Board of Directors
Meet CACC’s Board of Directors representing a diverse group of justice professionals.
Judge Stephen Manley
Superior Court Judge, Santa Clara County
Judge Stephen Manley
Judge Manley founded the Santa Clara County, CA Drug Court in 1994. Under his leadership, Santa Clara’s Drug Court became a national model, and helped spur the implementation of similar programs throughout California. In 1999, Judge Manley launched Santa Clara’s Mental Health Court, which is now the largest in the United States. When he noticed an increase in the number of veterans appearing on his dockets addicted and seriously mentally ill, he once again took action. In late 2008, he launched one of the first Veterans Treatment Courts in the United States. Today, Judge Manley personally presides over a number of Collaborative Justice programs and calendars that include more than 2,300 offenders who participate in treatment and rehabilitation services while on probation or parole.
Judge Manley’s efforts to promote treatment and recovery for the addicted and mentally ill do not end in his courtroom. He has been a tireless advocate for policies that expand these opportunities to every citizen in need. In California, Judge Manley has participated in the drafting of legislation that expanded and funded treatment courts, created and funded pilot reentry courts for parolees, and greater opportunities for veterans to receive treatment as a part of probation. In Washington, DC, he is no stranger to Members of Congress as he is a vigorous and effective advocate for the drug-addicted and mentally-ill in the criminal justice system.
An innovator, visionary, and advocate, Judge Stephen Manley has saved countless lives and impacted criminal justice policy throughout the nation.
Deborah Cima was the Drug Court Coordinator for the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino from 1997 to April 2017. She has planned, implemented, and sustained seven adult drug courts, four mental health courts, Dependency Treatment Court, a Veterans Treatment Court, and three juvenile delinquency drug courts. She is responsible for the training, data collection, budgets, and grant management of the programs.
Ms. Cima has a master’s degree in Counseling/Psychology and is an adjunct professor at San Bernardino Community College. Deborah helped develop the California Coordinator’s Working Group network in 2001 which continues to meet to this day. She was a facilitator for the National Drug Court Institute and currently the Vice President of the California Association of Collaborative Courts.
John Domantay has worked with the Superior Court of Alameda County since 2006 as Treatment Specialist/Case Manager in the Office of Collaborative Court Services. John’s experience includes work in the Adult Criminal Treatment Court, Family Treatment Court, and the Homeless & Caring Court. While attending law school, John was employed as a counselor at the Bay Area Addiction Research and Treatment (BAART) clinic in San Francisco.
John has a B.A. in Psychology and Criminology from the University of South Florida and obtained a J.D. from John F. Kennedy University School of Law. In law school, John also completed internships in San Francisco with the Homeless Advocacy Project and the California Appellate Project.
Dr. Wendy Broughton
COO, Mental Health System
Dr. Wendy Broughton
Dr. Broughton is an energetic Chief Operating Officer with 23+ years of experience as a change agent, leader, and behavioral health champion at Mental Health Systems/TURN. Core competencies include contract negotiation, budgeting, critical business analysis, implementing operations strategies, ensuring executive goals are attained, demonstrated leadership, and excellent public relations communication. Dr. Broughton is an astute highly regarded industry leader, employs innovative solutions to elevate organizational performance including training programs, new business development, is known for maintaining an uncompromising focus on high-quality standards for clinical excellence, and is an accomplished writer. Dr. Broughton has a proven track record in executive operations, fiscal accountability, strategic market planning, cross-functional systems, and new business development.
Dr. Broughton has served on numerous boards and committees, including California Association of Alcohol and Drug Professional Executives (CAADPE), CAADPE Criminal Justice Committee, Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP), Executive Partners Committee, appointed to the Judicial Council’s Collaborative Justice Courts Advisory Committee, and continues to serve on the California Association of Collaborative Courts Board of Directors.
Dr. Broughton maintains certification with California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) as an Addictions Specialist and is also a Certified Master Life Coach.
Dissertation and White Papers include:
- Access to Care to Medication Assisted Treatment
- Criminal Justice Interventions and Services
- Mental Health Systems Medication Assisted Treatment
- Telehealth Efficiencies
- Assertive Community Treatment and Full-Service Partnership Treatment
- Mental Health in COVID-19 Recovery
- San Diego Business Journal Healthcare Roundtable
- PTSD and Mental Health Awareness
Judge Debra Givens
Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Yuba
Debra L. Givens
Judge Debra L. Givens was elected to the Superior Court of California, County of Yuba in 2004, and has served as the presiding judge since 2008. Judge Givens’ primary assignments have included civil, probate, juvenile dependency and juvenile delinquency calendars. She has also presided over the criminal drug court/PC 1210.1 calendars since 2010.
She is a board member on the California Association of Collaborative Courts. She is a member of the Anthony M. Kennedy American Inns of Court, a legal organization dedicated to civility, ethics and professionalism in the practice of law and in our courts, serving as a judicial master from 2004-2008. Judge Givens also serves on the Joint Legislation subcommittee for the Trial Court Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers Advisory Committee. She has served as faculty for the Judicial Council’s Center for Judicial Education & Research teaching classes in criminal and civil law, and as a speaker on a civil law panel for the National Business Institute.
During her tenure on the bench, Judge Givens implemented the following programs in the Yuba County Superior Court: Court-Sponsored Civil Mediation Program (2005); DUI Court in Schools (2009); Yuba County Blue Ribbon Commission (2009); Yuba County Digital Law Library (2009); Friends of the Yuba County Drug Court (2012).
Prior to joining the bench, Judge Givens practiced criminal defense law and served as the Yuba County Public Defender. Her law firm was instrumental in creating one of the first drug courts in Northern California in 1995. Judge Givens received her BA from UCLA in 1987 and her JD from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1991.
Judge Dan Healy
Superior Court Judge, Solano County
Dan Healy was elected to the Solano County Superior Court in 2010. He presides over a felony trial, mental health and veterans court calendars in Vallejo, CA.
April Frey LCSW, CATC IV received her Master’s in Social Work and Certification in Criminal Justice from California State University, San Bernardino. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a CATC IV with ACCBC and completed her AOD Studies at San Bernardino Valley College.
April has been in the behavioral health field for 20 years, specializing in the criminal justice involved population and working in drug courts for over 15 years including Adult Drug Court, Juvenile Drug Courts, Family Preservation Courts, and several Diversion Programs. April has worked for the Riverside University Health Systems for the last 19 years and is currently the Program Administrator for their Behavior Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Programs. Her previous work for Riverside University Health Systems includes mental health and substance abuse prevention, treatment outpatient programs for a variety of modalities and populations, and full-service partnerships.
April’s current work is focused on CalAIM initiatives and integrated services throughout Riverside County. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the California Association of Collaborative Courts. She is passionate about collaborative courts and the partnerships created to help criminal justice involved clients find recovery and build their lives.
Deputy Public Defender, Solano County Alternate Public Defender’s Office
Ms. Maroufi has been a public defender since 2003 and currently works at the Solano County Alternate Public Defender’s Office. As a long-time public defender, she is dedicated to racial justice, the models of collaborative courts, and the empowerment of her clients. Currently, her focus includes drug court, mental health court, juvenile delinquency and conservatorships.
Ms. Maroufi also serves on California Lawyer’s Association’s Criminal Law Section as an executive committee member and is the current Vice Chair of the board. She also served on CLA’s Racial Justice Committee as a co-leader for two years which has brought incredible programing and legislative support to critical racial issues in California.
Complex Care Coordination Manager-West, Wounded Warrior Project
Randee McLain Malone is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); US Navy veteran and spouse of Active Duty who has dedicated her career to helping individuals and families overcome a variety of challenges. She has extensive experience working with veterans, active military members, and their families, as well as with people dealing with mental health, substance use, housing insecurities and justice involvement. She has since worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health clinics, large non-profits and as a national trainer.
Ms. McLain Malone earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from San Diego State in 2012 and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California in 2014. RanDee is currently in her Doctoral Program at Simmons University.
Ms McLain Malone remains active in her veteran’s community sitting on the California Association of Collaborative Courts; Mayor T Gloria’s Military Advisory Council; Operation Dress Code Co-Founder; San Diego Military Women’s Luncheon Chair and Director of Community Engagement for the San Diego Enforcers.
RanDee is a consultant for NADCP and Justice for Vets where she trains mentors and staff in treatment courts across the country. In her spare time, she writes a monthly column on mental health in San Diego Veterans Magazine. RanDee was name San Diego County’s Veteran of the Year in 2014 and in 2021 was named one of San Diego Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes for her work during the COVID 19 response.
Program Manager, Vista Hill Foundation
Meet Randy, our dedicated and passionate board member with a wealth of experience in the substance use disorder field. With an impressive background of 17 years working with non-profit organizations, Randy brings an unwavering commitment to helping individuals overcome the challenges of addiction and reclaim their lives.
Throughout his career, Randy has been at the forefront of advocating for a collaborative and holistic approach to addressing substance abuse. His deep understanding of the complexities of addiction and its impact on individuals and their families has driven him to play a vital role in developing and implementing innovative programs that have made a lasting difference in the lives of countless people.
Randy’s journey in the substance use disorder field began with a strong desire to make a positive impact on society. Over the years, he has honed his skills in providing compassionate counseling, empowering individuals to break free from the grip of addiction and offering invaluable support during their recovery journey.
Randy’s approach is centered on collaboration, empathy, and empowerment. He firmly believes that everyone deserves a second chance and that with the right support and resources, anyone can overcome addiction and build a brighter future. His dedication to the cause, combined with his unique insights, has helped us shape our programs to be more effective and responsive to the ever-evolving needs of our community. Beyond his professional achievements, Randy is known for his warm personality and approachable nature. He is always willing to lend a listening ear, offer guidance, and inspire hope in those who seek assistance.
Executive Director, Crossroads Foundation
Roxy Walnum M.A., LAADC
Roxy Walnum M.A., LAADC has been in the behavioral health field for over 30 years, specializing in the criminal justice involved population and working in drug courts for over 10 years. Her experience includes overseeing residential and outpatient programs in a variety of modalities and populations, co-occurring disorders, women with children, homeless, medicated assisted treatment (MAT), and in custody. She is the Executive Director at Crossroads Foundation, a residential women’s center in San Diego, California.
Roxy was instrumental in developing an effective case management program in San Diego, working with parents referred from the dependency courts. Roxy is passionate about collaborative courts and the partnerships created to help criminal justice involved clients save their lives. She believes in the impact successful alumni have on their families and the community at large.
She has a B.A. in Business Management and Master’s in Counseling from the University of Phoenix and is a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LAADC). Roxy previously provided treatment for the San Diego County Collaborative Courts as the Program Manager for Mental Health Systems, East County Center for Change. Roxy recently became a facility member for NADCP providing training for other collaborative courts. Roxy currently sits on the Board of Directors for the California Association of Collaborative Courts (CACC) and California Association of Supervised Visitation Service Providers (CASVSP).