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Giving HOPE for Recovery 2010 Annual Report


Alan Johnson, CEO

Signe Godfrey, President

Giving HOPE for Recovery Hina Mauka offers drug and alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental health treatment services to the people of Hawai’i through 21 school-based adolescent programs (high school and middle schools), adult residential and outpatient programs, as well as services for families, homeless and treatment in the Women’s Community Correctional Center. Hina Mauka serves nearly 2,500 people each year.

Hina Mauka is committed to expand and improve services to meet the many challenges for client needs. As the medical technology, economic conditions and community environments are changing, so are our opportunities. We have greatly expanded our collaborative networks with other support services to improve our outcomes. We are helping an ever-expanding diversity of people from students to the general workforce, and veterans to offenders. Recent new medications to reduce cravings as well as enhanced therapies have greatly improved our effectiveness. Hina Mauka realizes that we must do more than intervention and treatment; we must also connect with networks to help our recovering people with housing and vocational skills. Our committed goal is help those in need find meaningful and lasting recovery as productive members of their chosen community.

Hina Mauka 45-845 Po’okela Street Kaneohe, HI 969744 P: 808-236-2600 F: 808-236-2626 Web: www.HinaMauka.org


Financial Performance

Konahuanui over Hina Mauka in Kanoeohe

Revenue & Support

Expenses

Contracts and Program Service Fees

Program Services

Community Support/Fundr aising

Management and general

Other Income

Fundraising

OPERATING REVENUES AND OTHER SUPPORT Contracts and Program Service Fees Community Support/Fundraising Other Income Interest Income TOTAL OPERATING REVENUES AND OTHER SUPPORT EXPENSES Program Services Management and general Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

$ $

7,237,682 139,342

$ $

25,924 9,820

$

7,412,768

$ $ $ $

6,500,572 1,367,205 111,152 7,978,929

Hina Mauka 45-845 Po’okela Street Kaneohe, HI 969744 P: 808-236-2600 F: 808-236-2626 Web: www.HinaMauka.org


Giving People HOPE for a Future People Served in FY2010  1,198 Adults  685 Adolescents  109 in our Family Program

Client with Hina Mauka counselor at our IHS Homeless Outreach Clinic

Areas served  Kaneohe: 48-bed Residential Program Outpatient Clinic  Waipahu: Outpatient Clinic  Honolulu: Outpatient at the IHS Homeless Shelter

Teen CARE Adolescent Treatment Services Oahu:  Aliamanu Middle School

 Pearl City High School

 Castle High School

 Pearl Highlands Intermediate

 Kahuku High and Middle School

 Radford High School

 Kailua High and Intermediate School

Kaua’i

 Kalaheo High School

 Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School

 Kalani High School

 Kapa’a Middle School

 King Intermediate School

 Kapa’a High School

 Mililani High and Middle School

 Waimea High School

 Olomana Youth Center

 Waimea Canyon Middle School

Hina Mauka 45-845 Po’okela Street Kaneohe, HI 969744 P: 808-236-2600 F: 808-236-2626 Web: www.HinaMauka.org


2010 Hina Mauka Annual Report