Family Justice Center in Sonoma County

My Sister’s House does a great job in serving the Asian and Pacific Islander community through community outreach, through their many resources and services for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.

Board President

We are excited to share with you the wonderful news that the Board, with the advice and support of our Friends, turned a challenge into an opportunity. With the unfortunate passing of our longtime landlord, My Sister’s House decided to move its shelter – this time to a house that we now own. We believe that this is a move that you as our donors and supporters would approve and recognize the long-term financial benefits for My Sister’s House. We at My Sister’s House hope that we are good stewards of your donations and gifts, and are very frugal and thoughtful with them.

-Darrel Woo, past Board President

My daughter and I are very grateful and blessed for all the help, support, and guidance of My Sister’s House. Thank you My Sister’s house for being always there for us, for giving us hope in our life. We love you My Sister’s House and you will always be in our hearts.

-2014 Transitional House Graduate