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CAPC Program Staff

Carol Carrillo

Executive Director



Cristine Hickley

Community

Education Coordinator


Wilma Holgerson

Business

Manager


Elisa Heinrich

Finance

Administration Manager


Rose Marie Wallace

Community Education Trainer


Carol Shenon

Child Safety & Awareness Coordinator


Lucy Espinoza
Baby Bag/New Parent Coordinator


Kara Vance
Administrative Assistant   



Karen Huapalla
​Baby Bag/New

Parent Assistant​


Nurturing Parenting Connection Home-Based Program


Maggie Velasco

Supervisor



Rosario Conteras

Family Support Specialist/Educator




Nurturing Parenting Center-Based Program


Carol Carrillo
Supervisor
(West County)



Maggie Velasco
Supervisor
East/Central County 



Angela Gattis
Parent Facilitator




Ansar Muhammad
 Parent Facilitator



Sonja Smith Hodge

Parent Facilitator



Lakisha Hill
Parent Facilitator



Khaleedah Muhammad
Parent Facilitator


Rosario Contreras

Parent Facilitator Assistant



Noella Delgadillo

Parent Facilitator

Parent Assistant


Kendra Tramiel

Child Care Facilitator


Denisha Clemmons

Child Care Facilitator


Marcela Lopez

Child Care Facilitator



Lucy Archimiega

Child Care Facilitator





Parent Partners / Early Intervention Outreach Specialists


Judi Knittle

Supervisor


Cheryl Barrett

Parent Partner


Mercedes Pineda

Parent Partner


Venny Mondragon

Parent Partner


Jami Delgado

Parent Partner


Mary Lopez

Parent Partner


Kai Evans

Parent Partner



David Mason

Parent Partner



Sunita Frey

Early Intervention

Outreach Specialist


Therris Cunningham

Early Intervention

Outreach Specialist


John Predomo

Early Intervention

Outreach Specialist


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Letter from the Executive Director

When a child is maltreated in Contra Costa County, we all suffer. As a community,

we have a responsibility to ensure that our children are able to grow up in safe and

healthy environments. In this regard, our website contains valuable information and

resources that every family and community member can use to help keep kids safe.


Various programs and tools are available to support parents, teachers, caregivers and other individuals who are responsible for the care and well being of children. Providing a healthy start for a child can be difficult. However, CAPC is here to help and support you every step of the way.


Visit our Programs page for a list of vital resources. It takes partners like you to help protect children and break the cycle of abuse in our community. We welcome your partnership in helping CAPC enforce the fact that, "It shouldn't hurt to be a child."


Warmest Regards,


Carol Carrillo, MSW

CAPC Executive Director



Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County