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September 1, 2009
New Beginnings
2009-2010 STSM Board of Directors
President: Cheryl Bullard, DHEC Vice President: Heidi Scott, RCSD Secretary/Treasurer: Guy Bradley, SCANA Ex-Officio: Kaye Jones, Colonial Life At Large: Judy Powers, NBSC At Large: Jason Bradley, BCBS Pam Baker, McNair Law Firm Walter Caudle, The MMTG Group Roxana Kahn, Palmetto Health Monique Mack, RCSD Susan Maupin, Mid-Carolina Coop. Dee Moise, Davis Moise CPA Mary Jane Peck, Colonial Life Preston Winkler, Greater Columbia Community Relations Council IN THIS ISSUE
Crisis Counseling Prevention Volunteer Donors Executive Director’s Report Collaborations and Financials
The President’s Report
Last year, the President’s report began with these sentences: “Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands has had an outstanding year! We have a new Executive Director, financial stability, a new home, and a wonderful staff.” I am pleased to report that those sentiments continue to be appropriate. We have a new Executive Director, as of January of this year, and we continue on a path of financial stability. We are also fortunate to have a well-qualified, dedicated, and stable staff. Our volunteer corps is especially strong and focused on providing quality services to our victim population. In the last quarter of 2008, the Executive Director resigned. The Board, in an effort to assure current staff of continuity of operations, immediately appointed Genevieve Waller, our Director of Development, as interim Executive Director and appointed a search committee. We began recruiting for a well-qualified, experienced professional to assume this position. We were fortunate to receive a number of applications from persons with experience with non-profits, as well as genuine interest in pursuing goals and objectives defined by the Board. After reviewing applications and conducting phone interviews, we narrowed the potential field to three applicants. These persons met with key staff and the search committee. After careful deliberation and consideration of STSM’s needs, staff input, and comprehensive review of each of the applicants, we selected Ginny Waller as our new Executive Director. Ginny not only did an outstanding job in her interim capacity, but also continued to function as development coordinator. The Board, on the recommendation of the search committee, determined that we indeed had the best and the brightest person to continue to build on the agency successes and to guide us in future growth and service delivery. Ginny has been very busy pursing opportunities for training for the Board and staff. The United Way of the Midlands selected our agency as one of the Partners in Compassion (PIC) participants for 2009. This selection has been an honor and an amazing opportunity for this agency. We have received capacity-building in Board Governance, Strategic and Fundraising Planning, and Volunteer Program Measurable Outcomes. The program required a high level of participation, not only by the Executive Director and Staff, but also by Board Members. The Board is engaged in strategic planning and committee development as well. We are also undertaking a concentrated effort to review and strengthen the agency mission and vision statements to assure that we are clearly and appropriately communicating the agency mission. Ginny has also brought honor and positive recognition to STSM by the awards and recognitions she has received. During the SCVAN (SC Victim's Assistance Network) 22nd Annual Victims' Rights Week , Ginny was awarded Outstanding Service Provider. This award is given to a direct service provider who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to assist crime victims. Ginny has also been elected to the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Board of Directors and Chair of the Sexual Assault Interest Group. She has also actively and successfully pursued community partnerships with the local hospitals and service providers. We are especially proud of STSM’s community education efforts. These presentations and trainings stress healthy relationships, as well as helping to identify and define effective strategies in avoiding sexual violence. STSM is dedicated to these efforts at early intervention, especially with students and teachers, with a view toward fulfilling one of our defined philosophies: “We
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
STSM provided 378 crisis interventions (hotline/hospital), 126 crisis counseling sessions with 67 survivors, 785 follow up services, including advocacy, education, and emotional support, to 392 survivors, and legal and criminal justice advocacy to 65 survivors. The Crisis Director and Sexual
Assault Services Coordinator presented at seven community events and organizational meetings on various topics from counseling survivors of PTSD to college assaults. The
Director of Crisis Services is a member of the South Carolina Immigration Victim Network, designed a new program brochure, coordinated a drastic increase of referrals from the Department of Mental Health and MERCI, and assisted the Executive Director in revising the employee policy and procedure manual. In 2008 The Sexual Assault Services
Coordinator was awarded a scholarship to the Annual South Carolina Law Enforcement Victim Advocate Conference, featuring a wide array of speakers from different
organizations such as SCADVASA, SCCJA Gang Unit, SLED,
Crisis Staff Joan Amado, LMSW Director of Crisis Services Melanie Griffin , MSW Sexual Assault Services Coordinator Page 2
Solicitors, medical personnel, and therapists from within the field. The Sexual Assault Services Coordinator is also a
member of the SCCADVASA Sexual Assault Awareness Month Planning Committee, the Richland and Lexington Sexual Assault Response Teams, and the Not for Sale AntiTrafficking Coalition.
Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
COUNSELING PROGRAM STSM provided therapeutic services to 458 survivors of sexual assault and/or abuse and 173 group sessions within nine group settings in the fiscal year. The Group Services Coordinator trained nine new group facilitators and attended a number of trainings on teen violence. STSM staff presented at 23 community events or organizational sessions and served in various organizations, including the Newberry Interdisciplinary Council, the Richland County Domestic Violence Council, and the Women’s Advisory Committee. The Advocate Counselor assisted in outreach to the Hispanic/Latino communities through attendance at the South Carolina Cross Cultural Healthcare Conference and the Cinco de Mayo Dine and Discuss, to name a few. In 2009 the Advocate
Counselor was awarded a scholarship to the South Carolina Victim Assistance Academy.
Counseling Staff Sherry Lewis, LPC Director of Therapy and Outreach Daphne Pearson, LPC-1 Advocate Counselor Jennifer Gantt, MSW Group Services Coordinator
STSM Events in 2008-2009 4th Annual “Tee It Up for STSM” Golf Tournament — April 2008 25th Anniversary Gala: “25 Years of New Beginnings” — October 2008 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Movie in the Park — April 2009 Community Partner Appreciation Open House — April 2009 Clothesline Project — April 2009
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
Education Staff Katie Reid, Director of Community Education and Outreach
COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACH In 2008-2009 the Community Education and Outreach Program made a total of 31,519 contacts in Richland, Lexington and Newberry Counties. The program was staffed by one full-time
director and two part-time graduate assistants for USC’s School of Public Health, with additional assistance by the Director of Therapy and Outreach. Despite a decrease in staff from the previous year, the Education Program continued to see growth. STSM partnered with 27 schools, seven churches, four businesses, and 35 other nonprofit and community organizations. STSM’s Education Director attended quarterly meetings of the Educator’s Roundtable at the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA). The Education Director also held positions on SCCADVASA’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month Committee and a committee to create a training on dating violence for educators across the state. STSM also holds a close relationship with the South Carolina Department of Education; STSM’s Education Director was a member of their Student Protection Project, which met on an ongoing basis to produce training materials for schools and create other ways to promote safety in schools. The Education Director also assisted with South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy’s Richland County Advisory Council. In January 2009, STSM was chosen as one of 20 international organizations to partner with Darkness to Light on their Prevent Now! Initiative. As such, STSM has added the Stewards of Children child sexual abuse program to its current roster of services. County Richland Lexington Newberry Contacts 15,852 14,733 856
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
Volunteer Staff Mary Dell Hayes, Volunteer Services Coordinator
VOLUNTEER PROGRAM In 2008-2009, 155 volunteers contributed 6,942 volunteer
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hours to STSM, through advocacy on the hotline and at the hospital, community events, and administrative work. The
Volunteer Services Coordinator trained 33 new volunteer advocates and four new Speaker’s Bureau members in this fiscal year. She presented at 13 community events, created and implemented two continuing education sessions on SOVA filings and child sexual abuse, and recruited and coordinated 200 volunteers for the annual Five Points St. Patrick’s Day Festival. The VSC oversaw the creation of a Volunteer Advisory Board and a volunteer perks package. She is a member of the Midlands Affiliate of the South Carolina Association of Volunteer Administrators and the United Way Midland’s Young Leaders Society Steering Committee’s Volunteer Subcommittee. Volunteer of the Year James Dubose On Thursday, April 23 the United Way of the Midlands awarded James DuBose the Community Impact Volunteer of the Year award. James completed more than 500 hours on call and more than 130 hours on hospital calls in 2008-2009. James was also selected by staff as STSM’s Volunteer of the Year!
Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
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300 Senate Street Brittany Adams Toni Adams Agnes Rogers Circle (TRUMC) Allegra Print & Imaging Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Kelley Alston Betty Amick Blake D. Amick Brian and Susan Amick Mary Dell Amick Anderson Logistics Vernon Anderson Applebees Donna Arndt Andrew Arnold Michelle Austin Frank T. Avignone III Trust Gayle Aycock Amy Ayers Keith Babcock Laura E. Baker Bank of America Matching Gifts Nancy Barton Shanna Bass John Beard Bellacino’s Karl Benko Kelly Bessent Harriett Betterson Danny Beville Mary Bickley Mary Bigham Bi-Lo on Augusta Road George Bitterwolf Barbara Blau Blockbuster BlueCross BlueShield of SC Jason M. Bobertz Hope Boggs Todd Bonner Teresa Borum Sonya Bostic Sally Boyd Colleen Bozard Carly Bradenburg Guy M. Bradley Jason Bradley Stacey Bradley Sandra Brant Betty Brewer Deborah Brewer Robert G. Brewer Deloris Brinson Chappelle Broome
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
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Meredith Plyler Pollock Susan Poole Lorraine Pospischil Elizabeth Potter Adelaide F. Powell Judy Powers Project Hope Dennis A. Pruitt, Sr. Rhonda Quinones Emily Rawlings Ryan C. Reed Tammy Reed Julia Reese Deborah A. Richards Debra and Carl Richardson Rebecca Richardson Richland County Richland County Sheriff’s Dept. Riley, Pope Laney Douglas Rizzo Alan and Maxine Rosenfeld Rotary Club of Five Points Rotary Club Vista Nights Daniel J. Rossman Sarellar Rowes Nora Roy Ray Rusmussen Diane Savage SCANA SCCADVASA Cindy Scott-Durham St. Andrew’s Woman’s Club St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields Foundation St. Peter’s Catholic Church Skye Sanders Diane Savage Schmoyer and Company Hope Schwanhausser Heidi Scott Rateisha Scott Cindy Scott-Durham Tina Selfridge Randal Senn Seven Doors, LLC Schmoyer and Company, LLC Shunae Sherman Edward Shirley Stacy Shuler, Jr. Kelly Shuptrine SIRIUS Sol and Helen Silver Cheryl Simmons Leona Sims Anne M. Sinclair Samantha Sinclair
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
Vista Events Karen K. Volcanes Thomas Wagner, Jr. Joyce Wagster Walmart Debbie Wainwright Genevieve and Ed Waller Angelynly Ward Vicki Watford Bettye Weaver Marti Weaver Lynn Weber Websense Ethel Weinberg Sheila Werner Angela White Cynthia and Arthur White Jerry C. Whitley Jean Whitley Wild Wing Plantation Andrea Williams Gordon B. Williams James Williams Lakoskski Williams Kenneth Williamson Adrian Willis Barbara Willm Windermere Club Kim Wilson Barbara Windham Mitzi Winesett Bobby Wise Kimberly Wisnewski Sherry Wollman Robert C. Workman Marvin Worthey Ellen Emerson Yaghjian Zaxby’s Amanda Zentz Zoe’s Kitchen
The Executive Director’s Report
Whew—what a year! Finally, an opportunity to sit back, take a deep breath, and reflect on the blessings and challenges of fiscal year 2008-2009. Three words summarize the year best: HUMILITY, DOGGEDNESS, and GROWTH. Just like most other nonprofits, STSM truly felt the impact of 08-09’s economic recession. After reductions in our federal fund award early in the fiscal year, followed by reductions in state funds throughout late 2008, STSM administration reduced the agency’s budget by more than $70,000. The reduction significantly impacted the professional development of staff, outreach efforts, and innovation. STSM staff hunkered down, refreshed our troops through in-house trainings, and kept on dreaming and planning. I am proud of how carefully staff worked with the limited funds provided to their programs and yet achieved so much. Despite staff turnovers in late 2008, the workforce at STSM couldn’t be stronger now. Many of our staff have been here for a year or longer, including the Office Manager, the Director of Education and Outreach, the Advocate Counselor, the Group Services Coordinator, the Sexual Assault Services Coordinator, the Volunteer Coordinator, and yours truly. Several of us are from the Volunteer Advocate pool and have been with the agency years prior to actually getting a paycheck. STSM has developed from a simple agency providing direct services to a cutting edge, complex agency that focuses on measurable outcomes through evidencebased techniques, including the new Stewards of Children curriculum and the motivational enhancement therapy techniques. In addition, we revamped the measurable outcomes within the Volunteer Program, measuring whether or not the client understood the short and long term impact of the assault, victim compensation through SOVA, the importance of counseling, and a laundry list of other important information for victims who have been sexually assaulted and have reported to the hospital. We are also measuring the level of distress prior to advocate intervention and thereafter. Now, instead of counting numbers of survivors we served, we can show the true impact of our services on the lives of our clients. Other highlights of the fiscal year include a strengthened relationship with Newberry County, the resurrection of the Lexington Sexual Assault Response Team, the creation of business plans for each program and staff members, and the most successful Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the agency’s 26-year history. With a strong funding foundation from increased federal funds, dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers, and the wherewithal to accomplish anything, 2009 -2010 will be an exciting and amazing year. Hold on to your seats; it’s going to be a wild ride!
Thank you to our many donors, sponsors and grantors. As Friends of STSM, you support our mission and enable our continued focus to provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
SC Office of Victims Assistance Lexington Medical Center Mental Illness Recovery Center Lexington County Sheriff’s Dept National Sexual Violence Resource Center SCANPO Cardinal Newman Richland/Lexington School District 5 Cayce Public Safety 5th and 11th Circuit Solicitor’s Offices Assessment Resource Center Providence Hospital SCCADVASA Columbia Police Dept Sistercare Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network Heathwood Newberry School District SLED Post Trauma Resources Newberry Memorial Hospital Richland and Lexington Sexual Assault Response Teams SC Victim’s Assistance Network St. Lawrence Place Killingsworth Shelter Newberry Sheriff’s Dept
STSM works with a variety of community partners to maximize services to survivors and the community and to avoid duplication of services. A few are set forth below:
Palmetto Health/Sexual Assault Lexington Police Dept Richland County Sheri’ff’s Dept Morris Village The Women’s Shelter Department of Mental Health Lexington School Districts 1, 3, and 4 USC Sexual Health and Violence Prevention DIVA Ft. Jackson/ Moncrief
Richland School Districts 1 and 2 Columbia College DHEC Lexington Community Health Partners
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believe in working to effect change in societal attitudes and beliefs about the issue of sexual assault and abuse through education and collaboration…” The agency has also launched a new child sexual abuse prevention program in partnership with Darkness to Light, called the St ewards of Children Program. This program is intended to raise awareness and reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse by educating adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. I encourage you to visit the STSM website at to learn more about this program. STSM continues to be well-staffed with a dedicated, hardworking group of people committed to helping sexual trauma survivors move forward, as reported by last year’s Board President Kaye Jones. The staff and volunteers continue to provide survivor and family services, community education, including student and teacher trainings, as well as expanding our volunteer recruitment efforts. As former President Jones so eloquently said: “Without the strong collaboration of these individuals and the community, we could not help so many in need. “ In closing, despite the stressed local, national and global economic situation, STSM continues to be financially strong, largely due to the generous support of our loyal and dedicated donors. Although we have pursued additional grants and funding opportunities, the generos ity of our benefactors is not only appreciated but desperately needed to continue the agency’s vitality. We continue to be committed to serving the needs of victims of sexual trauma, and to assure that these victims and their families receive therapeutic support, indicated referrals, and advocacy. Sincerely, Cheryl H. Bullard President, STSM Board of Directors
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A special thank you to our 2008-2009 board members who completed their service commitment with the agency . . . Jim Burns, Kay Crapps, Mike Heaton, Elizabeth Potter, and Randy Senn. Thank you for your years of service. You will be missed!
Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
Financial Report
PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE: Contributions City of Columbia Lexington Medical Center Lexington County Newberry County Richland County DHEC Victims of Crime Act United Way of the Midlands Special Events Interest Net change in endowment assets TOTAL $ 94,683 $ 9,800 $ 30,000 $ 10,000 $ 5,000 $ 50,542 $ 102,381 $ 176,082 $ 26,129 $ 45,240 $ 498 ($2,400) $ 547,955
FY 2008-2009
EXPENSES: Salaries Payroll Taxes Employee Benefits Professional Fees Supplies Telephone Postage Occupancy Equipment & Maintenance Printing & Publications Travel Volunteer Program Dues and Subscriptions Professional Development Insurance Miscellaneous Depreciation TOTAL $ 304,733 $ 25,409 $ 30,341 $ 25,249 $ 7,012 $ 6,285 $ 2,356 $ 47,620 $ 13,541 $ 1,780 $ 7,480 $ 687 $ 1,037 $ 2,760 $ 5,697 $ 1,814 $ 16,406 $ 500,207
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Mission: To provide services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.
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