In a collaborative effort to provide trauma-informed, culturally-specific services to the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community in Stanislaus County, Haven Women’s Center joined My Sister’s House’s Next Generation Project…
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by Empower Yolo October 22, 2015   Asians, amirite? What do we know about our Eastern brother’s and sister’s beyond their strange foods and the stereotypes American’s lop onto an entire continent? How about, they are one of the most underserved populations in…
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by Tri-Valley Haven October 22, 2015   Tri-Valley Haven is located in Eastern Alameda County, one of the wealthiest and least diverse areas of the county. Geographically isolated from the rest of the county by the Dublin Grade, our shelter population is vastly more diverse…
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