Pūʻā Foundation provides a range of services focused on “Trauma to Transformation”. We facilitate and help implement the vision and strategy to address social issues dealing with trauma, healing and justice within our communities.

We help connect resources – time, talents and treasures – to fill identified needs in this area, as well as develop initiatives that create higher awareness and positive change to empower individuals, families and communities.

We bridge communications between government agencies, local and international organizations, businesses, faith-based groups and individuals in order to create collective impact and achieve solutions.

Specific examples include sponsoring Learning Collaboratives, Develop Community Educational Materials, Conduct Trainings, Workshops, Seminars, Webinars, Manage and Coordinate Trauma Informed Care Initiatives, Establish Social Enterprises, and Much More.

If you have any questions, please contact our office for more information.

Pūʻā Foundation presents, a Community Learning Collaborative –

“Trauma, Healing & Justice”

Individual, Community Historical

Trauma Informed Care Initiatives – Creating Places of Healing


Sunday, November 23, 2014
4:00pm – 7:30pm

MAMIYA THEATER at St. Louis School/Chaminade University
3142 Waialae Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816

$50 per person
$45 per person for groups of 2 to 4
$40 per person for groups of 5+
$60 per person at the door


For more information contact Debbie Victor:
Phone: 945-3570 – Email:

Session Highlights

Part 1: Defining Trauma for a Justice Setting & Beyond

Part 2: “Reclaiming Life After Trauma” featuring Justice Involved Women

Part 3: Engaging Dialogue, Questions & Answers

Part 4: Networking, Food & Fellowship

Why Attend

  • Learn what trauma is & the process that leads to positive change
  • Learn how you can be a part of the community healing process
  • Be an agent of change to empower individuals, families &
  • Network with families, government, faith-based, & community nonprofit
  • Meet individuals who are on their journey from trauma to