Our History

Sanctuary Incorporated of Guam (Sanctuary) is a private, non-profit community based organization that exists to provide critical social services to youth and their families. It was established in 1971 as an alternative to the juvenile justice system for runaway, homeless, neglected, and abused youth. Since its inception, Sanctuary continues to seek ways to improve the quality of life for Guam’s youth.

Our Vision

Sanctuary Incorporated of Guam is a community-based organization which exists to improve the quality of life for Guam’s youth to promote reconciliation during times of family conflicts, to foster the development of responsible community members, and to advocate for their needs in an effort to preserve family unity by providing: 24-hour crisis intervention services, temporary safe refuge during family conflicts and abuse, supportive counseling for youth and families, outreach, education and prevention programs.

VICTOR CAMACHO,

Executive Director

Our Family

Our Board

RINDRATY LIMTIACO

Chairperson

MARILYN BORJA

Vice Chair

ATTY. SHANE BLACK

Secretary

MARIA LEON GUERRERO

Treasurer

FR. MIKE CRISOSTOMO

Member

GUADALUPE GUZMAN

Member

JACKIE PEREZ

Member

JULIE MURRELL

Member

CYNTHIA CABOT

Member

JAVAN SANTOS

Member

Our Management & Administration

VICTOR CAMACHO

Executive Director

LEILANI G. GILTINAG

Quality Assurance Officer

KATHARINE DOMINGUEZ

Human Resources Manager

TONI M. PEREZ

Accounting Supervisor

EDNA FLORES

Accounting Assistant

MARK MESNGON

Project Coordinator

GILBERT FRANQUEZ

Maintenance Operations Worker III

Our SAGAN NA’HOMLO RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM AND CLINICAL TEAM

CARLOS PEREZ, M.ED

Clinical Director

STEPHANIE M. GUZMAN

Crisis Manager

EUGENE ANDERSON

Assistant Clinical Director

PORTIA DAWN CRUZ

Substance Abuse Counselor

TONY CRUZ, JR.

Substance Abuse Counselor III

MIRAFELIA HERNANDEZ-BAUTISTA

Case Manager (Drug and Alcohol)

SONIA PABLO

Case Manager (Drug and Alcohol)

DANIEL SANCHEZ

Residential Assistant II

BRYAN PABLO

Residential Assistant III

DAN ESTEPHAN

Residential Assistant III

JACOB MANIBUSAN

Residential Assistant III

JEANETTE TENORIO

Residential Assistant III

GRACE ANEKO

Residential Assistant III

KUMMER SEPETY

Residential Assistant III

LIONEL CHARGUALAF

Residential Assistant III

RACHEL NATIVIDAD

Residential Assistant III

SONJA OLALIA

Residential Assistant III

Our SAGAN LINALA (A PLACE FOR BETTER LIFE) TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM & PERMANENT HOUSING PROGRAM

SARITA ILESUGAM

Case Manager II

ISABEL MCCORD

Residential Supervisor

ELENA CERALDE

Residential Assistant III

THOMAS CHACO

Residential Assistant III

LIHPED ROPONEI

Residential Assistant II

MICHAEL NEDEDOG

Residential Assistant III

MICHELLE WRIGHT

Residential Assistant III

PENVITA HALLERS

Residential Assistant III

Our COED EMERGENCY SHELTER/BASIC CENTER PROGRAM

CHEYENNE SONGSONG

Case Manager II

ANGELA TOVES

Residential Supervisor

GEORGINE TAITANO

Residential Assistant I

NICK CHIMEREG

Residential Assistant I

HEATHER CHEGUINA

Residential Assistant II

ELISA AFA

Residential Assistant III

ELVIS MCCALLISTER

Residential Assistant III

GLORIA EDANGAL

Residential Assistant III

DINO CIENCIA

Residential Assistant III

TANYA EUBANKS

Residential Assistant III

JULIET RAMA

Residential Assistant III

Our INAFA’MAOLEK YOUTH (ANA)

EVA A. CRUZ

Project Coordinator III ANA Program

GEORGIANA A. TYQUIENGCO

Project Assistant (ANA)

DANIEL STONE,JR.

Youth Development Assistant (ANA Program)

LAWRENCE M. LIZAMA

Youth Development Assistant (ANA Program)

STEVEN FLORES

Youth Development Assistant (ANA Program)

Our AYUDA PARA I KOMUNIDAT (HELP FOR THE COMMUNITY) AMERICORPS PROGRAM

ANTOINETTE BAUTISTA

Program Supervisor

EDWARD J. MESA

Program Coordinator II

JIMMY TENORIO

Admin Assistant (AmeriCorps)

KEVIN BALAJADIA

Admin Assistant (AmeriCorps)

24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: (671) 475-7100

Sanctuary Incorporated is a community-based organization which exists to improve the quality of life for Guam’s youth to promote reconciliation during times of family conflicts, to foster the development of responsible community members, and to advocate for their needs in an effort to preserve family unity by providing: 24-hour crisis intervention services, temporary safe refuge during family conflicts and abuse, supportive counseling for youth and families, outreach, education and prevention programs