Todd Goodwin has been hired as chief executive officer of Mid-Coast Mental Health Center in Rockland. Goodwin was formerly the vice president of administration and project management for Community Counseling Center in Portland.

He holds a master of arts degree in sociology from Indiana University and has worked in social services for the past 16 years. For seven of those years, Goodwin was employed by Father Flanagan’s Boys Town, which took him from Nebraska to California to Washington, D.C. He has lived in Maine for six years and resides in South Portland with his wife, Joann, and their two children.

Established in 1965, Mid-Coast Mental Health Center is a comprehensive provider of behavioral health services in Knox, Lincoln and Waldo counties. With main offices in Rockland and Belfast, the center provides support to people of all ages who are facing life stresses, behavioral health problems, or a mental or co-occurring illness. Current services include outpatient psychiatry, integrated mental health services in primary care offices and select schools, child case management, crisis services, residential services for adults, and co-occurring disorders treatment.