Hōkū: Sex Trafficking Education, Prevention and Resiliency By Kaitlin Hazama, Volunteeer Aloha, my name is Kaitlin Hazama and I am a social work practicum student from the University of H
Ho‘ōla Nā Pua (HNP) is committed to the prevention of child sex trafficking and to providing a new beginning for children who have been sexually exploited through health, education, advo
Why Volunteer? By: Elisabeth Mather, Volunteeer I recall sitting in an auditorium back in 2014 and listening to Jessica Munoz speak about the urgent need for services to survivors of sex tr
Who has time to volunteer? Who has the energy to organize, e-mail, train, teach, public speak, sit all day at a tabling event, hold a sign on the side of a busy street? Not me. Not alone any
Anne Forshey’s journey with Ho‘ola Na Pua began with the simple act of opening the Midweek. After reading last year’s feature on Ho‘ola Na Pua, she immediately got on board with the
On Saturday, April 1st, volunteers from around the island gathered to give back to the community in celebration of Good Deeds Day. Created in 2007, this annual, global event celebrates the p
As a graduate student in the field of social work, Marianne Fontillas had researched the topic of sex trafficking in depth. When she joined Ho‘ola Na Pua’s advocacy efforts, she turned k
Ho‘ola Na Pua’s mission spans four core pillars of Health, Education, Advocacy, and Reintegration, all of which address a different facet of sex trafficking in Hawaii. As the 2016 Mrs. H
Even with a cursory look through Ho‘ola Na Pua’s promotional materials, it’s not long before one encounters the optimistic faces of young women and girls.
Angela Stoyanovitch’s involvement with Ho‘ola Na Pua began with a simple Google search.
P.O. Box 22551
Honolulu, HI 96823
Direct Services: 808.222.1872
Help us keep children
safe and healthy.
If you or someone else are in immediate danger, please call 911 or your local police.
If you want to report a potential suicide threat, please visit the following website: SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
Need to make a report of suspected trafficking or exploitation?
Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline (888) 373-7888 or text HELP to 233733.
State of Hawaii Child Protective Service
(CWS) Hotline (808) 832-5300 (24/7) or (1888) 380-3088 (Neighbor Islands) (24/7)
Are you or someone you know a survivor of trafficking or exploitation?
Call or text the HNP Helpline for support and care coordination (808) 435.9555.
Did you see something inappropriate online that is potentially exploiting children?
Call the CyberTipline 1.800.THE.LOST (1800) 843-5678 or go to report.cybertip.org.
Hope & Healing Line (808) 681-1546
For Counseling and Supportive Services for Survivors of Sexual Abuse.
Email: [email protected]
Main Office: Phone: (808) 445-3131
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 22551 Honolulu, HI 96823
Office Hours M – F : 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m.