Robin McCrae

Robin McCrae

Chief Executive Officer

Robin has been the CEO of CHS since 1994. She earned a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of California, Davis. Under her leadership, the agency has grown from three programs, 55 employees, and a $1M budget to a multi-million dollar organization with nearly double the workforce, operating twelve programs at ten locations throughout Monterey County. Ms. McCrae was instrumental in developing several new programs, including SuperKids/SuperTeens, Safe Place’s Street Outreach Program and Youth Shelter, Elm House, Safe Passage, Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services for Youth (DAISY), the Outpatient Treatment Centers in Salinas and Monterey and the Substance Use Prevention Program in the Salinas Union High School District. She collaborated with the Department of Social Services in developing Family to Family and Pathways to Safety.

Sharon Lagana, Chief Financial Officer

Sharon Lagana

Chief Financial Officer

Sharon is a licensed CPA with over 30 years of experience working in not-for-profit accounting, auditing, and tax preparation. Before coming to CHS Sharon was the CFO at United Way Monterey County and spent time at CTB/McGraw-Hill and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Sharon graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Bachelors of Science, Accounting Emphasis.

Marta Sullivan, Senior Program Officer

Marta Sullivan

Senior Program Officer

Marta has worked in the addiction field for over twenty years. She was the first treatment coordinator for Monterey County Drug Court and helped develop many of the initial treatment protocols for program participants. Marta has worked in program management and non-profit agency administration for the last fifteen years . She completed her addiction studies at UC Santa Cruz. Marta will manage the day-to-day operations of the two Outpatient Treatment programs and oversees Elm House and Genesis House.

Devon Corpus, LCSW

Senior Program Officer

Devon has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. She has served as Supervising Social Worker for the AB109 Forensic Team and for the Crisis Team at Natividad Medical Center and coordinator of the Crisis Intervention Team for Monterey County law enforcement and first responders. She is also credited with starting the County’s Crisis Negotiation Team and Critical Incident Stress Management Team. She received a Bachelor’s degree from Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho and a Masters in Social Work from University of North Carolina. After college, she served in the U.S. Army in Military Intelligence. She has also worked in the psychiatric program at Salinas Valley State Prison. She has received numerous awards, including the Red Cross Professional Hero Award in 2012.

Robert Rapp, Development Director

Robert Rapp

Development Director

Rob has ten years of experience working with local non-profits as a Development Director, Program Manager and Contract Grant Writer. Rob has a M.A. in History from California State University East Bay and a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell College in Iowa. He recently graduated from the LEAD Program at Community Foundation for Monterey County and from Leadership Monterey Peninsula. In his free time Rob enjoys playing guitar poorly, gardening and hiking around the beautiful Monterey coast.

Shawn Stone, Program Officer, Family Service Centers

Shawn Stone

Program Officer II, Substance Abuse Services

Shawn is a graduate of Sonoma State University, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. His numerous years of experience in program management, counseling, and mental health/substance use disorder treatment facilities, provide him an in-depth knowledge in both administrative and clinical areas. He was born and raised in the Monterey Peninsula, is an avid tennis player and mountain biker, and enjoys all outdoor activities. As Program Officer of Community Human Services’ Substance Abuse Service programs, Shawn manages the operations of the Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services for Youth program, the school based Substance Use Prevention Program, and Off Main Clinic’s medication assisted treatment center.

Shirley Millico, Program Officer, Safe Place and Safe Passage

Shirley Millico

Program Officer II, Safe Place and Safe Passage

Shirley is a former Street Outreach Counselor at Safe Place who returned to take over the Youth Services Program Officer position. She has a wealth of experience working with and volunteering with at-risk youth in our local community. Shirley has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from San Jose State University and is currently working toward licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She also has a wide range of additional training in numerous evidenced-based practices including Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

Rosie Angulo, Administrative Services Manager

Rosie Angulo

Administrative Services Manager

Rosie joined the leadership team as Administrative Services Manager in February 2015 after providing excellent support to CHS as a temporary employee. Rosie worked for the Lucky/Save Mart Corporation in Office Management and Bookkeeping for over 14 years and won numerous awards for exemplary customer service. She attended Cabrillo College and holds many volunteer positions in her community.