Meet the WSTC Supporting Staff

Drug Court/New Start

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Kayla Moky, SUDP/T: Drug Court Coordinator


Hi, my name is Kayla Moky and I am an SUDP/T at West Sound Treatment Center in Bremerton. I was born and raised in Chicago, IL, and recently moved to Washington this past year with my spouse who is in the military. I am currently receiving my BA in Alcohol and Drug studies from Minnesota State University, Mankato. I played collegiate softball for the University and once COVID took over, I decided to finish my last year online while moving out to Washington. I am passionate in helping people, and work to connect with each diverse individual. I strive to share my knowledge with others while empowering them. I am here to listen and empathize with each personal experience that is presented to me. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my dog, friends, and family.

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Keya Rohlman, SUDP/T: Drug Court Recovery Counselor



I am a SUDPT counselor at the Bremerton location of West Sound Treatment Center. I received my education for this career field from Olympic College in Bremerton, and also have a background in education through the University of Alaska.  I have always been passionate about helping others and did that in the school districts for about 6 years working with behavioral students and in the Special Education Department. My goals now for this field are to help lift up and educate others in getting the help they need by sharing my own personal experience with addiction and spread hope to those who need it and watch them reach their goals in their new life of recovery. In my free time you can catch me outside rain or shine hiking, fishing, running, (basically anything active), or inside baking and reading, and always with my kids in tow.

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New Start Assessor

Port Orchard


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Nia Fouts: COMPASS Educational Vocational Navigator

My name is Nia Fouts. I am the COMPASS Educational Vocational Navigator at West Sound Treatment Center. I love being a part of the solution and being able to help and empower others to discover their true potential.

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Annette Johnson: New Start Navigator

My name is Annette Johnson. I have a lifetime of experience with people and helping others for as long as I can remember. I have worked in various fields such as hospitality, human services, communications and for a moment I was even a carney. Although my degree is in the Arts and Sciences, I have found that I am passionate about people and assisting those going through SUD treatment since my own recovery started in 2006.  All these experiences have shaped me into the person I am today.

Recovery Counselors

Gianna Adams, SUDP/T, Recovery Counselor at WSTC's Bremerton office

Gianna Adams, SUDP/T: Recovery Counselor


Hello, my name is Gianna Adams, I am an SUDP/T at the Bremerton Office. I grew up in the Bay Area of the great state of California. I moved to Kitsap after I completed a bachelor’s in psychology at the University of California, Sacramento. I am currently a student at Olympic college, finishing the SUDP program. I am passionate about helping others achieve their goals as well as encouraging self-discovery and healing. Some of my professional goals are to help those I work with see that they are capable of sustainable and healthy change by creating a safe place for healing to take place. My hobbies include spending time in the gym, swimming, learning new things, karaoke and cooking.

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Michael Allan, SUDP: Recovery Counselor

Port Orchard



Cynthia Brady, SUDP: Recovery Counselor

Port Orchard

My name is Cynthia Brady. I am a Recovery Counselor at West Sound Treatment Center in Port Orchard, Washington. I was born in Pasco, Washington. I obtained my associates of arts & sciences degree at Olympic College in Human Services with an emphasis on Chemical Dependency Professional Training in Bremerton, Washington. While there I obtained a certificate in Case Aide, Manufacturing Technology and Chemical Dependency Professional Services. I obtained my bachelor’s degree at University of Washington in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences with an emphasis on Ethnic, Gender and Labor Studies in Tacoma, Washington. My professional goals are to continue to strengthen my community by affecting change in the lives of those impacted by drugs, the criminal justice system, poverty, homelessness, racial discrimination, and barriers that prevent social and economical growth and advancement. My personal goals are to build up and empower the lives I meet by encouraging others, sharing knowledge, information, and wisdom that comes from a Power Greater than myself, whom I choose to call GOD. My hobbies consist of reading, writing, cooking, and refurbishing old furniture etc. I love to see lives change for the better and one of my favorite quotes is: “Be the Change You Want to See.”

Janine Hernandez, SUDP/T, a counselor at the WSTC Poulsbo office

Janine Hernandez, SUDP/T: Recovery Counselor


Hello, my name is Janine Hernandez, and I am an SUDP/T at West Sound Treatment Center in Port Orchard. I graduated with my degree in Technical Arts Human Services from Olympic College in June 2022. My goal as a counselor is to show compassion and empathy for anyone who walks through our doors. With my ability to communicate with people of different backgrounds and walks of life, I hope to make my clients feel comfortable discussing difficult topics and deeply personal issues. I have a strong desire to help motivate while encouraging others to see their full potential and learn how to live and be their best true authentic self.

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Camden Suhay, SUDP: Recovery Counselor


Hello, my name is Camden. I currently have a master’s in addiction counseling and was a clinician for over 3 years. I am a person in long-term recovery with many years lived experience with alcohol and other substance abuse. I have also experienced homelessness at different points in my life, as a youth, as an adult in my active use, and in recovery too. I have a passion for connecting with others, for loving them until they can love themselves, and for walking beside them while they break barriers they may be facing in life. My goals are to help empower others by sharing my experience, spreading hope and connecting others to the resources needed in order for them to reach their goals.

Alexandria Radvila

Alexandria Radvila SUDP/T: Recovery Counselor


Hello, my name is Alexandria Radvila and I am an SUDP/T. I moved to the Kitsap area in 2022 with my fiancé, three teenage boys, and our now three dogs. This fall, I will be pursuing my Bachelor’s degree at Olympic College to further my education. Guided by integrity and empathy, and driven by my collective experiences, I am dedicated to helping individuals initiate meaningful change. In my free time, I enjoy playing Magic: The Gathering, going on hikes, and playing board games with family and friends.

Recovery, Empowerment, Advocacy, & Linkage (REAL) Program

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Amanda Rodrigues: Project Manager


My name is Amanda Rodrigues. I am the Project Manager for the REAL Team at West Sound Treatment Center. I have several years of lived experience and know what it’s like to struggle. Being a part of outreach is such a blessing. It allows me to break barriers for those in need. Helping those in need is my passion!

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Frankee Brezacek: Care Manager


My name is Frankee Brezacek, and I am the Care Manager for the REAL Team. It is my belief that the opposite of addiction is connection, purpose, and pride. I am a big fan of Dr. Seuss.


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Jeremy Whitlock: Lead Recovery Coach


My name is Jeremy, and I’m the Lead Recovery Coach on the REAL Team for West Sound Treatment Center. I am in recovery hoping to be able to give others hope to succeed in recovery. I’m a full time student as well, and I look forward to doing what I can to help the Team.

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Alice Kahuhu: Peer Recovery Coach


Hi! My name is Alice. I am the Recovery Coach for The REAL Team at West Sound Treatment Center. I have 10+ years of lived experience and am living life as a recovering addict. My goal is to inspire hope that life gets better through supporting people to advocate their own needs while conquering their goals to live their best lives. I love my children, all types of art, and adventures!

Supportive Housing & Behavioral Health Services

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Michelle Lamb: Behavioral Health and Harm Reduction Liaison & Project Lead


My name is Michelle Lamb, and I am the Liaison Project Lead and the Behavioral Health and Harm Reduction Liaison. After many years of being lost in active addiction, I finally made the decision to change my life. I graduated Kitsap County Drug Court and treatment here at West Sound Treatment Center. What once was my struggle is now my story. I live to impact my community in a positive way. Today my mission is to show others that there is a way out, and we do recover.


Kalina Harris: Supportive Housing and Transportation Liaison


Hey there, my name is Kalina. I’ve moved to Washington from Kansas in 2019. The PNW has been a dream for me because I find solace in the outdoors and enjoy many activities such as snowboarding, hiking, and paddle boarding. I’m happiest when I’m helping others. I’m thrilled to be apart of an organization dedicated to helping those in need.

Housing Case Management

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Wendy Healer: Housing Case Manager

Hello, I am Wendy Healer, Housing Case Manager. I have my story and understand the struggle. I graduated Drug Court in 2014 and have a passion to help and give back what was given to me. I am blessed to be part of West Sound Treatment Center and to have the opportunity to do just that. We can do together what we couldn’t do alone. I want to show others that the light at the end of the tunnel can be reached, providing the ability to have safe stable housing and a new way to live. In my spare time (when I am not chasing my littles), I am rebuilding my dream car – a 1962 Nova – that’s my happy place.

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Brendon Bean: Housing Case Manager

Greetings, my name is Brendon Bean, and I am the new Men’s Housing Case Manager at West Sound Treatment Center. My arduous journey from overcoming personal adversities such as homelessness, incarceration, and multiple inpatient treatments, to pursuing my education at Olympic College as an SUDP student, has profoundly shaped my approach to recovery support. This fall, I’m excited to continue my education in the bachelor’s program for Behavioral Health, which will enhance my ability to provide informed and compassionate care. My goal is to empower those I work with to offer gracious, empathetic, and loving support, helping them break free from addiction and transform their lives. When I’m not working or studying, I enjoy mountain biking, reading, and working out at the YMCA. I believe in the power of change and am here to support each step of your journey toward recovery.

Office Assistants


Bremerton OA: Betsy Lusby

My name is Betsy. In addition to managing the front desk at Bremerton and keeping things running smoothly here, I also enjoy gardening and baking.

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Port Orchard OA: Melissa Sperry

Hi, my name is Melissa! I am a mom of 3 plus one furbaby! I was born and raised in Washington, spent several years in Oklahoma, and recently moved back to be close to family! In my free time, I enjoy snuggling with my dog, spending time with family & friends and watching movies! I am excited to be apart of the WSTC team and give back to my community!

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Poulsbo OA: Ally Garr


Hi, I’m Ally. I grew up on Bainbridge Island, moved around a bit, and now I’m back in the area. I’ve been a lifeguard, a swim teacher, a makeup artist, a logistics assistant, and now an office assistant here! In my free time, I like to travel, sing, write, paint, and play video games.



Sarah Soriano: Accounting Manager

My name is Sarah Soriano. I joined the WSTC family in February 2021. I have worked in the Accounting profession for 18 years and have handled managerial positions for more than 13 years. I came from Guam which was my first home prior to coming to the U.S. in 2006. I grew up in a family who serves the community, and I always have a soft spot to help others in my own little ways. Working with WSTC is another great means for me to extend help. I know that I can assist by providing reliable reports that will support the whole team’s purpose and noble aspirations to continuously help and improve people’s lives.

IT Specialist


Kevin Brown: PC Parts & Service

My name is Kevin Brown. As the owner of PC Parts & Service, I strive to provide the best IT support and consulting for West Sound Treatment Center so they can provide the best service to their clients. I am proud to have been working with West Sound Treatment Center since 2020, and I hope that my services can help West Sound Treatment Center continue to provide world-class services and support for all of those that depend on them.

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