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2016 Summer East Tennessee Newsletter
Summer 2016 Newsletter
Improving the lives of the people we serve
Tennessee links physical and mental health care
By Jerry Vagnier, CEO and president
The state of Tennessee’s Bureau of TennCare is transforming the
current Level 2 Mental Health Case Management into Tennessee
Health Link, a behavioral health home model of care. TennCare
members who currently meet eligibility criteria should be eligible
for Tennessee Health Link according to the Bureau of TennCare. The
program, as defined currently by the state, will allow providers like
the Helen Ross McNabb Center to become Health Link providers
and coordinate both the behavioral health services as well as the
physical health services that a client may need. Individuals living
with serious mental illness face an increased risk of having chronic
medical conditions.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness
(NAMI), on a national level, adults living with serious
mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than others, largely due to treatable medical conditions. This
statistic points to the need for integrated care.
The model incorporates nurses to lend their expertise to the care
management component of the new program. In theory, there are
many TennCare members that currently do not receive Level 2 Mental Health Case Management that would be eligible for Health Link
services. Adults with chronic mental health disorders and children
with severe emotional disorders would benefit from a coordinated
model of care. Our case managers are capable of helping improve
our clients’ health statuses by
maximizing their ability to
engage clients, facilitate
appointments and ensure proper health care
follow-up. Ultimately
this model of care is
expected to not only
improve the long-term
health of members
but also save the state
money as their health
improves.
Payment
reform for this model
of care will move the
model from a fee for
service
reimbursement to a monthly
case rate reimburse- The Helen Ross McNabb Center director of nursing,
ment. The two primary Kellye Hudson, and a children and youth integrated
components of the service team registered nurse, Lindsay Heath, work
model are medically to coordinate physical and mental health care at the
directed care coordi- Children and Youth Center in Knoxville.
nation and case management. The clinical model is sound, but the
funding is to be determined. As with all clinical services, the funding
must support the model.
What’s inside...
Integrative Health Homes
PAGE 2
Foundation funds service needs PAGE 3
Supportive housing opens
PAGE 4
Donor honor roll PAGE 5
2016-2017
Helen Ross McNabb Center
Boards of Directors
Center Board
Ms. Heidi Barcus
Ms. Nancy Cain
Mr. Wade Davies
Past-Chair
Mr. Joe Fielden
Mr. Charles Finn
Chair
Mr. Mike Fishman
Mr. Ted Flickinger
Dr. Joe Johnson
Mrs. Debbie Jones
Treasurer & Chair-Elect
Mr. Dale Keasling
Mr. Ford Little
Secretary
Mr. Richard Maples
Mrs. Della Morrow
Mr. Joe Petre
Mr. James Schaad
Mr. Ross Schram III
Hon. Richard Stair
Dr. Karen Sowers
Dr. Mary Kay Sullivan
Mrs. Nikitia Thompson
Mrs. Traci Topham
Mr. Clarence Vaughn
Foundation Board
Mr. Patrick Birmingham
Mrs. Linda Gay Blanc
Mrs. Leslie Blanton
Mrs. Debbie Brown
Mrs. Betsey Bush
Secretary
Ms. Elizabeth Campbell
Ms. Stefanie Crowe
Mr. Greg Gilbert
Treasurer
Mr. Bob Joy
Mr. Steve Kitts
Mr. Mark Kroeger
Mrs. Fran Leonard
Mr. Jim Lloyd
Mr. Richard Montgomery
Mr. Davis Overton
Past-Chair
Mr. David Ownby
Mrs. Sylvia Peters
Mr. Don Rogers
Mr. Keith Sanford
Mr. Andy Shafer
Chair
Mr. Mitch Streenrod
Mr. Jerry Vagnier
Ex-Officio
Mr. Carl Van Hoozier
Chair-Elect
Mr. David Wedekind
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Our Integrative Health Homes experience
Tennessee is committed to improving the
performance and efficiency of our state’s
health care system to improve the overall health of Tennesseans. Recent legislation made it possible for community mental
health centers to hire primary care physicians
and opened the door for the Center to explore integrated health care models with a pilot program called Integrative Health Homes.
With funding provided by the first Helen
Ross McNabb Center Foundation grant, the
Kellye Hudson was promoted as the director of nurs- Center developed and implemented the proing to implement Integrative Health Homes.
gram. The Center used funds to hire a director
of nursing, an adult nurse care coordinator and a pediatric nurse to coordinate clients’ behavioral health needs as well as primary care needs and ensure they are cared for in an integrative
manner. To date, the team has served 110 adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses
who have comorbid medical conditions and 102 children experiencing serious emotional disturbances and chronic medical conditions in the Integrative Health Homes Pilot Program.
“We are looking forward to continuing to develop a model of care that takes into account our
clients’ behavioral health and physical health needs,” said Mona Blanton-Kitts, vice president of
clinical services. “While it is in its formative stages, Tennessee Health Link has the potential to
improve the lives of the people we serve by broadening our continuum of care.”
Gavin* is a life improving through Integrative Health Homes. Due to dysautonomia, Gavin has
cardiac and neurological problems, along with other medical issues, that were making it difficult for him to receive mental health care. Mental health providers were hesitant to treat
Gavin and risk interfering with or exacerbating his medical conditions, and Gavin’s mom says it
was difficult to find doctors willing to work together to help her son. By the age of 15, he had
been hospitalized twice for depression and anxiety symptoms, including thoughts of suicide.
Then, a friend told Gavin’s mom about the Helen Ross McNabb Children and Youth Center in
Knoxville. At his first appointment, the intake clinician told Gavin and his mom about the Integrative Health Home Pilot Program that began in October 2015 and asked the health home
coordinator to meet with them. Gavin’s mom had tears of joy and relief in her eyes when the
health home coordinator asked for the names of all Gavin’s doctors in order to coordinate care
between the McNabb Center and his medical providers.
“That was such encouragement that we were in the right place,” Gavin’s mom says of that first
meeting. Gavin and his mom felt safe for the first time with a mental health provider thanks
to the in-depth, quality, and compassionate continuum of care provided by Integrative Health
Homes. It has been 4 months since that initial visit, and Gavin’s mom is happier than ever with
the care he is receiving. “I am so impressed with your program and the fact that you are willing to work as a team,” she said. “You are the first people to do that for us and it’s a breath of
fresh air!” The program will soon launch as Tennessee Health Link, an initiative by the Bureau
of TennCare.
*Name changed
McNabb Foundation funds first-episode psychosis
programming for young adults
Due to continued community support, the Helen Ross McNabb
Center Foundation will use funding to meet identified service
gaps in our community. The Center’s clinical leadership applied
for the second annual grant through the Foundation, and firstepisode psychosis programming for young adults was selected
for funding. The Foundation will provide $180,000 to meet
the unique needs of young adults experiencing initial psychotic symptoms with the goal of preventing future episodes. As a
mental disorder, schizophrenia and psychosis involve symptoms
of delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, impaired motor skills, lack of emotional expression and a decreased ability to
engage in daily activities. While psychosis can be experienced at
any age, most symptoms onset between the ages of 15 and 35.
It is estimated that approximately 1 percent of the population in
the United States will experience schizophrenia or psychosis at
some point in his or her lifetime. At the time of the initial episode,
a person may have had a full and functional life with no indication
of schizophrenia or psychosis up to that point. After the symptoms onset, however, psychosis can be intruding, distracting and
even disabling. Getting help early is essential to treat symptoms
and provide support so the activities and relationships that are
important to stability and wellness can stay intact.
“The majority of individuals with serious mental illness experience their first symptoms during adolescence or early adult-
hood, and there are often long delays between the initial onset
of symptoms and a person receiving treatment,” said Substance
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Administrator Kana Enomoto during her testimony to Congress.
“The consequences of delayed treatment can include loss of
family and social supports, reduced educational achievement,
disruption of employment, substance use, increased hospitalizations and reduced prospects for long-term recovery.”
As a premier mental health agency, the Center is a leader in the
provision of innovative services for people living with a mental
illness. First-episode psychosis programming will complement
our continuum of services by allowing us to place an emphasis
on treating an individual at the initial point he or she experiences symptoms. The Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) approach
shows promising outcomes. The evidence-based practice includes a team that works collaboratively with youth to identify,
assess and treat early psychosis. Evidence shows the earlier the
intervention for first-episode psychosis, the better the outcomes
in terms of stability and management of the illness. Identifying
the illness early is key for young adults. Moving forward, the state
will continue to create funding opportunities for first-episode
psychosis programming, and the Center will be well prepared to
actively seek ongoing revenue streams to sustain the project into
the future with positive outcomes and expert staff.
McNabb welcomes new medical director, Dr. Karthi
Namasivayam, to clinical staff
The Helen Ross McNabb Center is
proud to announce the addition
of Dr. Karthi Namasivayam to
its team of providers.
am will oversee medical practice and policy for all adult psychiatric services at the Center. He is board certified in psychiatry by
the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Namasivayam
has lived in and served East Tennessee for nearly 10 years.
Dr. Karthi Namasivayam, also
known as Dr. Karthi, is now
providing care through the
Helen Ross McNabb Center’s adult outpatient mental
health centers. As the adult
medical director, Namasivay-
“We are honored Dr. Karthi has joined our mission
of improving the lives of the people we serve,” said
Leann Human-Hilliard, vice president of clinical services. “Experienced medical doctors like Dr. Karthi
increase the Center’s ability to provide excellent care
as well as provide greater access to services.”
Bob Kesling and Bert Bertelkamp Golf Tournament
raises “MONEY!” for mental health services
The annual Bob Kesling and Bert Bertelkamp Golf Tournament, presented by Regal Entertainment Group, was held at Holston Hills Country
Club in Knoxville. This record-breaking day brought together 160 golfers
and raised more than $62,000 for the Helen Ross McNabb Center.
East Tennessee golfer, Drew Langley, beat the odds on the greens. He
made a hole-in-one and won $25,000. This is no easy feat considering
the chances of making a hole-in-one on a par 3 for an amateur golfer
are 12,500 to one, according to the National Hole-in-One Association.
“The Helen Ross McNabb Center has been near and dear to my heart for
many years,” said Bert Bertelkamp. “It provides services to people who
are often forgotten and in the most need of supportive services.”
The golf tournament is a Helen Ross McNabb Center tradition, lasting
more than 20 years and was previously hosted by basketball legend –
Coach Pat Summitt.
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Home is where the story begins:
New supportive housing serves Hamilton County
Home is where the story begins! The Helen Ross McNabb Center
opened the doors to Bailey Home for the first time to celebrate
with the community. Bailey Home is a new supportive living facility in Chattanooga for adults living with mental illness who are
in need of supportive services. In 2015, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee awarded the McNabb Center a grant
in the amount of $341,300 to create a supportive living facility
for adults who need a place to stay after being discharged from
a mental health facility. This funding allowed the McNabb Center to build a brand new facility and to provide greater access
to affordable housing for individuals with disabilities in our community. The new facility has five bedrooms and houses 10 adult
individuals at full capacity. Bailey Home provides comprehensive
support services to each resident through both on-site and community resources with a dedicated staff who works 24-hours a
day to assist with daily living skills, ensure medication needs are
met and coordinate daily life skills groups. In addition, McNabb
Center outpatient mental health care and The Lighthouse peer
support services are in close proximity to Bailey Home.
“The Center has provided supportive services
and quality mental health care in Tennessee
for nearly 70 years. If provided access to quality care, individuals and families can find hope
and healing. Community partners, like UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee, are
helping create more opportunities for individuals with mental illness to find the help they need,
when they need it,” said Jerry Vagnier, Helen
Ross McNabb Center president and CEO.
Integrating supportive living with access to mental health
care and social support greatly increases the opportunity
for success, health and independence. Between 70 percent
and 90 percent of individuals with mental health problems
have significant reduction of symptoms and improved quality of
life with a combination of therapy, medical help, and continued
support, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
“We recognize that without a place to call home, people who
suffer from mental illness can get caught in a pattern of staying
in hospitals, shelters and even the criminal justice system,” said
Rita Johnson-Mills, CEO of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
of Tennessee. “People who are living with and recovering from
their mental illness deserve the opportunity to live healthier and
more independent lives, and the purpose of this support is to
help make that a reality for more Tennesseans.”
The new facility is more than just a place to sleep. It is a newfound reality of recovery and wellness for the Bailey Home residents. The Center is in the process of renovating three other supportive living facilities in Chattanooga through its Access to Care
Campaign. To learn more visit, mcnabbcenter.org/foundation.
(From left to right) Stephanie Carter, HRMC; Mona Blanton-Kitts, HRMC; Jerry
Vagnier, HRMC; Ross Schram III, Center Board; Gayle Lodato, HRMC; Ute Strand,
UnitedHealthcare; Mayor Andy Berke, Chattanooga; Rep. JoAnne Favors, State of
Tennessee; Sen. Todd Gardenhire, State of Tennessee; Hayley Clothier, UnitedHealthcare; Rep. Mike Carter, State of Tennessee; Lilli Correll, UnitedHealthcare;
Michelle Berthon, UnitedHealthcare
Big BBQ Bash draws tasty talent to East Tennessee
The smell of delicious barbecue filled the air of downtown
Maryville in the scenic foothills of the Smoky Mountains when
more than 35
professional
teams from
across
the
nation competed in the
2016
Big
BBQ Bash.
The event is
a Kansas City
Barbeque
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Society (KCBS) sanctioned, professional barbeque cook-off and
a fundraiser for the Helen Ross McNabb Center. Teams competed in the categories of pulled pork, ribs, brisket, chicken, dessert
and a special Wampler’s Farm Sausage category. Prize money
totaling $10,000 was awarded and, of course, bragging rights
for the top three teams in each category. Under the Radar, from
Kingsport, Tennessee, will hold the title of Grand Champion until
next year’s competition. For a full list of scores and placements,
visit www.blountbbqbash.com. Since its inception in 2007, the
Big BBQ Bash has raised nearly $125,000 for charitable causes
in Blount County. All proceeds from the 2016 Big BBQ Bash will
benefit mental health, addiction treatment and social services
provided by the Helen Ross McNabb Center.
The following gifts were made between April 1 - June 30, 2016
Access to Care Hamilton
County Campaign
City of Chattanooga
First Tennessee Foundation
Tennessee Health Foundation
Access to Care Hamilton
County Staff Campaign
Tiara L. Brown
Nancy Cain
Mark Dickson
Heather Ericson
Angela Glass
Trish Horner
Tim Larson
Gayle Lodato
Alisha Montgomery
Matthew Naylor
Mariah O’Bryant
Alex and Amanda Patterson
Jewell Payne
JoAnn Poschke
Teresa Robinson
Access to Care Knox
County Campaign
Joel W. and Melinda Connell
First Tennessee Foundation
David B. and Wendy Fiser
Ted Flickinger and Julie Howard
IT 4 The Planet, LLC
David and Martha Reynolds
Bo and Jane Shafer
Addiction Treatment Services
Humana, Inc.
Jane L. Pettway Foundation
Trinity Health Foundation of
East Tennessee
Big BBQ Bash
Wayne Blessing
Tom and Mary Bogart
Randy Boswel
Calvin and Amanda Broom
Eliot Brown
Larry and Beth Brown
Bush Brothers & Company
Bradford Carraway
Terry Chandler
Cherokee Millwright, Inc.
Mark and Melony Colquitt
Community Network Services
Chris and Melissa Conner
Denso Manufacturing
F&W Floor Covering
Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
Janie Fields
Margaret Flynn
James Frankovich
Friends of Doug Overbey
John D. and Sharon Grigsby
David and Myra Hair
Hoggy Bottom Boys
Doug Horn
JDC Masonry, Inc.
Kyle and Raina Kant
Lamon & McDaniel Builders, Inc.
Philip and Amy Large
Christopher J. Leonard
Tom and Debora Leonard
Massey Electric Company
Abriel McCord
McGaha Electric Company, Inc.
Sean E. and Whitney L. Mikel
Marty and Kristie Milsaps
John and Becky Molloy
Shelley Newby
Newell Rubbermaid
Roy and Sharon Oller
Mike and Jill Owens
Kenneth Patton
Pilot Travel Centers
Process Supply
Josh and Emily Pruitt
William and Cindy Shepard
Otto and Kim Slater
Smoke On This
Soggy Bottom Smokers
Spicer Rudstrom, PLLC
Scott and Cynthia Spitler
Stowers Machinery Corporation
Art and Janet Swann
The Bar-B-Q-Pit Crew
Jeff and Cindy Thompson
Chad and Melissa Tindell
Andrew and Amanda Tinsley
Fred and Jane Tolhurst
Volunteer Veterinary Hospital
Watson Family Dentistry
Blount County Clinic
Family Promise of Blount County
Bob Kesling and Bert
Bertelkamp Golf Tournament
Bacon & Company, Inc.
Balter Beer Works
David R. and Denise Breeding
Business Graphics and Services
Citadel Construction, Inc.
City-Wide Service Club
Creative Structures, Inc.
Denark Construction, Inc.
Eagle Distributing Company, Inc.
First Watch
Garza Law Firm, PLLC
Charles E. and Martha Gaut, Jr.
H.T. Hackney Co.
Hiller Plumbing, Heating & Cooling
Company, Inc.
Hodges and Pratt Company, PC
Home Federal Bank
Jeff Jacoby
Robert K. Kesling
Knoxville News Sentinel
Lakewood Capital Group, LLC
Land Rover of Knoxville
Andrew and Andrea Langley
Jason Lay
Martin & Company
ORNL Federal Credit Union
David and Jessica Ownby
Hilde Phipps
Pugh CPAs
Lisa Reagan
Regal Entertainment Group
Regal Foundation
Sports Radio
Stowers Machinery Corporation
Teklinks, Inc.
The Cherokee Group
WBIR-TV
William S. Trimble Company, Inc.
ChildNet East Tennessee
Dee and Anne Anderson
Nicholas and Melissa Chase
Young Professionals of Knoxville
Children and Youth Services
Girl Scout Troop 20339
Dear Santa
Lorie Matthews
Pajama Program
Gina Reed
Oliver A. and Sarah Smith IV
Domestic Violence Shelter
& Sexual Assault Campaign
City of Knoxville
Sarah Hunter
Immaculate Conception Church
Cameron Koucheki
Law Women University of
Tennessee College of Law
Pilot Travel Centers
Dick and Docia Powell
Donald B. and Nancy Preston
Timothy Priest
W. James and Angela C. Pugh, Jr.
Student Organizations Fund of
the University of Tennessee
Tanya L. Townsend
United Way of Greater Atlanta
Jo Van Vleet
In memory of Curtis Wright
Brett and Karen Able
John Adams
Wendy Anderson
Steve W. and Ann H. Bailey
Dorothy and Clifford Barbour
Mary H. Bedinger
Amy Broome
William H. Cannon
Henry E. and Lin Christenberry III
Thomas G. Ford
Felicia Gaddy
William Hamm
James A. and Dee Haslam III
Graham A. and Cynthia Hunter
Frances Huster
Edwin and Julia Huster
Lee and Susan Iglehart
John and Ann Jarrard
Kenneth R. Maples
Mary Martin
J. Robert and Margaret Page
Chris Pass
Pugh CPAs
William P. and Carole Reeves III
Rice Automotive
Thomas A. and Priscilla Siler
Ed Smith
Fred and Helen Stone
Tennessee Automotive Association
Harry and Susan Thayer
Stephen T. and Ruth West
Tonya Willis
Sexual Assault Center
Staff Campaign
Megan Abraham
Alice A. Adokpa
Kodie Albers
Candace Allen
Carmen Allison
Laura Allison
Tonya Andrew
Brooke Bagley
Nic Ball
Katie Banks
Nick and Nico Barajas
Jeremiah Barker
Aaron and Jill Barnes
Stephanie Benjamin
Ashley Bergman
Delois Bernard
Lisa Berry
Kimberly A. Bird
Mona Blanton-Kitts
Debbie Blevins
Howard Z. Blum
Kimberly Boamah
Jill Boateng
Tricia Bollmann
Jennifer Boyle
Christine Brabson
Kristin Bradley
Lauren Brobrowski
Paula R. Brooks
Tiffany Bryan
Dustin Bryant
Brooke Burchfield
Erica K. Burnette
Daniel Burtch
Brandon Byrd
Amanda Campbell
William Cansler
Brad and Jessica Carlton
Bryce J. Carter
Donald Carter
Stephanie Carter
Brett Cassidy
Erica Chambless
Sharon Chastain
Christiansen Family
Leslie Clemmons
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Trish Cunningham
Melissa Cupp
Melodie Daniels
Deanna Davey
Linn Davidson
Aaron Davies
Lisa Dixon
Sarah Domoracki
Shannon D. Dow
Janay Drost
Lorrie B. Durham
Laura Emhof
Stephanie Erickson
Lois Estep
Beth Farrow
Sierra Finley
Glenna Ford
Marsha Foster
Brad Franks
Dan Gallogly
Lanis Gass
Cheryl Geames
Will Giebert
Brett Gleason
Katherine Goad
Julia Gosset
Shelby Graves
Kamesha Green
Jen Greenlee
Raneika Greenlee
Cara Hale
Chris Hatmaker
Dan Hatmaker
Jordan Haynes
Morgan Henry
Markie High
Greg Hill
Roxanne Holloway
Haven Housewright
Paula J. Hudson
Alana Hughes
Lindsay Hughes
Kayla Hyder
Michael Ivy
Janet Jenkins
Kelsey Jenkins
Charlotte Johnson
Sheena Johnson
Daren Poppen and Mary Katsikas
Wayne Kear
Melinda Keesy
Tanya Ketterman
Miranda Knight
Kayla Knoll
Kike Kotsianas
Brandee Kriger
Brenda Lane
Elizabeth Laughlin
Kimberly Leffall
Sandi Legeman
Igor Lesan
Corky Long
Emily R. Lovejoy
Michael Lucas
Linda Lundy
Valerie Malone
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David and Catherine Manning
Michael Maurer
Jacquelyn McGhee
Ashley McKamey
Rebecca McKnight
Jennifer McLaughlin
Connor McNeal
Jewell Minnich
Marissa Mode
Mom “children are life/pride/joy”
Jana Morgan
Ray Morrison
Amy Mullins
Tony Murchison
My Sweet Pea and Space Hamster
Pam Nixon
Angela L. Obear
John Oglesby
Kate Orem
Bethany Ott
Patricia Paden
Tami Pankey
Kathryn R. Paradis
Cara Parker
Diana Pattison
Scott Pearson
Christina Perkins
Jennifer Phillips
Hilde Phipps
Porche, Ceslee, Leeah
Misty Post
Sabrina Powers
Teresa Pruitt
Denis Racila
Melissa Reed
Amanda Reynolds
Cheryl Rivera
Danielle Roach
Brooke Robbins
Rebekah Robinson
Stephanie Rollins
Emma Rowland
Lori Russell
Gene Rutkauskas
Brittney Satterfield
Cassie Satterfield
Rick Sawyer
Patricia Saylor
Staci Saylor
Emily Scheuneman
Tony Sellers
Rachel Sexton
Michelle Sharp
Keidre Shaw
Sarah Shireman
Kelli Shoopman
Rebecca Shumate
Houston and Carletta Smelcer
Kathy M. Smith
Meghan Smith
Susan Spencer
Kaleia Spires
Amanda Stevens
Cindy Stewart
James Stiltner
Lindsay Stone
Rebecca Strunk
Lauren Stuart
Angela Sullivan
Natalie Tawney
Clif and Nan Tennison
The Cash Family
The Costner Family
The Reid Family
The Scott Family
Matt Thompson
Amy Thonton
Jerresha Tinker
Kirstin Toole
Carla Turner
Cara Turpin
Jerry and Amy Vagnier
Jheri Volner
Stephanie Waldschlager
Michael Waltke
Jason Warren
Sherry Westfield
Mandi White
Scott Williams
Monica Williamson
Rusty Winchester
Amy Yerka
In honor of all foster children
Ashley Acord
In honor of all sexual assault
survivors
Lindsay Martin
Melissa Moore
Heather Webb
In memory of my father,
W. R. Dukes
Pamela D. Hill
In memory of my husband,
Chad Helvey
Anneita Helvey
In memory of Trula Stokes Lynch
Jamie Smith
In memory of Bill Rogers
Mandy Rogers
In memory of Reuben and
Norma Rorex
Barry Rorex
Evening of Hope
Craine, Thompson & Jones, P.C.
FTB Advisors- Greg Steisslinger
HealthStar Physicians
Holston Gases
Jefferson Federal Charitable
Foundation
Taylor Law Firm
Family Crisis Center
In honor of every man who has
been a victim of sexual assault
Galen Sturup
Donna Billingsley
Blue Ridge Yoga and
Wellness Center
Cato Fashions
Cuddles for Christ
Jolie Gaston
Loetta Gaylon
Jane L. Pettway Foundation
Junior League of Knoxville
Knoxville Pays it Forward, Inc.
Carl Lakin
Team Health
In honor of Macy
Megan Hinds
In honor of Nancy Carmon
Ossoli Circle
In honor of my fellow survivors
Anonymous
Gifts of Support
In honor of Barb
Caitlin Heinig
In honor of my grandma,
Anne Pollock
Amy Canfield
In honor of my mother
Cortney Copeland
In honor of Samuel Keirsey
Anthony Keirsey
In honor of Birdie Whitlock
Kayla Tatum-Sharp
In memory of Katoia Banks
Lauren Gangaware
In memory of Catherine Couch
Lisa Barrett
AmazonSmile Foundation
Bank of America Charitable
Foundation
Samuel E. and Mary Beall
George E. and Nancy Doebler
George F. and Elaine T. Goosmann
Robyn Graves
JC Penney Cybergrants, LLC
Brian Kennedy
Joe Mont and Kane McAfee
Della H. and William Oliver
Philoptochos Society
J. Gordon and Emily L. Smith
Tennessee Health Care
Association
TIS Insurance Services, Inc.
Minette Townsend
Travelers Community Connections
UT-Battelle
James and Linda Williams
George and Susan Wilson III
In memory of Jacob P. Blumenfeld
Kramer Rayson LLP
In honor of Senator Richard
Briggs
Tennessee Health Care
Association
In memory of John Connell
Susan C. Conway
In memory of Willie G. Cundiff
Stewart S. Asbury
Rick Norris
In memory of James Wall
Pat S. Morton
Great Starts
Michelle Clarkson
Stephanie Coughlin
Hamblen County
Capital Campaign
Lakeway Foundation, Inc.
Hamblen County
Residential Services
Peter and Trudy Dreyer
Joani Wilson
Knoxville Challenger
Tennis Tournament
Joseph L. and Judy Johnson
Robert and Eleanor Kassem
Metropolitan Knoxville
Airport Authority
Paul Serrell, M.D.
Tennessee School of Beauty
Light the Way
Chloe Armstrong
Lauren N. Ballard
Katie Banks
Austin Bigney
Kiley Compton
Heather Deyton
Christopher and Connie Donahue
Beth Farrow
Lindsay A. Garner
Faith N. Johnson
Jill Joyce
Melinda Kirk
Frances E. Leonard
Brandi Major
Kim Mitchell
Daniel Murphy
Catherine Oaks
Jenny Onley
Kobi Peters
Emily Scheuneman
Caitlin O. Seidler
Teresa Sheppard
Studio Arts for Dancers
Jerry Vagnier
Caleigh Van Nortwick
Paul A. Varlan
Jennifer Weeks
WUTK 90.3 The Rock
Young Professionals of Knoxville
Martha A. Withers Friendship
House Fund
Longevity Awards
Russell Biven
Summer Clayfest
All Conventions & Expo Services
Barre Belle Yoga & Fitness
Bonefish Grille
Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball
DATIS HR Cloud, Inc.
Dollywood
Hearth & Patio
Holly’s Gourmet’s Market
Kroger
Massage Envy
Nama Sushi Bar
NASCAR Speed Park
National Fitness Center
Pure Barre
Pure Luxe Salon, Spa,
and Medspa
Rafting in the Smokies
Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
Rock City
Salon Visage
Sheraton Sand Key Resort
Southern Belle Riverboat
Chattanooga
Stellar Visions & Sound
Target Store
Tennessee Valley Railroad
Museum
The Egg & I
TurboSpin
Wilderness at the Smokies
Wonderworks
Henry F. and Sandy Bertelkamp, Jr.
Mental Health Endowment
Home Federal Bank
New Hope Recovery Center
Evangelical Community Church
GE United Way
PACT Program
Beta Sigma Phi
Cokesbury United Methodist
Church UMW
Community Network Services
It’s So Yummy Cafe
Sacred Heart Women’s Group
Allan Associates Architects
Clayton Family Foundation
Dow Chemical Company
Faulkner Properties
Storage Solutions, Inc.
Sevier County
Capital Campaign
United Way of Sevier County
Sisters of the Rainbow
Southland Books
Saundra Edwards
Spirit Award Dinner
Samuel E. Beall II
Matt Beeler
Adam and Jenny Brock
Cachepot
Elizabeth Campbell
Carleo Entertainment
Conversion Properties, Inc.
Dan Cottingham
Blenza B. Davis
Dead End BBQ
Fig & Company
Glass Bazaar
Marcia Goldenstein
Good Golly Tamale
Holston Hills Country Club
Initially Amy Fay
Joseph E. and Pat Johnson
Robert and Chris Kahn
George and Cheryl Kershaw
Knoxville Beverage Company, Inc.
Liz-Beth & Co.
Middlebrook House
Warren and Kathy Payne
Plaza Package Store & Libation
Station
Prestige Cleaners, Inc.
Bill J. and Genetta Pugh
Denise Purnell
Ritter Ridge Landscaping
Season’s Cafe
Staybridge Suites
J. Norman and Virginia Swain
Nikitia Thompson
Tomato Head
Carl and Gail Van Hoozier
Courtney Zirkle
Therapeutic Preschool
Akima Club
Central Flats and Taps
Church of the Good Samaritan
Kiwanis Club of West Knoxville
Veterans Housing
Federal Home Loan Bank of
Cincinnati
Veterans Services
In memory of Norma J. Kitts
Floy Blanton
Wanda Day
Home Federal Bank
Deborah Kirby
Evelyn Kitts
Kimberly McCall
Cheri Nuchols
Pete and Mary Jo Zurcher
Youth Emergency Shelter
Central Baptist Church
GE United Way
Hillcrest Baptist Church
Hopewell Presbyterian Church
Meritor
Mount Olive Baptist Church
Through the Foundation’s giving options, you have the opportunity to leave a legacy starting today. There are many ways you
can create a brighter future for children, adults and families in East Tennessee by remembering the Helen Ross McNabb Center
in your financial planning. For more information, please call the Foundation at (865) 541-6684.
August 5-6, 2016
Chilhowee Sportsman’s Club
Maryville, Tennessee
www.mcnabbcenter.org/2016ClayfestTournament
PRESENTED BY:
In memory of Herb Ogle
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NONPROFIT ORG
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
KNOXVILLE, TN
PERMIT NO. 386
Administrative Office
201 West Springdale Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37917
With Laurel Wright,
contestant from
Saturday, August 13 at 7 p.m.
Morristown-Hamblen High School West
Admission $12
The Young
Fables
Natalia
Taylar
www.Lakewaytickets.com
(423)581-5630 ext. 320
/AnEveningOfHopeMorristown

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