WIN Kauai Staff
Clinical Director, Kimberly (Kimmy) Cummings, CSAC, ICADC, oversees WIN’s entire Kauai operation. As a proven leader, she continues to motivate staff and clients to achieve the organization's objective to empathize, educate, and empower.
Kimmy has extensive experience facilitating groups and individual counseling on Kauai specifically with substance using offenders. She has completed the Certified Substance Abuse Program at Kauai Community College and is currently as an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (IC&ADC). She is responsible for operations on Kauai which include the Bridge to Success Program, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and Domestic Violence Awareness programs.
Kimmy collaborates with Executive Director, Mary Scott-Lau to manage and develop programs to best serve the Kauai clients and community. Continuing to direct the WIN Kauai Program, Kimmy has gained much experience in working with the reintegration population from Kauai Community Correctional Center as one of it’s referring sources for housing women who are exiting incarceration, and in need of housing, treatment and direction.
Treatment Assistant & Billing Manager, Alison Slingerland, CSAC, ICADC, has been working in the field of human services since 2011. She is currently licensed in the State of Hawaii as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. As a Billing Manager at Women in Need, she supervises the billing specialist and oversees all duties pertaining to billing: including: medical, financial funding through grants, and fess for services. Ali has experience facilitating Access to Recovery Sober Support Activities, Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention classes and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment. She also continues to serve as a Case Manager for our clients who reside in WIN’s Bridge to Success Transitional Supported Home. She is instrumental in assisting clients in their transition to recovery from substance abuse, homelessness, and domestic violence. She has operated in this capacity since June of 2012. With continual efforts for education, Ali continues to further her knowledge by participating in many training and is currently enrolled at KCC working towards an Associate of Art
Intake Coordinator & Case Manager, Renae Waalani works with and advocates for women suffering in domestic violence and substance abuse. She has received a variety of training in Domestic Violence 101, Advocacy Skills, Confidentiality and Ethics, Ethical Standards for Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Training, HIPAA Training and ATR Ohana Provider Basic Training. As an intake coordinator, Renae is the first person a client speaks with, allowing for a smooth and easy transition for each person entering our programs.
Renae also serves as a Case Manager for our clients who reside in WIN’s Bridge to Success Transitional Home, which includes, weekly individual counseling.