Start the Conversation Toolkit
Hawai‘i Sexual and Gender Minority Health Report
Announcing the SAAM 2019 theme: I Ask
SATC Summer Newsletter
We are The Sex Abuse Treatment Center of Hawai`i.
The Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC) of Kapi`olani Medical Center is a statewide program that provides comprehensive services for survivors of sexual assault. If you, a friend, or a family member has experienced a sexual assault, we can help.
Educating Future Generations
As a Health teacher for 10 years at Mililani High, I have learned that development of curriculum, access to resources, and community collaboration are key elements in promoting a positive engaging learning experience as well as providing at risk students with the support structures they need to live healthy lives.Read Carina's Story
Give it. Get it. Live it. Living with [ respect ]™ means listening to others, showing consideration, and engaging in healthy, [respect]ful relationships. A culture of [ respect ]™ can prevent sexual violence.
Start the conversation.
Talk with your teen or pre-teen about staying safe & developing respectful relationships.
Living with [ respect ]™ means listening to others, showing consideration, and engaging in healthy, [respect]ful relationships. A culture of [ respect ]™ can prevent sexual violence.
Celebrating 40 years of Achievements
In 1976, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children and the State of Hawaii partnered to establish the Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC) as a safe place where survivors of sexual assault could go to receive comprehensive and confidential care.
SATC’s 2018 Legislative Agenda
SATC is advocating for a number of measures during the 2018 Hawai‘i State Legislative Session. Here are some of the key pieces of legislation that SATC is supporting.
SATC Staff Advanced Training
SATC staff received advanced training in working with survivors in LGBTQ communities with Michael Munson, executive director of FORGE, a national technical assistance provider with respect to sexual violence issues affecting LGBTQ people, hosted by the Hawai‘i Coalition Against Sexual Assault.