Project Kealahou collaborates with the state’s child-serving agencies, communities and families to nurture healthy relationships, well-being and community connections for Hawaii’s girls.

Our vision is for girls who have experienced trauma to navigate new pathways to balanced, responsible, connected lives now—and pass down this way of life to future generations.


Team Up For Your Child: A Road Map to Better Services

Free workshops/trainings this week — Friday (for professionals) and Saturday (for parents/caregivers)! Help us spread the word.

Finding the right help for a child with emotional or behavioral problems, such as depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD and/or autism, can be overwhelming. These free workshops, one for parents/caregivers and another for professionals, offer a simple, practical approach to helping children get the services they need. All participants will get a Road Map kit and workbook. Lunch will be served.

For more information, click here for the event flyer for professionals who work with children and families, or here for parents and caregivers.

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