Meet Our PCAP Staff

Anne Dalton

Case Manager

Anne is a graduate of Argosy University’s blended Bachelor’s Degree program in Psychology/Criminal Justice. She is currently taking a break before completing her Master’s in Forensic Psychology. Anne has a background in working with substance use disorders, but with mental illness and behavior modification as well.
Anne believes whole-heartedly in finding humor in the small things in life, as a means to encourage changes in behaviors and emotions by helping clients to learn life coping skills and find new ways to look at difficult situations.
Anne has two grown children, a son currently serving in the U.S. Army, and a daughter who lives at home while attending College for Network Security. Anne likes to read, bake and cook, and explore new places in her off time.

Bill Bair

Office Manager

Bill has been the Office Manager at Pacific Treatment Alternatives since October 2003. He has a B.A. degree in History and Sociology from North Dakota State University and is currently enrolled in a Master of Divinity program at Corban University in Salem, OR. His favorite part of working at PTA is knowing its programs are helping people and the staff camaraderie.
Bill lives in Lake Stevens with his wife of 24 years, Donna. They have four children, Carly (20), Drew (18), Micah (15), and Dakota (12). Loving, learning, and laughing are their family values. The whole family loves to spend time together outdoors hiking or playing tennis. Having grown up in the Dakotas, Bill and Donna enjoy the mild climate and mountains in Western Washington.
Bill’s favorite road trip is to Spokane, WA, where his two oldest children are Music majors at Whitworth University. Much of Bill’s discretionary time is spent in Christian ministry, which is his real passion. That begins with involvement at his church, but also includes activity in the community at Snohomish County Corrections and Pacifica Senior Living Snohomish.

Debbie Graham

Executive Director & PCAP Program Supervisor

Debbie Graham grew up in Olympia, Washington. She moved to Edmonds in 1996 with her son, Jonnie, to be closer to her family. She is married to Ed Giraud, and lives in the Everett Eastmont Neighborhood. Debbie and Ed have 3 married grown children and 2 grandchildren. They enjoy spending time with family and their dog Mey. She also enjoys gardening, watching movies, traveling, and is involved in the local recovery community.
Debbie attended Edmonds Community College and has an ATA in Chemical Dependency Counseling, Seattle Central Community College and earned a bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science, and the University of Washington School of Social Work, earning her master’s degree in Social Work. Debbie has worked in social services for the past 10 years and really enjoys working with the families at Snohomish County
Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP).

Debbie McBrayer

Case Manager

Debbie and her husband of 31 years, Don, are Everett residents and have raised 4 children. 2 of those children have provided 7 grandchildren.
After earning several associate degrees, Debbie graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood and Family Studies from the
University of Washington.
Debbie has been working with children and families as well as leading staff for over 20 years and has found her current field personally challenging and rewarding.
Debbie participates in her church’s Worship Ministry, playing bass guitar as well as acoustic guitar and singing. She has enjoys scrapbooking and loves having her grandchildren visit on the weekends.

Denise Meeds Hollenbeck

Lead Case Mgr.

Denise grew up on a farm in Monroe and is a lifetime resident of Snohomish County. She and her husband have two grown sons and like to spend time with family and in the outdoors. Denise is active in politics and charity work including volunteering in the local community. She also likes to read, do crafts, listen to music and study history.
Denise studied at Everett Community College, Washington State University and the University of Washington and has a B.A. in Sociology. She has 35 years’ experience as a case manager working with a variety of clients, including those with chemical dependency issues, mental health and cognitive challenges, and the incarcerated. She has a special interest in working with those who are or have been involved in the
criminal justice system.

Jody Featherstone

Office Assistant

A lifelong resident of Washington State, Jody has enjoyed living in several Western Washington communities, her favorite being
West Seattle.
Jody has three adult children, 11 grandchildren and expecting her first great grandchild in January 2018. Jody has been with the agency since January 29th, 2007 as the office assistant.
In her free time, Jody enjoys long walks and time spent with her family. She is active in her church; Sonrise Christian Center.

Shannon Smith

Case Manager

Shannon has raised 4 amazing children who have graced her with 6 grandchildren. She is blessed to have a son, Elliott, at home. Shannon enjoys, first and foremost, spending time with her family, being in nature and supporting the recovery community.
Shannon graduated from Linfield College with a bachelor’s degree in Social and Behavioral Science. She has worked with children and families for over 25 years. Her passion is seeing that everyone has a voice and an opportunity to be successful.

Lilly Dalton

Born and raised in Fisher, Illinois, Lilly grew up reading and gaming.
She moved to Washington with her mom in 2016. Lilly has been busy pursuing her education in Network Security.
Lilly joined PCAP in June 2018, working to restructure and update the agency computer system.
In Lilly’s free time she still enjoys reading, gaming and researching Quantum Mechanics, Astro Physics and Theoretical Physics.

Victoria Amundson

Case Manager

Victoria is a graduate of Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. She graduated with a bachelor’s in human communications with a Minor in Psychology. She has many years’ experience with mothers and infants as a Birth and Post-Partum Doula. She worked for several years in the public-school setting as a Para Educator with uniquely abled populations.
Victoria enjoys working with people to help them move forward in challenging situations. She is a single mom of a son, who goes to college in Hawaii, her nephew, and two busy cats.
Victoria enjoys singing, being outdoors, and spending time with her sisters. She enjoys visiting her family Homestead in Kalispell, MT.

Toni Strand

Case Manager

Toni graduated from Washington Governors University with a BS in Business Management. Toni has a love for business and processes, she also has always found working with people to be an essential part of her life. Toni’s work experience involves an extensive background in child development, life skills and management. She says that her favorite part of being a Case Manager is assisting people in making community connections that can improve their lives and lives of their loved ones.
Family is number one for Toni, and together they try to make serving others a guiding principle. Whether through work, school, civic groups, or church, service to others in all its forms grounds us in the values that are truly important, and brings a little more joy to the world we live in.
In her free time, she enjoys camping, hiking, snowboarding, paddle boarding, friends, family, laughing, her love and watching her kiddos grow up to be the best versions of themselves.

Tammy Southward

Tammy has been in Everett for 21 years and has been Safe Babies, Safe Moms PCAP since July 23, 2009. Tammy has previously worked in many customer service jobs.
Tammy has been married 28 years. She has three daughters and five grandchildren. She enjoys living in a rural setting, likes working around the house, she loves to camp and invests a great deal of
time in her family.

Stacy Gwen Kaufman

Case Manager

Stacy is a graduate of Seattle Central College with a Bachelors in Applied Behavioral Science (2015) and a Chemical Dependency Certificate (2013). Stacy has many years’ experience with individuals with substance abuse disorders.
Stacy has a passion for what she does and enjoys giving back the community. Stacy is a single mom of a very spirited young boy and together they raise a dog, cat and fish.
Stacy enjoys quality time with her family and she also owns her own jewelry business.

Rose

Rose graduated from University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science inHuman Services. She started her social work experience immediately after graduating college in 2014 at Volunteers of America, as a Resource andInformation Specialist for 211 Community Resource Line. Then in 2017, Rose became a Certified Peer Counselor for Compass Health in the HARPS(Housing and Recovery through Peer Services) program assisting the recovery and mental health community. She has a passion supporting and empowering her recovery community and looks forward to being a part of positive change in people’s lives. Family is important to Rose, and she loves spending leisure time with them. She and her partner, Terrance, raise their teenage son and young niece. Rose’s young adult daughter recently moved out for the first time and has started her own journey in life. Rose also loves to workout, cook, read, learn new things, and spend time with friends.

Maureen Hammer

Maureen got her career started in the culinary field in management; restaurants, cruise ships, hotel hospitality, corporate dining and catering for 20 years. She graduated with a bachelor’s in business management fromNorthwest University in Kirkland. Certified as a personal trainer and nutrition coach and is an Ambassador for Snohomish running company.

Born and raised in the Everett area and currently resides in Bothell, WA. Maureen’s love language is quality time with family and friends. Enjoys running, teaching fitness classes, travel, serving at her church, gardening, cooking and teaching cooking classes. She lives life with lots of humor and loves just about anything in the performing arts. Has been in several local theater productions to include improv nights over the years and supports the local Everett civic music as well. She is married to Doug Hammer, they have a son, Colby, that loves taekwondo and running with Mom.

Meet Our Syringe Exchange Staff

Cheri Speelman

Syringe Exchange Program Manager

Cheri has been the Program Director for The AIDS Outreach Project & Snohomish County Syringe Exchange since 1996. Her background and training are in a variety of human service areas including medical assistance, chemical dependency, sexual assault, suicide prevention, grief and loss counseling, geriatric care, and client advocacy. Cheri is certified to do HIV Antibody Counseling, Testing and Referrals, and is well versed at educating others around health issues as they relate to injection drug use. Cheri manages the program’s administrative duties but what she loves most is her time spent in direct contact with clients connecting with them, listening to their stories, and providing outreach/exchange services, counseling & health education, and ongoing support. She holds two associates degrees from Edmonds Community College in Chemical Dependency Studies, and Counseling/Casework Management. She has been a member of several community organizations over the years and currently serves as the Board President for AIDS Project Snohomish County (APSC) of which she has been a member of since 1997. Cheri brings her clinical expertise and her deep compassion for people, to her work with clients and community members alike. She has established long-standing, strong working relationships with other agencies, professionals, businesses and community members in our county and across Washington State. Cheri is exceptional at connecting with ‘hard to reach’ populations in our communities. She is a strong believer in meeting people where they are and honoring another’s path. Cheri has also been a non-denominational Ordained Minister for many years.
Cheri was raised in Eastern Oregon but moved to Snohomish County in 1986. She has adult children, a teenager still at home and several grandkids whom she loves to hang out with! She enjoys traveling, being in the sunshine, creating with fabric, quilting, gardening, dining out, camping and spending time with her family and friends.

Jasmine Jones

Outreach Specialist

Jasmine is our newest staff member to our Health Education & Outreach team this year. She started as a volunteer with our program in 2017 and has been more involved over the last six months as our program needs have increased. Jasmine will be helping our program run smoother and reach more people who are in need of our services. Since 2015, Jasmine has volunteered with other community organizations, assisting in organizing and participating in neighborhood clean-ups in the Everett and Snohomish County area. At times, she also supports a local shelter by preparing and delivering food to be served to shelter participants. Jasmine is easy going and always has a smile on her face with makes it easy for clients to approach and open up to her.

Jasmine was raised in Darrington, and has lived in Snohomish County her whole life. She is married and had two children. Jasmine enjoys being a mom, rock painting and gardening with her kiddos, camping, fishing, target practice and gun safety, and spending time with her family and friends.

Matt Standerfer

Outreach Specialist

Matt has been a Health Educator & Outreach Staff with the The AIDS Outreach Project & Snohomish County Syringe Exchange since 1996. Matt’s previous experience with Snohomish Health District as a Volunteer Peer Health Educator with S.T.A.R.T. (Student’s Teaching AIDS Reality to Teens) is part of what brought him to our program. Matt is certified to do HIV Antibody Counseling, Testing and Referrals. He is very involved with community awareness & education, and has been a member of several local organizations. Matt’s very friendly nature, sense of empathy and compassion, and his innate ability to connect with others make it easy for him to provide outreach, information, education and exchange services to our county’s hard-to-reach and high-risk populations. Matt is skilled at client advocacy and often assists people in finding resources to meet their needs. Matt provides administrative assistance for our program and excels in the area of fundraising and obtaining both individual and community donations for our program. Matt is a great team member!
Matt grew up in Snohomish County, has a deep appreciation for community, and enjoys spending time with his family and friends. Matt enjoys music, camping, and gardening, and spends much of his spare time rock-hounding and creating lapidary art.