A BIT ABOUT US

Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

Here at Colusa County CAPC - Community Advocates for Parents & Children, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.

The Colusa County CAPC Board is comprised of a group of like-minded individuals, all of which support positive work in the community.  Each Board Member represents various agencies that serve community members throughout the County in various capacities.  Our Board is supportive of the Strengthening Families Framework and goes above and beyond to make our work successful and meaningful to community members.  Please see a list below of our current CAPC Board Members.

Colusa County CAPC Board of Directors:

Sarah Regnani -  Colusa County Probation Department Counselor

CAPC Chairperson 

Donna Dennis - Colusa County Health & Human Services -  CAPC Treasurer

Marisa Apaseo - Colusa County One Stop Partnership - CAPC Secretary

Kade Wilson - Colusa County Health & Human Services, Public Health Nurse

Barbara Hankins - Retired Colusa Unified School District School Nurse, PHN, CPR/First Aid Instructor

Leanne Knutson - Colusa County Sheriff's Office, D.A.R.E.

Patricia Barba - Woodland Community College, Williams Campus

Stacey Costello, County Librarian - Colusa County Library System

Kristen Simmons - Colusa County Probation Dept.

Carissa Bowers - CAPC Program Manager

 

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