Lindy Turner Hardin Announces Retirement After 20 Years at CAPC


After two decades of dedicated service to the Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC), Lindy Turner Hardin has announced her retirement as the organization's esteemed Executive Director. Under her visionary leadership, CAPC has blossomed into a $22 million non-profit powerhouse, employing over 200 staff members and providing crucial support to more than 1,000 children daily in the preschool programs. Additionally, CAPC's case management and mental health services have positively impacted countless families in need.

One of Lindy's crowning achievements during her tenure at CAPC has been the remarkable growth and success of the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. This year, CASA celebrates its 20th anniversary in San Joaquin County, thanks in large part to Lindy's unwavering commitment. The program, which relies on hundreds of dedicated volunteers, has been instrumental in advocating for the foster youth of our county, providing them with a voice and invaluable support during their most vulnerable moments.

Lindy Turner Hardin's leadership has not only transformed CAPC but also elevated the welfare of countless children and families in our community. Her passion, dedication, and tireless efforts have left an indelible mark on the organization as well as San Joaquin County. Lindy will be dearly missed, and her legacy will continue to inspire us all.

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About the Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC)

The Child Abuse Prevention Council is a leading nonprofit organization committed to preventing child abuse and neglect in our community. CAPC provides essential programs and services that support children, families, and volunteers, ensuring the safety and well-being of our most vulnerable members. For more information about CAPC, please visit

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