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.  Read more….

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.

MISSION STATEMENT

Helping Youth and Families Help Themselves

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rindraty Limtiaco

Rindraty Limtiaco

Chairperson
Marilyn Borja

Marilyn Borja

Vice Chair
KristiAnna Whitman

Dr. KristiAnna Whitman

Secretary
Maria Leon Guerrero

Maria Leon Guerrero

Treasurer
Mike Crisostomo

Fr. Mike Crisostomo

Member
Guadalupe Guzman

Ms. Guadalupe Guzman

Member
Jackie Perez

Mrs. Jackie Perez

Member
Ray Haddock

Atty. Ray Haddock

Member
Shane Moore

Mr. Shane Moore

Member
Javan Santos

Mr. Javan Santos

Member
SANCTUARY FAMILY

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SANCTUARY FAMILY

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CARF ACCREDITATION

Sanctuary is first and oldest non-profit organization in the Western Pacific region that is accredited by the nationally acclaimed Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) – an International Accreditation body that celebrates over 50 years in ensuring that the highest quality services are delivered to persons served.

CARF ACCREDITATION

Sanctuary is first and oldest non-profit organization in the Western Pacific region that is accredited by the nationally acclaimed Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) – an International Accreditation body that celebrates over 50 years in ensuring that the highest quality services are delivered to persons served.

FINANCIAL REPORT

Click on the read more link below to see the detailed 2017 Financial Report.

FINANCIAL REPORT

Click on the read more link below to see the detailed 2017 Financial Report.

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