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SAVE THE DATE 5.7.2014 Join us for our 20th Anniversary Celebration as we honor those who have made a significant impact on the first 20 years of the SC Campaign.
Columbia Museum of Art www.teenpregnancysc.org/20
Two Decades of Progress The South Carolina Council on Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention was founded in 1994 by Joy Campbell and a network of grassroots advocates and supporters. Original funding for the organization ($50,000) was provided through the March of Dimes â€“ focusing on four action areas: public awareness, technical assistance, education and advocacy. The organization officially became the South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (SC Campaign) in 1999. One of the earliest, and still to this day, most notable accomplishments of the SC Campaign was its leadership on a three-year grassroots campaign resulting in the SC Legislature allocating $10.5 million to create the Community Grants for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention in 1998. The grants allowed for teen pregnancy prevention in all of South Carolinaâ€™s 46 counties. In December 2001, Dr. Suzan D. Boyd assumed the role of Executive Director at the SC Campaign. Under her leadership, the organization began receiving state line-item funding - through the Department of Social Services - and secured its first federal funding through a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In January 2007, Forrest Alton assumed the position of Executive Director/CEO and has continued to put the SC Campaign in the national spotlight as a leader in the prevention of adolescent pregnancy. Teen birth rates have decreased by 47% over the last 20 years and the state now has the lowest teen birth rates among 15-19 year olds ever!
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CELEBRATE OUR 20th with staff of the SC Campaign
o describe the first 20 years of the SC Campaign’s progress in South Carolina goes beyond amazing and ventures into the realm of the (nearly) impossible. It’s hard to believe that since the inception of our organization, teen birth rates in our state have decreased by 47%. This is truly one of our state’s greatest success stories of the last two decades.
The Honorees BlueCross BlueShield of SC Suzan Boyd
What makes the story all that more powerful is the sheer volume of people that have played a role in making it happen. I can’t help but think about the small group of visionaries who sat in a room more than 20 years ago during the start-up phase of the SC Campaign. Beginning with that group, and continuing over the last 20 years, we have benefited from the involvement of more than 100 board members, nearly that same number of staff, and literally thousands of people at the local level working to protect our state’s young people. While you will enjoy reading this year’s iteration of our Annual Report that focuses mainly on the accomplishments of the past 12 months, I also hope you will help us celebrate the progress and accomplishments of our first 20 years throughout 2014! Be sure to visit our website throughout the year as we will be highlighting many of the individual, organizational and community-level champions that have helped us succeed. You should also be sure to mark your calendar for May 7th – the pinnacle event of our anniversary celebration! As always, my sincere thanks to each of you for all that you do to support our efforts. None of this would be possible without you.
Joy Campbell Rev. Don Flowers Judi Gustafson Hayne Hipp SuSu and George Johnson Michelle Nimmons Palmetto Health The Honorable Greg Ryberg M. Edward Sellers The Honorable Linda Short Carol Singletary Representative James Smith Kit and Joel Smith Spartanburg County Joint Funders The Honorable Molly Spearman The Honorable Inez Tenenbaum Charlie Way Lindsay and Billy Webster
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WELCOME TO THE BOARD Suzan Boyd led the SC Campaign as Executive Director through its period of growth from 2002 – 2007. Her close to 30 years of public health leadership includes roles at Brookside Park Family Life Center in Boston, St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, and the USC Arnold School of Public Health.
Sam Cook currently serves as the Sustainable Forestry Program Director of the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation in Charleston, SC. Sam also works tirelessly to help underprivileged children and disadvantaged adults in the Pee Dee region.
Debbie Durban is a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP and works in both Columbia, SC and Charlotte, NC. With 14 years experience, Debbie practices in the areas of labor and employment law, ERISA, ADA compliance, trade secrets, and business litigation.
Grant Warren, a board certified OB/GYN at Piedmont Women’s Healthcare in Spartanburg, SC, rejoins the board after previously serving two full terms. A native of North Carolina, Grant received his medical degree from East Carolina University School of Medicine.
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THANK YOU In 2013, two people rotated off the board but continue to stay actively involved. Molly Talbot-Metz, Immediate Past Board Chair, is the Vice President of Programs for the Mary Black Foundation, a private foundation working to improve health and wellness in Spartanburg County, SC. Molly’s professional commitment to teen pregnancy prevention began when she worked as a graduate assistant for the SC Campaign (1997-1999). Molly served on the board from 2006-2013, including two years as chair.
Senator Gerald Malloy has represented parts of Chesterfield, Marlboro, Lee and Darlington Counties in the South Carolina Senate since 2002. Born in Chesterfield County, Senator Malloy is currently an attorney with the Malloy Law Firm in Hartsville, South Carolina. Senator Malloy served on the SC Campaign board from 2008-2013.
t is truly an honor to serve the SC Campaign as Chairman of the Board, especially as we are approaching our 20th Anniversary year. Since the SC Campaign was established, our state has made tremendous progress in reducing teen birth rates. In fact, the teen birth rate has declined by nearly 50% over the last 20 years. This is definitely an Melisa Holmes accomplishment worth celebrating, but we must not become complacent. Despite progress, South Carolina still ranks 11th highest in the nation for teen births. As we look to the next 20 years, I am confident the SC Campaign will continue to lead the way toward even greater improvement. As a parent and physician focused on womenâ€™s health, I am proud to be part of an organization dedicated to improving the health and economic well-being of individuals, communities, and the state of South Carolina by preventing teen pregnancy. Over the past two decades, the SC Campaign has been recognized as a trusted, statewide resource and has emerged as a national leader in the field of teen pregnancy prevention. This recognition is the result of ongoing partnerships with and support from experts, direct service providers, donors, and advocates throughout our state and nation. As we celebrate our accomplishments and look to the future, I would like to thank all of you who have supported us over the years through financial gifts, expertise, advocacy, and enthusiastic support. I encourage you to remain a part of the SC Campaign family in the years to come, especially in 2014 as we celebrate 20 years. I would love to see each of you at the 20th Anniversary Celebration on May 7 in Columbia where we will honor our past, celebrate our accomplishments, and welcome the exciting things to come.
Board of Directors Suzan D. Boyd Emeritus Member Kevin Butler Treasurer Lica Colwell Sam Cook Debbie Durban Don Flowers Emeritus Member Annie Geddings J.R. Green Melisa Holmes Chair Norma Lozano-Jackson Sue Rex Vice-Chair Luanne Runge Martha Scott Smith Grant Warren
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$1.3 Million Investment In 2012-2013, the SC Campaign provided more than $1.3 million in mini-grants to local communities to support the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based interventions and promising practices. With these funds:
10,775 youth participated in an evidence-based
curricula funded by the SC Campaign
received family planning services at SC Campaign partner clinics.
73 programs received funding from the SC Campaign in ‘12-’13
Programs that received funding from the SC Campaign represent
THE POINT One of the SC Campaign’s strategic goals is that young people who are sexually active have access to condoms and other forms of contraception. With that in mind, our staff’s marketing efforts have focused on encouraging teens to visit clinics. One of our more innovative efforts was a series of ads in the local bus shelters, which showed users what routes they could take to get to “The Point at Tobias,” a partnering clinic in Spartanburg County. The SC Campaign has also worked hard to increase the capacity of clinic staff to meet the needs of adolescent patients. From helping to ensure that clinics are teen friendly to ensuring sexually active young people are leaving the clinic with the most effective form of birth control - our comprehensive efforts are making a profound impact. Tobias has seen a substantial increase in the number of adolescent patients who are choosing longacting reversible contraception (LARC). The implant and IUD (LARC methods) are highly reliable and are great contraceptive method choices for patients who wish to delay childbearing for up to 10 years. At Tobias, more than one in three (37%) patients under the age of 20 have used a LARC method from July 2012 – June 2013. This far exceeds the state average of 5% of female adolescent family planning patients (DHEC) on a LARC method during the same time.
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The Point at Tobias a shining star of Spartanburg County
COLLECTIVE IMPACT PROJECT Throughout South Carolina, there are numerous bright spots when it comes to teen pregnancy prevention. Investments are being made with federal, state, local and private dollars; programs are being implemented at a high level and in a variety of locations. While this is a positive trend, these grants and programs are often funded in a vacuum without a way to measure the collective impact of all that is going on. Perhaps more troubling, far too often these programs are also funded without mechanisms for long-term sustainability. In June 2012, the SC Campaign received funding from The Duke Endowment to address each of these issues. Specifically, this funding has allowed the SC Campaign to assemble a leadership group of stakeholders and decision makers from a variety of agencies to begin the process of working more collaboratively on the issue of funding and implementing teen pregnancy prevention programs. In addition to the leadership group, multiple subgroups are meeting regularly and addressing issues such as data management/measurement; institutionalization of sex education in schools; provision of medical services to sexually active teens; and identification of local strategies that have the potential for replication. This collective impact approach is beginning to create a paradigm shift among funders and influencers in the state that will have longterm implications for how teen pregnancy prevention programs in South Carolina are implemented (and funded). We are working to redefine how evidence, innovation, partnerships and mutually reinforcing investments can combine to accelerate the progress our state has made reducing rates of teen pregnancy. Stay tuned!
Leadership Team The Benefit Bank of SC BlueCross BlueShield of SC Foundation The Duke Endowment Office of Rural Health SC Afterschool Alliance Childrenâ€™s Trust SC Department of Health and Environmental Control SC Department of Health and Human Services SC Department of Juvenile Justice SC Department of Social Services SC First Steps SC Primary Care Association The Weathers Group
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Learn. Lead. Change. At the SC Campaign, we aren’t just building the capacity of local communities to address the issue of teen pregnancy prevention. We are building leaders and champions who are committed to changing their communities for the better. Below are a few of our successes from the past year.
of technical assistance provided
attended SC Campaign trainings
including webinars, in-house, on-site and Summer Institute
to our Online Learning Center featuring a variety of resources
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& 35 SC counties represented at
SC Campaign trainings
3,893 CEU hours
earned via SC Campaign trainings
Photo Credit: Leading to Change
NOT RIGHT NOW Over the years, the SC Campaign has become a wellknown organization in the state, partly because we’re always looking for ways to leverage resources to make an impact state-wide. One example of that is the Not Right Now, Put Pregnancy on Pause brand. Originally an initiative in Spartanburg and Horry Counties, funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we’re now expanding statewide. This includes a new website designed for teens and their parents, who should be their primary sexuality educators, and pregnant and parenting teens. Currently under construction, the mobile-friendly website will include teen bloggers, a contraceptive comparison tool, and a map to help users locate nearby clinics. By early Spring 2014, you will be encouraged to visit www.notrightnowsc.org.
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AN ADVOCATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Murray L. Vincent Outstanding Prevention Professional Award is the most distinguished award given by the SC Campaign. In memory of Dr. Murray Vincent - a pioneer in the field of sexual health - the award recognizes an individual who has significantly impacted the prevention of adolescent pregnancy in South Carolina. This year’s award winner, Shedron Williams—Director of Education and Prevention for ACCESS Network, was recognized during the 2013 Summer Institute. For nearly two decades, Shedron has been a champion for young people by serving on local, state and national boards that advocate for healthy living through prevention and healthcare services. Emory University named him one of the top 30 advocates for teen pregnancy prevention in the nation. Shedron currently serves as chairman of the Hampton County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Council; is an executive board member for the I AM Responsible, Reliable, and Respectful program; and is a member of the Hampton County Council where he fights for adequate health care and age-appropriate sexuality education. In 1992, he founded the Save Our Children Foundation of Hampton County. Today, Shedron continues to inspire people as a motivational speaker for youth in Hampton and surrounding counties. He goes above and beyond the call of duty to enhance the lives of youth and is well-respected by his colleagues who say he “has a great history of service, leadership and high-quality program delivery.”
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Past Award Winners Stacey McPhail 2012 Carol Singletary 2011 Dr. Janice Key; Aimee Lassor 2010 Rev. Don Flowers 2009 Michelle Nimmons 2008
Singletary, Williams, Nimmons
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Research as our Guide Research has always been the guiding force behind our work at the SC Campaign. Here’s a sampling of what we have learned in the past year.
SC has the
teen birth rate in the US
in South Carolina’s teen birth rate over the past two decades
of South Carolinians
15 teens age 15-19 give birth every day in SC
agree the state should fund distribution of contraceptives for sexually active teens
73% of teen births in South Carolina are to 18-19 year olds
support sex education in schools that emphasizes abstinence and teaches about contraception SC Campaign 10
PARTNERS IN PREVENTION The Office of Adolescent Health has awarded Children’s Trust of South Carolina (Children’s Trust) funding to develop programs and services to support pregnant and parenting teens in South Carolina. As the lead agency, Children’s Trust will partner with the SC Campaign, The Benefit Bank of South Carolina and the SC Center for Fathers and Families to complete the project. The majority of grant funds ($1.4 million per year for four years) will support direct services at the local level to young parents who already have children or are currently pregnant. Communities are being selected through a competitive grant process to work on the following goals: 1. Increase the educational attainment of young South Carolina parents - mothers and fathers; 2. Reduce the number of repeat teen pregnancies and births among SC teens; 3. Improve parenting skills and ensure children in South Carolina are well-cared for; and 4. Increase quality, quantity and awareness of services for young parents. “More than 5,500 teens age 15-19 become mothers in our state each year and more than 25% of those births are repeats,” said Forrest Alton, CEO of the SC Campaign. “Anything we can do to support young families - especially as it relates to educational attainment and prevention of subsequent pregnancies - is a positive step for health and economic outcomes in South Carolina.”
EXPANDING OUR REACH Expansion of What Could You Do. After successfully implementing the evidence-based interactive video What Could You Do? in Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) clinics in the Lowcountry, the program for which the video is named, has expanded to every DHEC region in the state. Continue to publish groundbreaking research. We released a report this year summarizing analysis conducted on 12,000 15-19 year olds enrolled in Medicaid. Recommendations included improving contraceptive counseling for all Medicaid-enrolled adolescents and for providers to offer long-acting reversible contraception (implants, IUDs), particularly to those teens who have recently given birth. The report also highlighted poverty as a risk factor for pregnancy. Use focus groups as a research tool. Focus groups conducted in the past year have allowed us the opportunity to hear from parents about their role in prevention, young people about their knowledge of minor’s rights, and schools about their role in sex education. Data collected from these groups was used in a number of publications throughout the year. Beyond Our Borders. The work of the SC Campaign has become nationally recognized. That recognition has been leveraged into consulting opportunities for the organization including intensive work assisting multiple foundations in the state of Oklahoma in starting a statewide effort.
SC Campaign in the National Spotlight National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association 2013 Patient Advocate Award 2013 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility Online Learning Center received ‘excellent’ rating in Healthy Teen Network’s Assessment on Professional Development Opportunities for Educators Collective Impact Project featured on The Duke Endowment’s website SC Campaign Featured in American Journal of Community Psychology December 2013 SC Campaign’s Report on Medicaid Enrolled Adolescents Featured in National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy’s e-newsletter
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TELLING THE STORY 3 million media impressions on various outlets throughout South Carolina
59,409 visits to teenpregnancysc.org & carolinateenhealth.org
3,772 1,831 fans
subscribers to our bi-weekly e-newsletter
FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE The SC Campaign’s operating budget for FY 2012-2013 was $6,366,656*. A breakdown of revenue and expenses is below.
reached directly through the Road Show honoring Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month (May)
5% Federal Grants
State Grants Private Grants
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35% 37% ads on Pandora resulted in
2,422 hits to our online Clinic Locator
Program Expenses Campaign Giving
General/Administrative Expenses Fundraising Expenses
*With a switch in fiscal years, the 2012-2013 FY covers a 15-month period.
Hero: $25,000 and Above
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Billy & Lindsay Webster US Office of Adolescent Health
Champion: $10,000 - $24,999 Boyd Sellers Family
Phifer Johnson Foundation
Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation
Advocate: $5,000 - $9,999 Summers Ginsburg US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Womenâ€™s Health Annual Report 13
Friend: $1,000 - $4,999 FORREST ALTON* & HEATHER BRANDT ANYTIME FITNESS CHAPIN LLC BANK OF AMERICA CHARLIE & CAYCI* BANKS CAMDEN FIRST UNITED METHODIST WOMEN COLONIAL LIFE THE FIVE POINTS ASSOCIATION MARCOUS GARDNER
MB KAHN FOUNDATION, INC. NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH, L.L.P. NEWBERRY, SC KAPPA DELTA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ALAN & TERRY PEACE JIM & SUE* REX ROTARY CLUB OF THE VISTA NIGHT CAROL SINGLETARY*
SMITH FAMILY FUND MOLLY TALBOT-METZ THE SUNSHINE FOUNDATION, INC. DOUG* & CLAIRE TAYLOR HILDY TEEGEN & DAVID ADOLF GRANT* & KARI WARREN WILLIAM & SUSAN STEIF MELISA HOLMES* & STEPHEN VERMILLION
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