A world where each family enjoys physical, emotional, and spiritual health and each individual is supported to achieve their true potential.
The Sikh Family Center is a grassroots community-based organization that helps create healthy, violence-free, more equitable communities by bridging gaps in access to public resources and social services, and providing education and direct support to community members using an empowerment approach that attends to cultural tradition, immigration experiences, and language access.
To this end, SFC partners with broad network of volunteers, faith-based institutions, nonprofit & government agencies within and outside the Sikh community, and across the U.S. to facilitate:
In all its activities, SFC relies heavily on appropriate partnerships as well as its core group of volunteers.
The core group captures a range of professional qualifications and individual competencies, including family
physicians, mental health professionals, community organizers, writers, students, youth counselors, domestic
violence advocates, attorneys, academics, gurudwara leaders, teachers, and youth activists.
Our advisory board biographies