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New Beginnings
April 1, 2014
Volume 6, Issue 2
STAFF
Genevieve N. Waller, Esq.
Executive Director
Tammy Szymanski
Office Manager
Sherry Lewis, LPC
Director of Therapy and Outreach
Melanie Snipes, LMSW
Director of Crisis Services
Kayce Singletary, MSW, MPH
Community Education Director
Mary Dell Hayes
Development Coordinator
Sarah Moran Nevarez, MSW, MPH
Volunteer Services Coordinator
Zoe McDowell
Sexual Assault Services Coordinator
Lauren Weist, LPC
Advocate Counselor
Bahiyyih Young
Underserved Survivor Advocate
Amy Meldau, LMSW
Group Services Coordinator
Alexis Stratton, MFA
Prevention Education Coordinator
Baron O’Neal
Community Advocate & Prevention
Specialist (Sumter)
January to March 2014 Statistics
 STSM staff and volunteers accompanied 83 primary
survivors of sexual assault and abuse at the hospital (43
under the age of 17).
 STSM staff and volunteers answered 137 hotline calls.
 STSM staff held 294 individual counseling and crisis
intervention sessions.
Upcoming Events
May 12
Tee It Up For STSM Golf Tournament
Golden Hills Country Club
May 21
Sumter Open House
STSM Sumter Office
533C Oxford Street
May 23
Sumter Sexual Assault Response Team Press Conference
Tuomey Foundation
May 28
Prison Rape Elimination Act Training
James R. Metts Law Enforcement Complex Training Center
May 31-June 5
Volunteer Advocate Training
Apply: Sarah Nevarez, vsc@stsm.org
June 18
Abuse in Later Life Law Enforcement Training
James R. Metts Law Enforcement Complex Training Center
July 18
Board of Directors Planning Retreat
Lake Murray Training Center
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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2013-2014
STSM Board of Directors
Jay Hamm, Palmetto Health
President
Wendy Fuess, Wells Fargo
Vice President
Guy Bradley, SCANA Corp.
Secretary/Treasurer
Jason Bradley, BCBS of SC
Ex-Officio
Kristian Bell, Collins & Lacy
At Large
Sheryl McAlister, PR Consultant
At Large
Phil Bailey, SC Senate Democratic
Caucus
Leon Bullard, Retired Physician
Emily Donaldson, BCBS of SC
Steven Johnson, BCBS of SC
Dee Moise, Davis Moise CPA
Chris Pierson, SCANA Corp.
John Wilkinson, USA Eshop
Board Member of the Quarter
Chris Pierson
Chris Pierson is the Information
Technology Manager at SCANA. He
graduated from the University of South
Carolina with a Bachelor of Science
degree and also completed his MBA.
Chris joined the STSM board at the
beginning of the 2013-2014 fiscal year
and has been instrumental in STSM’s
success this year. As a Sumter native,
Chris has helped connect STSM with
members of the community. He is also
co-chairing the 10th Annual Tee It Up
For STSM Golf Tournament.
Chris and his wife Christine are expecting their first child in
October. We can’t wait to welcome their sweet baby to the STSM
family!
“Chris has been a great contributor on the STSM Board of
Directors. He plays an active role in governance and fundraising.
We are fortunate to have leaders like Chris on our board and in
our community.”
Jay Hamm, President, STSM Board of Directors
Volunteer of the Quarter
Anna Coward
Anna Coward began volunteering as an advocate in September
2012, and has spent over 400 hours on call as a volunteer and
contributed over 80 hours of direct service. Anna is extremely
reliable. She often exceeds
the required number of on
call shifts, and has been
dedicated to continuing
education, attending many
events and often picking up
materials from those she
was not able to attend due
to work/school schedule. In
February 2014, Anna
compl eted the Group
Facilitator training, and in
March she began co-
facilitating the Sistercare
group with Group Services
C o o r d i n a t o r , A m y
Meldau. Anna has a BA in
Psychology from USC and
will complete coursework for her Ed.S in school counseling this
spring.
"Since her first volunteer interview, I have always felt that Anna
was extremely competent and could successfully advocate in
even the most unusual or complex cases, and I truly feel she has
only improved over time by blending her clinical skills with a true
commitment to advocating for survivors."
Sarah Nevarez, Volunteer Services Coordinator
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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Presented By
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and
abuse and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
It’s not too late to help make this year’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes even more
successful! We have raised almost $47,000 and with an extra contribution
we may be able to raise $50,000 total! Click here to donate now!
Meet our Donors
Gary Pennington, the
Founding Partner of
Pennington Law Firm,
is an expert in applying
legal knowledge in the
field of technology and
communications.
Mr . P e n n i n g t o n
recognizes the impact
that modern data
tracking can have for
an organization. This
led him to support
technology upgrades
for STSM to support
our migration to a new
database system to
manage our donor, clinical, and education data.
This will allow STSM to better track diverse
demographic information and most importantly,
to better track the outcomes and achievements
of our clinical and education program.
Pennington Law Firm works to identify,
recognize and reward efforts that represent the
values for which the firm stands. When asked
about his generosity, Mr. Pennington says, “I
have the mindset that we all have the ability to
help and make a difference. Everybody has
something they can give whether it’s time or
money. It’s important to me to show my
employees that we can make a difference not
just through the practice of law.”
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Attorney General Alan Wilson and
colleagues shows off their
colorful pumps.
STSM welcomed more than 800
participants at Walk a Mile in Her
Shoes in 2014.
Meet our Donors
For 65 years the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Daughters of the Holy Cross have worked to
present one of Columbia’s most popular Fall
events—The Trinity Bazaar. An amazing group
of women work to sort, price, and organize
thousands of items donated by parishioners and
community members. The bazaar features
delicious homemade goods and art, as well as
other items typically found at a yard sale.
Each year local nonprofit agencies have the
opportunity to apply to receive proceeds from
the Bazaar. STSM is proud to have been
selected to receive funding from the 2013
Trinity Bazaar. STSM received more than
$10,000 to benefit our Crisis and Clinical
Programs. This funding will ensure that all
survivors of sexual violence in the Midlands
receive the highest quality no-cost, trauma-
focused advocacy and counseling support.
The Tri ni ty
Bazaar is a fun
opportunity to
pick up books,
jewelry, home
goods, and
other fun finds
at a great price
for a great
cause. Mark
your calendar
for the upcoming bazaar on Saturday,
November 8, 2014!
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and
abuse and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
Prevention and Education
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By the Numbers
STSM’s Community
Education and
Outreach Program
provides education to
adults and youth in
Richland, Lexington,
Newberry, and
Sumter counties.
From January to
March we completed
171 sessions and
educated 876 youth
and 1,121 adults.
For more information
or to schedule a
presentation:
Kayce Singletary,
ced@stsm.org
School of the Quarter
Brookland-Cayce High School welcomed STSM’s Community Education Intern, Ashley Meador, into their
freshman Strategies for Success classroom for our Youth Violence Prevention Program. Over 80
students had the opportunity to complete Sexual Trauma Services’ program thanks to the self-
proclaimed “BC Diva,” Mrs. Lynn Summer.
“Walking into Mrs. Summer’s class makes teaching Youth Violence Prevention even more of a joy” said
Education Intern Ashley Meador. “She reminds students every day that they are ‘unique and valuable.’
I know this reminder makes students feel more comfortable about coming forward with sexual violence
concerns. It has been an honor to serve with a teacher who truly cares about her students the way
Mrs. Summer does.”
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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Counseling and Crisis Intervention
Survivor Testimonials
"I feel myself gaining tools for my emotional toolbox every time I see my counselor. I’ve already seen so many
personal gains and my family relationships are showing improvement. This far exceeds what I expected or even
hoped to accomplish"
"I may not be alive today had it not been for your services."
Community Partner
of the Quarter
Tuomey Hospital
Tuomey Healthcare System has
welcomed STSM with open
arms since we started serving
Sumter at first on a temporary
basis, and now permanently.
Emer genc y Depa r t ment
Manager, Eric McFarland has
been instrumental in providing
compassionate services for
survivors of sexual violence
served in Sumter. He has
assisted in the creation of the
Sumt er Sexual Assaul t
Response Team by not only
organizing a meeting space and
participating on a monthly
basis, but also by creating
policies and procedures to help
guide processes at the hospital.
Tuomey has also continued to
grow the SANE program and
ensure that it is a priority for
survivors to receives the best
services possible. Tuomey will
host the Sumter SART Press
Conference for the signing of
the Cooperati ve Worki ng
Agreement between the
c o m mu n i t y p a r t n e r s
participating in the SART. This
event will be held May 23rd at
10:00am with the assistance of
the Tuomey Foundation.
Trauma and Sleep
Following a trauma, many clients have trouble with sleeping; whether
it’s falling asleep, or staying asleep once you fall asleep or suffering
from nightmares, sleep is a constant issue. Being sleep deprived can
affect all aspects of our life- trauma or not- so one of the main goals
in crisis intervention is to assist clients that are having trouble in this
area immediately.
Why people experience Sleep Disturbances After a Trauma:
Stress from a traumatic event can often lead to a variety of sleep
problems. Sleep is affected for a number of reasons. One of the
biggest factors is your actual brain’s chemistry. When the body is
overstimulated, the brain is flooded with neurochemicals like
epinephrine and adrenaline that keep us awake. Increased levels of
these hormones can sometimes make it difficult to wind down at the
end of the day. The neurochemicals remain present in the brain and
can interrupt your normal sleep
cycle. The result can be
insomnia, bad dreams, and
daytime fatigue caused by sleep
disturbance. If you are having
nightmares or flashbacks during
your sleep cycle, it is possible
too that your brain and body
are unconsciously trying to
avoid sleep so that the negative
traumatic symptoms are not
experienced.
The following are common sleep problems following a trauma:
 Flashbacks and troubling thoughts can make falling asleep
difficult. The survivor might feel the need to maintain a high level
of vigilance, which can make sleep difficult.
 For those who experience violent situations, nighttime and
darkness can, in and of themselves, bring about added anxiety
and restlessness.
 Taking naps during the day might be helpful, but, if overdone,
can also interfere with your efforts to sleep through the night.
 Once asleep, nightmares can frighten a survivor back to
consciousness, and getting back to sleep can be very difficult.
 Many survivors use alcohol or other drugs to numb the emotional
and physical pain following trauma. These substances can not
only impact the healing process, they can also exacerbate sleep
problems.
OUR DONORS
OUR DONORS
W WE E GRATEFULLY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE ACKNOWLEDGE THE THE FOLLOWING FOLLOWING DONORS DONORS WHO WHO CONTRIBUTED CONTRIBUTED FROM FROM J JANUARY ANUARY TO TO M MARCH ARCH 2014. 2014.
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
CORPORATE PARTNERS__
BlueCross BlueShield of SC
Lexington Medical Center
Palmetto Health
MONTHLY DONORS_____
Debbie Billings & James Thrasher
Jamie Early
Mary Audrey Finazzo
$10,000 AND ABOVE______
Richland County Finance Department
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
$1,000 AND ABOVE______
CDI Southeast
CDW LLC
CHAMPS Software, Inc.
First Citizens Foundation
Gregory Electric
Junior Welfare League
Newberry County, South Carolina
SCBT
St. Peter's Catholic Church
Trinity Presbytery, Inc
Vagina Monologues
$500 TO $999_____________
Alyce Kemp DeWitt
Anonymous
Chad Gunnlaugsson
Junior League of Columbia
Matthew Melton
$250 TO $499_____________
P.D. Bullard, M.D.
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Survivors of sexual violence need our help. Please make a secure
online donation to STSM to support survivors of sexual assault
and abuse and to prevent sexual violence in our community, or
mail your tax-deductible check to the following:
STSM
3830 Forest Drive, Suite 201
Columbia, SC 29204
CONNECT WITH STSM!
www.stsm.org
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STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99_____________
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W WE E GRATEFULLY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE ACKNOWLEDGE THE THE FOLLOWING FOLLOWING DONORS DONORS WHO WHO CONTRIBUTED CONTRIBUTED FROM FROM J JANUARY ANUARY TO TO M MARCH ARCH 2014. 2014.
STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99_____________
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STSM supports survivors in recovery from the trauma associated with sexual assault and abuse
and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99_____________
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