We believe every child should be safe.

Committed to the prevention of sex trafficking and providing care for children

who have been exploited.

We believe every child should be safe.

Committed to the prevention of sex trafficking and providing care for children

who have been exploited.

WHO WE ARE

Ho’ōla Nā Pua (New Life for Our Children) was founded to shine light on the dark criminal enterprise of sex trafficking, placing the health of Hawaii’s youth at the center of our mission and vision for our community. We are committed to the prevention of sex trafficking and providing care for children who have been exploited. Ho’ōla Nā Pua (HNP) is dedicated to creating a community where children are safe and have the ability to embrace their bright futures. Today, not only does HNP offer integrated programming that reaches over thousands of youth and community members and stakeholders across the state of Hawaii annually, but is considered a national partner and a rising standard in the global effort to stop sex trafficking, permanently.

Your voice matters.

Have conversations at home and in your community. Let’s make sure the communities we live in are safe.
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What we do

We do it for People in need

Health

Holistic healing of body, mind, spirit, is essential for youth to reach full potential. Read More.

Education

Continued education and training programs for service providers, medical personnel, and law enforcement will support long term program success. Read More

Advocacy

Collaboration is the only way to effectively remove youths from this atrocity.Read More

Reintegration

Life renewal through our comprehensive therapeutic approach and programmatic focuses. Read More.

Health

Education

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Reintegration

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What is sex trafficking?

Sex Trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, obtaining, patronizing, or

What is commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC)?

Refers to a range of crimes and activities involving the sexual abuse or exploitation of a child for

Trauma

Trauma is invisible; the scars are unseen.  Survivors of sex trafficking have complex trauma.

Statistics and Research

There are over 4 million people sex trafficked each year and over 1 million are children. This is a

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Advocacy

ADVOCACY PROGRAM

We provide support and care coordination to help victims and survivors access basic needs and

Date: March 25, 2020
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HOKU

We provide support to youth currently at juvenile facilities, through lessons teaching resiliency

Date: March 25, 2020
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STARFISH MENTORING PROGRAM

We provide support and care coordination to help victims and survivors access basic needs and

Date: March 25, 2020
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Date: March 25, 2020
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Date: March 25, 2020
Events

Upcoming Events

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Hawai’i
Attending a Hoʻōla Nā Pua event is a great way to get informed about sex trafficking and to learn how you c
O’ahu
In cooperation with the State of Hawaii Department of Health regarding COVID-19, and with unwavering respect a
Kauai
In cooperation with the State of Hawaii Department of Health regarding COVID-19, and with unwavering respect a

Volunteer

Be Part of the Solution

Volunteers are the backbone of Hoʻōla Nā Pua and play an important role in our mission to provide a safe campus for underage female victims of sex trafficking in Hawaii. They are working professionals, parents, college and high school students, retirees, event organizers, fundraisers, and more. We have several volunteer opportunities listed below and will have many more in the years to come, as we get closer to opening the home.

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Testimonials

What People
Say About Us

Many of us have never talked about sex trafficking or understand what it is. We were able to learn about the signs to look for in our students, reasons why, and most importantly how to prevent this from happening to our students, school, and community. I feel like this presentation should be given to the whole school, every parent, and whole community because it's so valuable and necessary. All our teachers would like to see your presentation.
Lahainaluna, High School Teacher

I learned that it is within myself to determine my self worth.

Hoku, Group Services Client
As a physician, state leader and a father, keeping our keiki from being exploited is very important to me. We have been working closely with Ho‘ōla Nā Pua to bring awareness and create a coordinated effort to find solutions to this very serious issue. This is a public health and public safety issue, and we will continue to support Ho‘ōla Nā Pua’s efforts to keep our communities safe.”
Lieutenant Governor Josh Green, MD
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Collaboration is the only way to effectively remove girls from this atrocity

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