Summer 2013

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Summer 2013
SERVING VICTIMS OF
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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SEXUAL VIOLENCE
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CHILD ABUSE
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STALKING
Rays of Hope
FREE SERVICES
PROVIDED BY SARC:
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24 - Hour Helpline
410-836-8430
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28 - Bed Safehouse
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Clinical Services
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Crisis Intervention
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Legal Services
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Outreach
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Hospital Companion
R A Y S
O F
H O P E
A U G U S T
2 0 1 3
SARC’s 35th Anniversary
k
Community Members from Past and Present Come Together to Recognize 35 Years of SARC Serving the Community
SARC Contact Information:
24 Hour Helpline
410-836-8430
Main Office:
410-836-8431
www.sarc-maryland.org
THEN
SARC’s first helpline volunteers
www.facebook.com/
SARCharfordcounty
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Wheels for Work
2
United Way
2
Back to School
2
Walk–A-Mile in Her
Shoes
2
Trauma Focused
Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy
3
SARC’s Legal
Director becomes a
Bar Fellow
3
Shop for a Cause
3
Thank You to our
Individual Donors
4
SARC’s 4th Annual
Rising Above It Hot
Air Balloon Festival
Weekend
5
SARC is a non-profit in Harford County
providing hope and resources to victims of
domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse,
and stalking. The agency is recognizing a major
milestone this year, it’s 35th anniversary of
serving the community.
In 1978 when a woman was sexually assaulted in
Harford County, community members quickly
realized that there were no local resources
available to assist her. Awareness campaigns by
People Against Rape, Maryland State Police,
Harford County Commission for Women, and
League of Women Voters sought to address this
issue. The agency that would later become the
Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Resource Center,
Inc. (SARC) opened its doors on July 10, 1978.
Although the original focus was serving victims of
sexual violence in the community, volunteers
answering the Center’s 24-hour Helpline quickly
learned that many victims of sexual
violence where also domestic violence victims. In
order to best serve the community, one month
after opening services expanded to include victims of domestic violence.
Joan Hodous, Hazel Hopkins, Judith Walkley,
Marlene Lieb, JoAnn Macdonald, Kathy Casey
and Kelsey Luchey have come together to revisit
SARC’s past and uncover the helping hands that
have brought SARC to where it is today. Joan
Hodous was one of those key community members in the grassroots beginnings of SARC, setting up the first helpline in her kitchen back in
1978. Eventually, the headquarters moved to the
Community Service Building in Aberdeen, funded
by a meager federal and state grant. The
organizers of SARC trained community
volunteers to provide guidance to victims, helping
240 battered women, 29 sexual assault victims
and fielding hundreds of calls in their first year.
From answering the helpline in Joan’s kitchen to
now receiving over 1,800 calls per year, much
has changed over the years but the caring hearts
of the community remain the same.
SARC incorporated in 1981. By 1996, services
included clinical counseling, legal support, a 28bed Safehouse and community outreach. Crisis
intervention services were added in 2004. A few
of the many grants that made this possible include the U.S. Department of Human Resources,
Victims of Crime Act, Governor’s Office of Crime
Control and Prevention, Maryland Victims of
Crime Fund, Maryland Legal Services Corporation, Harford County Government, U.S. Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office,
and United Way of Central Maryland, and you,
the individuals who donated so much of your
time, talent and treasure.
SARC still relies on volunteers to help support
the community. Volunteers help the staff by
answering helpline calls in their homes and going
on companion visits to the hospital when victims
are admitted.
Continued on page 3…...
NOW
Standing: Hazel Hopkins, Kathy Casey, JoAnn Macdonald
Seated: Joan Hodous, Marlene Lieb, Judith Walkley,
Kelsey Luchey
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Wheels for Work
SARC’s Emerald
Ring Raffle
Harford County’s Wheels for Work Program
and Vehicles for Change have partnered to
raise funds and donate cars to homeless
families served by SARC, Anna’s House,
Harford Family House, and The Homecoming
Project. Wheels for Work helps provide
low-wage families in Harford County with
employment transportation by donating a car to
them. You can help by spreading the word,
making a cash donation, or donating a car.
When donating a car, you can receive a tax
deduction equal to the Fair Market Value, even if the
vehicle is sold to a low-income family far below
market value.** For more information visit
www.vehiclesforchange.org or call (410) 242-9674.
**Seek professional tax advice for your situation.
Thank you
for
partnering
with SARC!
Retail Value is
$5,795
2.26 carat Oval
Emerald center gem with 6
Diamonds
totaling .53 carats set in 14kt
white gold.
Tickets are $20 each
or 5 for $50
Drawing to
take place on
September 20, 2013
Winner need not be present to win.
To purchase tickets:
www.sarc-maryland.org
Support SARC by partnering with your
workplace giving campaign.
United Way 500
Combined Federal Campaign 22909
Maryland Charity Campaign 3422
Back to School
In less than a month, Harford County schools will be ready to start a new year. Help SARC
clients get their families equipped to learn by donating a book bag filled with school supplies.
Please contact Beth League by calling 410-836-8431 or send an email to
[email protected] for more information.
SARC’s Walk a Mile In Her Shoes® Heroes
Thank you to all who participated in SARC’s 5th Annual Walk-a-Mile in Her Shoes ® event this past
spring! SARC raised $40,000 this year thanks to all of the walkers, donors, and sponsors! This money
allows SARC to continue providing services, free of charge, to clients who are on their journey from victim
to survivor. A big CONGRATULATIONS to Steve Linkous, our top fundraiser. He raised over $12,000.
Thanks to everyone who
participated!
Congratulations to Team Strut for
winning the Best Team Award!
Steven Linkous
Russell Moy
Kona Penguin
Rebbert’s Ramblers
Team Shapiro
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Inc. Xi Delta Omega Chapter
Harford Community College
Health Department Healers
Jesse Bane
Stepping Stones
Team Aubrey
Team Strut
Rod Bourn takes Babes
George Velez
Lou Ann Bane
Billy Boniface
Country Hearts
David Craig
Darin D’Onofrio
Wayne Dougherty
Fairview Walkers
Fierce on Main
Barry Glassman
Hart to Heart Heroes
Justin Hayes
Rick Howe
Christina Krause
Greg LaCour
Walk the Rite Way
Russell Baker
A SPECIAL SHOUT OUT TO Team Afghanistan
(participated virtually from their deployment!!)
Thank you to our sponsors
Harford Mutual, Aaron’s, Bel Air Downtown Alliance,
Harford Style Magazine, Jen Snyder Family
Photographer, MaGerk’s Pub and a special thanks
to the Town of Bel Air, Lydia Haskells, The Fitness
Rave, C. Milton Wright Dance Team, Tri-State
Trophies, Bel Air Police Department and Chris
Monaghn.
C O M I N G
T O G E T H E R
T O
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A B U S E
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Steve Linkous (L) receives Top Fundraiser award from event
chair and Board Member Tamera Rush
RAYS OF
HOPE
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Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Amanda Darda, Emily Sanders,
and Stephanie Powers, SARC counselors,
are newly licensed and will concentrate on
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy. This style of treatment is one of
the many ‘best practices’ SARC employs
when working with clients. Trauma
Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or
TF-CBT, is a therapeutic treatment model
designed to help children and adolescents
recover from trauma, and it is one of the
few treatment approaches for children that
has consistently been proven effective in a
number of clinical
studies. Not only have
studies shown that TF-CBT creates lasting
healing, but evidence also suggests that
recovery happens must faster when
compared to other types of treatment.
Significant healing can happen in
as few as 12 sessions (3 months) of weekly
hour and a half appointments.
The model involves individual
sessions for both the child and a caregiver, as
well as joint parent-child sessions. During
treatment, a number of important components
are incorporated, some of which include:
providing education about trauma and its
symptoms; teaching a variety of coping skills;
parent skills training; creating a narrative of
the abuse that was survived; and facilitating a
healthier parent-child relationship. One of the
unique aspects of TF-CBT, and perhaps one
of the factors that allows it to be so
successful, is that although the model
includes specific components and phases, it
is also incredibly flexible and can be tailored
to fit the needs of each family. It allows the
therapist to be creative and focus the
strengths of each child, and can include the
use of writing, art, music, or play during
session time.
Thank you Community Foundation Of
Harford County for awarding SARC a mini
grant to purchase play therapy equipment!
If you or someone you know could use SARC’s services, please call SARC’s 24-hour Helpline (410) 836-8430.
SARC’s 35th Anniversary
violence, sexual violence, and stalking, to aid its victims and to
create a society free from abuse and fear.”
Continued from front page…..
The 35th Anniversary Committee has been working over the
past few months to uncover milestones from SARC’s history
Volunteers and community members also help SARC staff in and develop a memory book to highlight the contribution SARC
preparing for and running fundraising events throughout the has had to the community.
year. These are just a few crucial ways the many volunteers
have made SARC work throughout the years.
On September 21, 2013 at SARC’s 4th Annual Rising Above It
Hot Air Balloon Family Fun Day, there will be a gathering of
SARC also offers robust support services by highly trained community members young and old to take a look at this
legal, counseling, and safehouse staff. SARC continues to be memory book, reconnect with the past, and work towards
committed to providing quality services and has been a leader strengthening SARC’s future. SARC invites everyone who has
in the implementation of best practices like Trauma Informed been part of SARC’s past to join us on September 21st at
Care. The agency has a long history of being a life line for Harford Equestrian Center for this event. The event runs from
tens of thousands of victims struggling to survive the trauma 11am to 6pm and tickets are $5, children under 5 are free. Visit
created by violence in our community. SARC’s mission has www.sarc-maryland.org for more information or like us on
guided it through the past 35 years; “we work to end domestic facebook, www.facebook.com/SARCharfordcounty.
Congratulations to SARC’s
Director of Legal Services,
Gwendolyn Tate, on being
inducted as a Maryland Bar
Foundation Bar Fellow.
Membership in the fellows is a
recognition of “outstanding
dedication and contribution to
maintaining the honor and
integrity of the legal profession,
the improvement and facilitation of
the administration of justice, the
work of the organized Bar of Maryland and civic leadership.” Membership as a Fellow is limited to not more
than 2.5% of the Maryland State Bar Association Membership.
Join SARC for Macy’s Shop for a Cause event on
Saturday, August 24. Purchase a $5 all day
shopping pass for 25% off on regular, sale &
clearance items. Order certificates online at:
www.sarc-maryland.org
All coupon sales benefit SARC!
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Wray, Natalie R Wrzesinski,
Kelly Wunderer, Thomas &
Susan Wunderer, Sharon M.
Wyatt,
Jake & Nicole
Yep-Crawford, Robin Yoder,
Merrie & Scott Yosua, Jody
Youll, Rick Zaborowski, Brian
& Jessica Zeller,
Heather
Ziehl, Deidra Zimmerman.
T
hank you to our
2013 individual
donors from January to
mid-July!
Crystal Adams, Jenna Adle,
R. Scott Agar, Deanna Alessi,
Michael J. Alexander, Colleen
Allen, Dr. Bonnie N Anderson,
Kathy
Anderson,
Serena
Anderson, Anonymous,
Jennifer Arches, Debra Arnold,
Stephen Askew, Cheryl
Austin, Rich Aversa,
Michael J Ayrer, Kate Bahoric,
Marcia
L.
Bailey,
COMING
TOGETHER TO
END
ABUSE
Thank you again for
partnering with us in creating a society free from
abuse and fear.
RAYS OF
HOPE
PAGE 5
SARC’s 4th Annual Rising Above It Hot Air Balloon
Festival Weekend
Balloon Glow Gala
Family Fun Day
is an evening of hot air balloons glowing in the
will include hot air balloon displays,
evening dusk, dining, auctions, a raffle, and dancing
Clydesdale horse rides, goats, food, music,
with music provided by The Klassix.
concessions, face painting, performances, the
Friday, September 20, 2013
Orioles Bird, and, new this year— a Mommy Market!
7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Bulle Rock’s Silk’s Restaurant
11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sponsored by Harford Mutual
Harford County Equestrian Center
(Please use Route 40 entrance to reach the Restaurant.)
(Please leave your pets at home.)
Tickets available at SARC’s website: www.sarc-maryland.org
SARC ’s Annual Sponsors:
SARC’s 4th Annual Rising Above It Hot Air Balloon
Festival Weekend Sponsors
Balloon Glow Gala Sponsor:
Harford Mutual
Gold Sponsors:
APGFCU
Gemcraft Homes
Innovative Insurance Solutions
MediaWise, Inc.
Wegman’s
Silver Sponsors:
Chesapeake Professional Women’s
Network
Flowers by Lucy
Harford Community College
Kathy Casey Non-Profit Consulting
Macy’s
Schneider Electric
“What’s Your Story?”
Bronze Sponsors:
Ciampaglio Potter Associates
Clean Cuts
Movement Mortgage
Corporate Sponsors:
84 Lumber
Booz Allen Hamilton
L & L Company
SRC
Window World of Harford
Friend Sponsors:
Advanced Eye Care
Chesapeake Title Company, LLC
Cohn Reznick
Free State Numismatics
Garceau Realty
Harford Bank
Lynch Construction
Mid Atlantic Title
Morgan Stanley
PNC
Others:
Legallogs.com
NBRS
Northeastern Supply
Frito Lay
C&C Golf Carts
REICO
Gala Entertainment Sponsor:
Laurel Bush Family Dentistry
Family Fun Day Activities Sponsor:
L Property Management
35th Anniversary Emerald Ring Raffle:
Saxon’s Jewelry Centers
Propane Sponsor:
Southern States
T-Shirt Sponsor:
County Movers
Portable Restroom Sponsor:
Bobby’s Portable Restrooms
Hospitality Sponsor:
Wingate by Wyndham
Balloon Sponsor:
Light Flight Hot Air Balloons, Inc.
First Aid and Child Find Services:
Hart to Heart Transportation
Media Sponsors:
Aegis
Harford’s Heart Magazine
Harford Style Magazine
MD Arrive
WAMD Radio
Family Fun Day Food Vendors:
Cows on the Loose
Food By Fire
Fountain Green Concessions
Jr;s Pit Beef
Kona Ice of Bel Air
McShane’s
WOLO Mobile Food Truck
Family Fun Day Exhibitors:
An Etch Above
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region
CruiseOne
Girleegurlz
Harford Christian School
Harford Community College
Harford County Public Library
Harford Family House
Harford Day School
Humane Society of Harford County
Marcia Flores Jewelry
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Sweet As You Confections
Tupperware
Upper Chesapeake Health Link
Family Fun Day Entertainment:
Chung’s Martial Arts
Extreme Family Entertainment Co.
Hoppin’ Hawks
Kinetic Youth Academy
Nothin’ Up My Sleeve
The Orioles Bird
Stone House Jam Academy
Uncle Pete
Zumba with Carmen
Serving victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse and stalking in Harford County for 35 years.
Be sure to stop by the SARC tent t during Family Fun Day to share in the memories of SARC’s history.
Indicia
information
here
P.O. Box 1207 Bel Air, MD 21014
Coming Together to End Abuse for 35 years: 1978—2013
www.sarc-maryland.org
If you receive multiple mailings or need to update your address, please call 410-836-8431 or email [email protected]
SARC provides presentations to groups on
the following topics:
• Legal Services (presentations available in
English and Spanish)
• General Services
• Healthy Relationships
• Domestic Violence
• Sexual Violence
• Volunteering
And many more!
Contact us today for more information:
Phone: 410-836-8431
Email: [email protected]
Thank you to our
corporate donors!
(January to Mid-July 2013)
A Country Setting, Aaron’s Sales
& Lease, Aberdeen Lioness
Lions Club, Aimee Cayks,
Amazing Glaze, American Music
Theater, An Etch Above, Anita
C. Leight Estuary Center,
Anonymous, APGFCU Forest
Hill Office, Applebee's,
B Fabulous, Baltimore Blast,
Baltimore Coffee & Tea,
Baltimore Museum of Industry,
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra,
Bank of America Card Services,
Bank of America United Way
Campaign, Barbara Park, Barely
Used, Basta Pasta, Battelle
Eastern Science & Tech, Bel Air
Athletic Club, Bel Air Corvette
Club, Bel Air Downtown Alliance,
Bel Air Liquors, Bel Air United,
Bertucci's, Black & Decker, Inc.,
Bonefish Grill, Boordy
Vineyards, Booz Allen Hamilton,
Boyle Buick GMC, Brogue
Hydroponics, Broom's Bloom,
Buffalo Wild Wings,
C. Milton Wright High School,
Call Me Ishmael, Catholic
Charities, Centerstage,
Chesapeake Contemporary
Dentistry, Cleartree, Clorox,
Coffee Coffee, Constellation
Energy Group Foundation,
Courtland Hardware, Inc.,
Cul-de-sac Candles,
CyberGrants Inc., Dark Horse
Saloon, DuClaw Brewing Company, Dutch Wonderland, Edible
Arrangements, Ekklesia
Community Ministries, Inc.,
Empire Auto Detailers,
Ewenique Yarns, Exploration Art
School, Extreme Balloons
Family Entertainment, Fallston
Liquors, Fast Park, First Nutrition
of Bel Air, First Presbyterian
SARC would like to thank
The Mallet Crab House and Sports
Bar for hosting the very first Glam
Ladies Night Out! The event, which took
place on June 6th, raised funds for
SARC programs.
A special thank you to our vendors: An Etch Above, Beauti Control Skincare
Spa, CruiseOne, IT Works, Juice Plus, Mary Kay, Miche, MITRE, Morgan
Stanley/ Smith Barney, Nerium International, Origami Owl, Pampered Chef,
Party Lite, Pathways to Whole Living, Scentsy, Silpada, Stampin Up, Sweet
Minerals, Swirl Jewelry, Stellar Health, Theresa Liberto Tupperware, Thirty One
Church, Flesh Tattoo Company,
Inc., Flying Plow Farm, Forest
Hill Lanes, Fountain Green
Concessions, Fox Bow
Neighborhood Association,
Freestate Numismatics,
Friendly's, Friendship Wine &
Liquor, GE United Way
Campaign, Gemcraft Homes,
Girl Scout Troop 5277, Global
Impact, Gold's Gym, Good
Cause, Greenspring Gift House,
Group Benefit Strategies,
Hardesty Capital Management,
Harford Bank, Harford
Community Action Agency,
Harford Community College,
Harford County Commission for
Women, Harford County
Council, Harford County
Humane Society, Harford
County Public Schools, Central
Office, Harford Jewish Center,
Harford Mutual, Harford Mutual
Insurance, Harman's Produce,
Hart to Heart Transportation,
Havre de Grace Seafood
Festival, Heartbeat, HMS
Insurance Associates, Hochheim
Prarie Insurance, Ice World,
Infused Spreads, Innovative
Insurance Solutions, Iron Birds,
Jarrettsville Creamery,
Jarrettsville Homemakers, JC
Custom Trim, Jim's Bottleworks,
JLD Inc., Jones Junction, Jordan
Thomas Salon, Jr’s Pitt Beef,
Justice Plus +, KCI
Technologies, Inc., Keyes
Creamery, Kilby Cremn, Kurt M.
Chenowith Mem. Foundation,
Law Offices of Henninger &
Henninger, LLC, Liberatore's,
Looney's Pub North, Lorna
Paredes, Main Street Cigars,
Mamie's Café, Marcia Flores
Jewelry, Mary Kay, Maryland
Legal Services Corporation,
Maryland State Police, McCormick & Company, Inc.,
McShane's Gourmet Deli,
Mikulski for Senate, Milburn
Stone Theatre, MITRE, Morgan
Stanley, NBRS Financial Bank
Foundation, Origami Owl,
Pampered Chef, Party Lite,
Pennsylvania Lumbermens
Mutual Insurance Company,
Pepperidge Farm c/o Sewell
Enterprises, Pepperidge Farm,
Inc., PepsiCo Foundation,
Presbyterian Women, Pro Edge
Sharpening, Red Brick Station,
Regis, Rick Parks, Ring Factory
Elementary School, Ruggles,
Savona, Scotto's Café,
Shamrock Coffee, Shelter
Alliance, Smoothie King,
Southern States, Spalding
Software, Stampin Up, Steak &
Main & Lucca Sophia, Stellar
Health, Inc., Stephen Knoll,
Stone House Publications,
SunTrust United Way Campaign,
Superior Drug Testing, Sweet As
You, Sweet Devotion, Swirl, T.
Rowe Price Foundation, Talbots,
Target, Texas Roadhouse,
The Aegis, The Arena Club,
The Green Turtle, The Mallet
Restaurant & Crab House, The
Mill, The Morris A. & Clarisse
Mechanic Foundation, Inc., The
Olive Tree, The Vineyard, Thirty
One, Thomas Wagner &
Associates, Truist, Two Sisters,
United Health Group, United
Way Campaign Fund, United
Way National Capital Area CFC,
Verizon, Verizon Wireless,
Visage, Vulcan Materials, Web
IXI, Webster Congregational
Christian Church, Wendy's,
What's Your Story?, William H.
Cox, Jr. Real Estate, Inc.,
Window World of Harford, Wine
World Beer & Spirits, Wiseman
Associates, Wockenfuss,
WOLO, Inc., Woodhall Wine
Centers, Woodlea Bakery,
Woolly Hill Farm, WXCY, YMCA,
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