2012 Annual Report - Child Advocacy Services

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2012 Annual Report - Child Advocacy Services
Tracy Dahmer-Farris • Sherry Beall • Alexis Ducorbier • Elsbet Smith
Dr. Chris Wroten • Lisa Casas • Mary Pirosko • Ronald St. Pierre
Randall Jackson • Paige Moody • John Harmon • Mike Williams
Child Advocacy Services Staff
“One determined person can make a significant difference, but a small group of determined
people can change the course of history.”
- Sonia Johnson
Child Advocacy Services
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CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER
Proudly serving Ascension, Assumption, East and West Feliciana, Livingston, St. Charles, St. Helena, St. James, St. John and Tangipahoa Parishes.
2012 CAS Board of Directors
Hammond
1504 W. Church Street
Hammond, LA
70401
(985) 902-9583
Amite
303 E. Oak Street
Amite, LA
70422
(985) 747-0868
Felicianas
P.O. Box 1196
St. Francisville, LA 70775
(225) 635-3440
Denham Springs
P.O. Box 1455
Denham Springs, LA
70727
(225) 791-3136
Gonzales
P.O. Box 1568
Gonzales, LA
70707
(225) 647-2005
LaPlace
P.O. Box 280
LaPlace, LA
70069
(985) 652-8384
Napoleonville
P.O. Box 751
Napoleonville, LA
70390
(985) 369-2502
Luling
P.O. Box 1321
Luling, LA
70070
(985) 785-5226
2012 ANNUAL
REPORT
Top 12 in 2012
Child Advocacy Services
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3Introduced Powerful Paws for Children™; Louisiana’s
1st CAC facility companion named Hayward.
CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER
3Partnered with Southeastern Louisiana University
to train EVERY Teacher Candidate in Stewards of
Children™.
3Trained 552 adults in Darkness to Light’s Stewards
of Children™ to prevent child sexual abuse. Over 1417
adults trained since 2010.
3Trained 46 new facilitators in Louisiana to offer
Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children™ across the
entire state.
3Vicki Richard, CAS Partner, named Louisiana
Children’s Advocacy Center Association’s Community
Member of the Year.
3Alexis Ducorbier, State Farm Insurance, CAS Board,
named Louisiana CASA Association’s Board Member of
the Year.
3Obtained over 1310 hours of professional
development; resulting in over 48 hours per staff in one
year!
3Since 2006, increased services to children and
families through the CAC by 109% and CASA by 78%.
3Invested 11,405 hours in volunteer support to our
Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) conducts forensic
interviews for children in a safe environment who have
disclosed sexual or severe physical abuse. Additional
advocacy, clinical services, and prevention education
services are offered.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are
trained volunteers who serve as powerful voices for
abused and neglected children. A CASA stands beside a
child with the primary goal of helping them reach a safe
and permanent home.
CAC Program 2012 Highlights
CASA Program 2012 Highlights
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• Served 462 children with 229 volunteer advocates.
143 children were placed in permanent homes as a
result.
• 66 new volunteers were trained.
• CASA volunteers provided 7,776 hours of service.
• Facilitated a Mandated Reporter Training to 47 school
staff at the Louisiana Association of Safe & Drug Free
Schools and Communities .
• Julie Tripp joined the CASA team as an Advocate
Supervisor for Livingston parish.
• Attended the National CASA Conference in
Washington, DC.
Conducted 570 Forensic interviews.
Provided 1576 hours of counseling to 207 individuals.
Provided 371 hours of prevention to 4555 individuals.
Trained 552 adults in Darkness to Light’s Stewards of
Children.
• Reaccredited through the National Children’s Alliance.
• Conducted 1st Annual Voices for Children Law
Enforcement Flag Football Tournament was held.
Prevention Education Training
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local communities saving over $243, 497.00!
Distibuted 28,918 resource materials.
Reached over 41,789 children or adults.
Conducted over 963 presentations.
Provided 1,957 hours of training and education to
prevent child abuse and neglect.
3Presented 2012 Mary Ellen Award to Detective Corey
Stewart, Hammond Police Department for initiating 1st
Annual Voices for Children Bowl.
Hayward CAS Facility Dog
3Named Volunteer Ascension’s Volunteer Program of
the Year.
3Launched Buttons for Bravery 1541, a new
community partnership initiative to sustain services to
children and families.
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Baines Elementary Art Contest Winners
Learn more 800-798-1575 / www.childadv.net
Together We Can Conference Awards
Sally-Ann Roberts
and Jenny Heromann
River Parishes Staff Volunteer Apreciation.
Child Advocacy Services (CAS) kicked off our 4th annual
Cottages for CASA Playhouse Raffle last summer with a
preview party revealing the playhouse design to sponsors
and local community leaders. Local builders donated their
time and labor to build 2 custom playhouses designed
by Holly and Smith Architects. Our 2012 Cottages for
CASA Raffle winners were Jeremy Thigpen, Sheriff Daniel
Edwards and Kay Riede won a beach stay.
Thanks to Our Partners
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Glen Alack
Malcolm Fitzhugh
Darrell Amar, Jr.
H&E Equipment Services, Inc.
Gabriel Building Supply
J. William, LLC
Sherwin Williams Paint
Helm Paint
Darren Bennett of Bennett’s Towing
and Recovery
• Phil’s Wrecker Service
The project would not have been
possible without the support from
our sponsors, partners and our
communities!
Alexis Ducorbier, State Farm Insurance
Christmas gift donations
Jeremy Thigpen accepting delivery of the
Cottages for CASA playhouse that he won.
Holy Rosary Church
awards a Child
Sponsorship
Blue Cross Blue Shield
sponsors the
printing of RRR’s
Hammond Police Department
Blue Run Sponsor
April Turns BLUE to Prevent
Child Abuse and Neglect
Voices for Children Bowl Winners and CAC staff LeBlanc’s presents a check during Blue Ribbon month.
Our Partners and Powerful Voices for Children
• Anonymous
• Berryland Campers
• City of Hammond
• Exxon Mobile Foundation
• Florida Parishes Bank
• Hammond Blues & BBQ
• Jim Carey Distributing
• Alexis Ducorbier, State Farm Insurance
• Ballard Petroleum
• Bill Hood Auto Group
• Bond Wroten Eye Clinic, Inc.
• Lisa Casas
• EATEL
• First Guaranty Bank
• Hammond Knights
• Hammond Rotary Club
• John and Annie Harmon
• Holy Rosary Roman Catholic
Church Congregation
• Mr. and Mrs. Billy Knott
• LeBlanc’s Food Stores
• Moody & Johnson Attorneys at Law
• Dr. and Mrs. Claude Nesser
• North Oaks Health System
• Dr. and Mrs. Robert Peltier
• Ponchatoula Lions Club
• Mrs. Beryle Ramsey
• Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish
• S & W Wholesale Foods Inc.
• Shell Chemical LP
• Ms. Elsbet Smith
• Ms. Jan Songy
Garden City Group
Christmas gift donations
• 23rd Judicial Bar Association
• A Grassman Co., Inc.
• B-C Equipment Sales, Inc.
• Bancorp South
• Bradley Barber
• Paul M. Cangelosi
• Frankly Legal, LLC
• H & E Equipment Services, Inc.
• Walt & Maria Hemmerling
• Kirk & Audrey Hendry
• Hercules Credit Union
• Michael & Denise Holly
• IATSE Local 478
• J. Betz Compnaies, Inc.
• K & L Productions
• LaPlace Lions Club
• Louisiana Federal Credit Union
• Motiva Enterprises LLC
• LeBlanc’s Food Stores
• Ponchatoula High School
• R & J LeClerc Enterprises Inc.
• ReBath of Baton Rouge
• Southpoint Volkswagen
• St. Amant Primary
• St. Elelizabeth Hospital
• Wayne & Connie Stein
• Tater-Tot Big Dog Rescue, Inc.
• Terex USA, LLC
• The Worley Companies
• Weyerhauser NR Company
• Farm Bureau Insurance
• Toby Hawkins
• XACT Business Solutions
Thank You
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In-Kind Support
• Anonymous
• Gonzales Weekly Citizen • LaCarreta
• Mike and Emily Williams, Subway
• Charter Communications
• Alack Refrigeration
• Pierre Part Store
• Cuisine
• Amar Oil
• Shell Chemical
• Frenier Landing Restaurant
• 5 Stones Media
• Wal-Mart Hammond
• Glazer’s Distributing
• Farm Bureau Insurance
• Great Southern Wood Preserving • Lamar Outdoor Advertising • Sunshine Pages
• Holy Ghost
• J&K Office Supply and Printing • Sherman Williams Paint
• WAFB
• Jim Carey Distributing
• Boh Brothers
• ATMOS Energy
• Visually Speaking
• Gabriel Building Supply
• Kids Stuff Magazine
• Holly and Smith
• Helm Paint
• Academy Sports and Outdoors
• Northshore Broadcasting
• KSLU
• Southeastern Lousiana University
• Pepsi
• Spoga Fitness Studio
• TPSO
• Daily Star
• Speedway Printing
Become a powerful voice for Children!
childadv.net
Learn the Facts:
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70% of all reported sexual assaults occur to children
ages 17 and under.
80% of incidents of abuse occur as a result of one to one
contact with children.
90% of children who are sexually abused know their abusers.
100% of adults are responsible for protecting our children.
Take A Stand!
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Display a Blue Ribbon
Talk About “It”!
Child Sponsorships
A donation of $1,541 provides an entire year of services for one
child through CAS’s Buttons of Bravery. Services include:
3 Advocacy
3 Forensic Interviewing
3 Prevention and Community Education
3 Awareness of Child Abuse or Neglect Needs
Child Sponsorship
These sponsors are passionate about helping improve the quality
of life for children in our community!
Become a CASA
Make a donation!
Learn more at www.childadv.net
Individuals, organizations, and companies can support services to
children.
800-798-1575 / www.childadv.net
Financials
Receiving a Child Sponsorship from First Guananty Bank
2012 Expense
• Program Activities $1,288,044
• Management and General $93,809
• Fundraising $17,161
2012 Blue Run
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Program Partners
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“Child Advocacy Services is THE voice for children in our
communities. It’s work is unfortunately never done, but
tackled daily with an unsurpassed devotion by its staff,
volunteers, and Board members, who constantly strive to
bring hope, healing, and safety to our children. Our gratitude
cannot be overstated to all of our partners in this mission.
On behalf of our children, THANK YOU!”
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Winner 2012 Calendar art contest
from Baines Elementary
2012 Revenue
• United Way $170,000
• Grants and Contracts $1,153,502
• Contributors $133,117
• Other $16,184
Chris Wroten, O.D.
Board President
Child Advocacy Services

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