Northwest Training CenterServing Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Wyoming.
Canine Companions for Independence was founded in Santa Rosa, California in 1975. The National Headquarters and Northwest Training Center are located on the Jean and Charles Schulz Campus in Santa Rosa, California. The Schulz Campus, named after generous supporters Jean and Charles Schulz, opened in 1996. The Northwest Region serves people in Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Alaska.
Canine Companions is closely monitoring developments with the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking precautions to limit its effect on our operations, including cancelling or postponing many large group events and non-essential activities, including most travel, public campus tours and on-campus large group activities. We ask that you help us by avoiding visits to campus if you are sick or exposed to anyone sick. And please be patient with us as we may reschedule some appointments and activities. We look forward to being able to see you and serve you in our usual fashion as soon as possible!
Schulz Campus Tours:
Schulz Campus tours are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am and 2pm. Please come by to see our beautiful campus, or join us for a graduation. We hope to see you soon!
Northwest Region Staff:
Margaret Sluyk, Executive Director | Angie Escudero, Senior Director of Development | Mary Caplice, Director of Development, Donor and Corporate Engagement | Michael King, Volunteer Coordinator | Christina Ward, Community Events Coordinator | Michelle Williams, Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator | Juliet Porton, Development Associate, Grants and Foundations | Aimee Somermeier, Office Manager | Ann Hamachek, Gift Shop Coordinator
Northwest Region Board of Directors:
Linda Wight, President | Shira Mowlem, Vice President | Theresa Dutton | Floranne Fanti | Joel Louraine | P.L. Maillard | Carol Weldin | Randy Wight | Kathy Zastrow