Rescue Girls from sex trafficking

Please contact Child & Family Service at 808.681.1546 for an application. Please email for additional information.

The Hope & Healing O’ahu Program offers a free ‘ohana style approach offering counseling and support to all children and families who are survivors of sexual abuse. The program also screens/assesses the risk of sex trafficking and provides concurrent treatment planning as needed. This program is provided by Child and Family Service in collaboration with HNP and Catholic Charities Hawaiʻi.


  • Assessment
  • Concurrent treatment planning and approach to services
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Family counseling
  • Sex Trafficking Screening and prevention services
  • Family Supportive Services
  • Mentoring

Any child (4-17 years of age) referred as a victim of sexual abuse on the Island of O’ahu. Child sexual abuse to be defined as: any sexual act with a child performed by an adult or an older child. Inclusive but not limited to: sexual touching of any part of the body clothed or unclothed; penetrative sex inclusive or oral; encouraging a child to engage in sexual activity; engaging in a sexual activity in front of a child; engaging a child in pornography; engaging a child in the solicitation of prostitution.

To Refer:
Please contact Child & Family Service at 808.681.1546 for an application.
Applications can then be faxed to 808.748.3135. Once application is received, the referral source shall receive a confirmation within 24 hours of receipt.

Download the referral form HERE.


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