Back on Track,
American Samoa

We are a trauma informed care organization.

Mission Statement

"Working together to promote human dignity, justice and peace;
fostering  restorative justice and social change as a way
to help communities heal and thrive."

Volunteers of American Samoa


Our workforce is our trained volunteers.   



Ongoing trainings offered regularly where members can build their portfolios.

Village Collaboratives


Networking and working in collaboration with village leaders, churches, companies and various agencies to provide education, awareness, activities and support services at the Village Level. 
*Village Collaboratives are key to preparation and prevention during the COVID Pandemic.

Focused on Health & Wellness


The eight dimensions of  wellness include emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, intellectual and environmental.

We're happy to announce our:  6 to 6 VIBE line.
Whether you want to talk, chat or vent, we're here for you.  6pm to 6am Daily.  All calls confidential.
(684) 272-0037

Peer Support & Support Services


The Keys to Recovery include
Hope, Personal Responsibility, Education,
Self-Advocacy and Support.

Positive Prison Reentry


Positive Prison Reentry doesn't begin when someone leaves the facility but rather when they enter.  Facilitating programs in the TCF and in the community to promote change and support for individuals as they transition back into society,
thus reducing recidivism.

Advocacy for Victims of Violence




Batterer Intervention Program


Victim Advocacy for victims of domestic
and sexual violence.

Some victims don't want divorce, they just want the abuse to stop.  Batterer Intervention Programs are about keeping the victim safe, holding perpetrators accountable, and changing behavior.

24-hour Domestic Violence Info Line:
(684) 272-0667

Community Drop-In Center, 

 The Community Drop-In Center is a place where someone can come in and get a cup of coffee and get info & resources, sign up for classes, join a group, etc.  It's all about Connection and Support.

Every Friday at DYWA Center
Pago Pago,  9:00 am - 2:00 pm

*Due to COVID-19 restrictions we have added an ONLINE Peer Support Group, American Samoa:
Every Sunday at 4:00 pm SST

Data Collection


All information and data gained regarding demographics, services utilized, numbers of people attending and being referred will be shared with the public.  Identifying  information is kept private as we hold confidentiality in high regard.

QPR Gatekeepers of American Samoa

QPR is a suicide prevention intervention that anyone can learn.  QPR stands for Question, Persuade and Refer.  Our goal is the train as many people as possible in American Samoa to be QPR Gatekeepers, equipping them be able to recognize clues and possible risk factors, as well as protective factors.  

Business hours

  • Monday - Saturday
    Appointments only
  • Sunday


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