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Towards Healing: Individual and Collective

Our hearts remain heavy and our ardaas remains directed to the victims and survivors of the grotesque mass violence in Indianapolis last week.  Sikh Family Center has immediately circulated collaboratively created resources on mental health responses and recovery. These are being distributed on the ground in Indiana and across the country, wherever community members are feeling triggered

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Acting Executive Director

Announcement We are pleased and humbled to announce that we have appointed Sikh Family Center’s first acting Executive Director, Mallika Kaur! Mallika is a co-founder of SFC and, until just recently, served as Chair on the Board of Directors. She brings with her nineteen years of experience working directly with

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Domestic Violence Outreach; Black Lives Matter Solidarity; COVID Resources & More

SFC is the only organization focused on Sikh American survivors of gender-based violence. SFC Video Shorts Our video series continues! Amrita Hanjhra, SFC Advisory Board Member, presents  “Five Ways to Check-In with Kids Impacted by FamilyViolence.” Amrita, a gender-based violence expert,  focuses on how to better interact with children who have been exposed to family violence. We often think

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End of the Year Newsletter 2016

A Look Back and A Push Forward Thanks for all your support to the Sikh Family Center, always! We close this year with optimism: knowing we are going to grow bigger & better in 2017. Please see our attached Newsletter!It has become clear to us that we must take the next steps to strengthen

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End of the Year Newsletter 2015

Imagine a World With Healthy & Happy Sikh Families… Towards 2016! As 2015 draws to a close, we share with you a glimpse into our work, and invite you to join us in pushing forward, stronger, into 2016!

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Health and Wellness for all – A Mega Family Event

Health and Wellness for All12TH September 2015 10.30AM-1PMSikh Temple 3636 Murillo Avenue San Jose CA n 2009, Sikh Family Center launched with local health clinics, particularly for the uninsured, as well as under-insured, and began witnessing the needs of the community and the desire for better, community-specific health interventions. Thank you to the Sikh

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Creation of the Sikh Family Center ~ Position Paper

Creation of the Sikh Family Center This paper1 is designed to provide insight to the culture-change work being undertaken by Sikh Family Center (SFC), an initiative to provide social services through an evidence-based and empowerment-oriented approach. The development of SFC since 2009, illustrates the propagation of a culture that neither apologizes

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Our Journeys Conference 2014

Turning Inwards, without Turning Anyone Away: Creation of the Sikh Family Center – Bitika Kohli, Guneet Kohli, Mallika Kaur, Gurpreet Padam On Saturday, November 8 2014, SAFAR: The Sikh Feminist Research Institute hosted a one-day conference, Our Journeys 2014: To Know Is Not Enough, at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Building on the tremendous success

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