Before being promoted to CEO in 2007, Alan Johnson served Hina Mauka for more than 10 years in various capacities including COO, CFO and Managing Director. Alan has been Chair of the Hawaii Substance Abuse Coalition, a hui of 30 treatment agencies, since 2005. Additionally, as a chair or member of several task forces, he has worked to evolve state policy to support a treatment model integrating medical services, co-occurring disorders, ex-offender programs such as reentry and expanding adolescent prevention and treatment programs. Alan brings not only expertise and experience as a leader in the delivery of recovery treatment services, but also a compassionate and caring style. He envisions a “Recovery Management” approach for Hina Mauka’s programs that provides a long-term and holistic approach to treatment.More
William Mousser has worked in the substance abuse treatment field since 1992 and joined Hina Mauka in 1997. He holds a master’s degree in education and is certified as a Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) as well as a Substance Abuse Program Administrator (CSAPA). As the Adult Program Director at Hina Mauka, William implements new developments and evidence-based practices. William oversees adult programs, including process improvements, staff development, and quality of care. He also works closely with community organizations and other related agencies.More
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