Alpine County Child Abuse Prevention Council- CAPC

The Council, CAPC Zoom Meeting, not all members are pictured.


CAPC Coordinator  Amy Broadhurst (530) 694.2235 ext. 227


The mission of the Alpine County Child Abuse Prevention Council is to encourage and support interactive community based programs to ensure that children and families are safe and healthy.


1. Holiday Food and Gift Program December 2021

We would like thank all who donated to the 2021 Holiday Food and Gift Program.  The success of the program is made possible through a collaboration of IMACA grant funds and local donations.  48 food bags were distributed county-wide this year and 28 children 18 and younger received a gift.  The program collected $2,710. in cash donations and over $1,300 in gifts purchased from our Amazon wish list.  

2. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 2022 CAP month activities include; Board of Supervisors scheduled to adopt a resolution proclaiming April 2022 Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month in Alpine County on April 5, 2022.  Pinwheel displays at Post Offices in Alpine County: Bear Valley, Kirkwood and Markleeville, Annual "Remembering Children" Flag Raising at Health & Human Services, Wear Blue for Kids on Fridays (April 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29) , Children's Art Contest "My Favorite Way to Show Love" entries due April 30, 2022, Teddy Bear Parade, "Family: Fun, Fitness & Connections," more information to be posted by March 11, 2022.

CAPC 2021-22 Meeting Schedule The Child Abuse Prevention Council Meetings occur on the first Wednesday of each month at 1:30pm, except July there is no meeting. Due to current COVID-19 regulations meetings are held via zoom; link can also be found on agendas posted here monthly. 

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August 4, 2021 (cancelled due to Tamarack Fire)                       January 5, 2022 (cancelled due to County Closure week prior)          

September 1, 2021                                                                          February 2, 2022

October 6, 2021                                                                               March 2, 2022

November 3, 2021                                                                           April 6, 2022

December 1, 2021                                                                           May 4, 2022

                                                                                                            June 2, 2022


The Alpine County Child Abuse Prevention Council shall consist of a minimum

of seven (7) members, up to a maximum of fifteen (15) members. As the

prevention of child abuse requires the involvement of the entire community, the

Child Abuse Prevention Council shall encourage representation from a wide

variety of agencies, organizations, and the residential community.

Up to nine (9) members shall be chosen from the following professions:

  • Alpine County Office of Education/Unified School District,
  • Alpine County Health and Human Services Department,
  • Office of the Alpine County District Attorney,
  • Superior Court of Alpine County,
  • Alpine County Sheriff s Office,
  • Alpine County Probation Department,
  • Community-based social services agency(s),
  • Community-based children's services agency(s),
  • Community-based religious organization(s),
  • Alpine County Behavioral Health Department,
  • Civic Organizations based within Alpine County.

Up to five (5) members shall broadly represent the community-at-large. A

member representing the community-at-large who is also from one of the above

professions must be designated in their application for Council membership as

representing their identified community. Such community-at-large members

must be residents representing the following communities:

  • Bear Valley,
  • Markleeville,
  • Woodfords,
  • Hung-A-Lel-Ti,
  • Kirkwood,
  • Hope Valley,
  • or any other areas within the borders of Alpine County

Five (5) positions shall be ex officio members. These positions shall include:

  • Alpine County Office of Education/Unified School District
  • Alpine County Health and Human Services Department
  • A]pine County Sheriff s Office
  • Alpine County Probation Department
  • Alpine County Behavioral Health Services Department
  • One (1) member shall be recommended by the Hung-A-Lel-Ti Community
  • Council,

In addition, the Council shall also include a formally appointed, but non-voting, liaison of Alpine County Board of Supervisors.

Every effort should be made to assure that the ethnic, racial, geographic, and categorical composition of the Council is reflective of the population of the county. Council members shall serve without compensation, except for the reimbursement of pre-approved actual and necessary travel costs. Each Council member may, from time to time as deemed necessary, appoint an alternate who shall exercise the same rights as the member in the member's absence. If unable to secure a member representing the specific area of the community, a member may be selected from the community-at-large. Members shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors for two year terms, beginning at the date of appointment. Upon expiration of a term, the member may continue to serve until such a time the Alpine County Board of Supervisors renews the term of the existing member or appoints a new member. They may be reappointed for any number of terms as long as the broad community representation is maintained and prospective new members are given priority consideration.

CAPC Agendas and Minutes

CAPC MEETING AGENDA January 29, 2020