Each of us has a role in protecting our keiki (children). HNP programming educates and provides training that is trauma-informed. Youth are equipped with critical knowledge and life skills to remain safe and adults are given essential tools to identify, intervene, and protect.
Starfish Mentoring provides one-to-one support for youth by connecting minors with safe, reliable, and positive adult support. Studies show that having a consistent mentor in a young person’s life is key to building healthy relationships and successfully achieving life goals.
Hōkū Groups provide therapeutic programming to empower youth who are at-risk or have a history of being exploited. Youth engage in empowering group lessons that develop life-skills, self-care, self-worth, and self-advocacy.
At Pearl Haven, youth receive individualized therapeutic services from a team of licensed clinicians and supportive staff in a safe, nurturing, and structured residential program. This evidence based, progressive, and holistic trauma-informed model ensures youth can heal, reimagine their bright futures, and reintegrate into society with hope and confidence.