Meet the Team

Welcome to the Caledonia Children's Advocacy Center. We pride ourselves in supporting the healing process of each victim that walks through our doors! We're happy to assist in any way we can.


Christopher St. Cyr

Executive Director

Chris joined the Caledonia SIU as our Executive Director in 2017. He is a retired police officer and worked in Whitefield and Lancaster, NH, and Essex County, VT. He serves as a Command Sergeant Major in the NH National Guard with over 30 years of service. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration and completed Executive Development Course at Justice System Training and Research Institute at RWU. His is married and has two adult children.


Sarah Gerry

Victim Advocate / Case Manager

Sarah joined the Caledonia Children's Advocacy Center in 2019. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Anthropology/Sociology from Northern Vermont University-Lyndon and an Associates Degree in Armament Systems from the Community College of the Air Force. She is a member of the 158th Fighter Wing as an Aircraft Armament Specialist.


Angelina Zola

Administrative Assistant

Angelina completed her internship with us while attending Northern Vermont University-Lyndon majoring in Psychology and Human Services with a minor in Criminal Justice. Upon graduating we asked her to continue as our administrative assistant and is an integral part of our team at the Caledonia Children's Advocacy Center. 

Welcome to our Center

Here you'll find photos of our center, so you know what to expect during your visit! Our furniture arrangement may change, but the space remains a calm and welcoming area. 

Welcome Area

As you enter our center we take it upon ourselves to take your temperature and screen you for COVID-19 related symptoms. We have masks and hand sanitizer available!


Children's Area

Our children's area is equipped with a small table for coloring, books, and toys in the toy chest!

Waiting Area

Have a seat and make yourself comfortable while you wait for your child to be interviewed. You will also have the opportunity to speak with our Victim Advocate who can help connect you with services in our local community.


Interview Room

Our cozy yet spacious interview room is a place where your child can feel comfortable telling their story to our investigators. This 1 on 1 process helps your child to recall information that happened during the incident.

Video Room

Our detectives and investigators watch the interview from a separate room where it is recorded on our system and retained only by DCF and Law Enforcement.