Charleen McDuffie, Teen Advocate

Char studied Family Resources at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and has a Masters in Counselling Psychology from Chaminade University. She is bilingual in Japanese and English. Char takes a trauma informed approach.

Keli’i Beyer

Keli’i is an artist, activist, an awesome person all around.

Kate Cockerham

Kate is a young feminist. Politics y’all.

mary Canta

mary is our fearless leader. mary only eat baby carrots. She love the liberry.


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TAP808 is a program of the Domestic Violence Action Center. The Domestic Violence Action Center is committed to ending domestic violence and other forms of abuse through leadership, prevention, legal services, individual and systemic advocacy and social change work. We believe all persons should be treated with equality, dignity, and fairness. With high quality and culturally sensitive programs, delivered with integrity and compassion we are creating safety and self-sufficiency for survivors and their children.