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RESONANCE

2014 ANNUAL REPORT Thank you for helping women change for good.


Rebuilding Lives. Dear Friends, At Resonance, we are proud of our 2014 accomplishments. Every day, we are helping women rebuild their lives and create a new future. Julie, one of our Choosing to Change participants, is representative of the many clients we serve. She released from Turley Residential Center where she was completing her sentence for drug-related offenses. Before incarceration, she was unemployed and had lost custody of her children. Julie has since released from Turley and is busy building a meaningful life. She has found stable housing and is caring for her children. She also has a new job and is taking classes at Tulsa Community College. Julie continues to create a better future for her and her children and she couldn’t do it without the support of our generous community. When justice involved women are successful in getting their lives back on track, everyone benefits. Providing training and the tools they need to succeed is proven to decrease the intergenerational cycle of poverty and incarceration. As these women become clean and sober, employed, and serving as role models for their children, our community becomes a better place. What’s more, our state saves millions in public assistance and incarceration costs. Thank you for your support and for helping hundreds of “Julies” rise above their past and build a new life for themselves and their children. Sincerely,

Deidra Kirtley Executive Director Resonance Center for Women

Mission: Resonance promotes and supports the well-being and self-sufficiency of women and their families challenged by their experience with the criminal justice system.

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Building a Solid Foundation Resonance provides a variety of services to help women with substance abuse issues and with community reentry following incarceration. Services include:

Diversion Services/ Substance Abuse Treatment Resonance is a gender-specific substance abuse and mental health service provider. Many women are referred to Resonance for comprehensive substance abuse treatment in lieu of incarceration. Substance abuse treatment ranges from 90 days to three years, during which time our clients live and work in the community, caring for their children and learning to cope with everyday life stressors throughout their recovery journey. Treatment professionals also treat individuals exhibiting issues with co-occurring and trauma disorders.

Reentry Support Services Program Resonance helps women successfully reintegrate back into the community upon release from prison. Armed with a felony record, many women find difficulty securing employment and housing. They also have little money, no transportation and, most likely, a substance abuse problem. Resonance case managers work with offenders at Eddie Warrior Correctional Facility, David L. Moss

and Turley Residential Center teaching classes and/or developing a plan for a fresh, new beginning after release. Resonance also implemented Choosing to Change, an intensive 8-week pre-release program for women at Turley Residential Center. The Choosing to Change program includes classes on relapse prevention, case management, job readiness training, computer classes with earned college credit, relationship education and wellness activities.

Mentoring Program As part of Reentry Support Services, the Resonance Mentoring program offers women a variety of benefits including peer support, positive role models and lifelong connections. Program participants meet biweekly and the curriculum incorporates healthy recreational activities with community resource information. However, the primary goal of the program is to foster camaraderie through positive peer group interaction while also developing a trusting relationship with a female role model.

ADSAC Services Resonance helps women who have had their driver’s license revoked or suspended and have been mandated by the judicial system to obtain an assessment and attend ADSAC/DUI School.

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BUILDING WOMEN; BUILDING OUR COMMUNITY

722 | 212 RESONANCE SERVED 722 WOMEN, WITH 212 ENROLLING IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

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65 WOMEN HAVE RELEASED OR ARE PREPARED TO RELEASE FROM PRISON WITH A PLAN FOR THE FUTURE AND ASSISTANCE IN SECURING HOUSING AND EMPLOYMENT

100s 100S OF WOMEN ARE NOW PRODUCTIVE, SELF-SUFFICIENT AND SERVING AS ROLE MODELS TO THEIR CHILDREN

Building the Future In 2014, Resonance enhanced existing services and developed new programs to meet emerging needs in the community, including: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION • Implementation of Choosing to Change reentry program at Turley Residential Center in partnership with Planned Parenthood, Girl Scouts, Tulsa Community College, DVIS, Junior League and Workforce Tulsa • Implementation of ADSAC (DUI School) classes and assessments

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72 WOMEN BECAME CLEAN AND SOBER IN LIEU OF INCARCERATION, INCREASING THEIR SELF-RESPECT AND ABILITY TO HOLD A JOB AND CARE FOR THEIR CHILDREN

51 51 WOMEN BENEFITTED FROM MENTOR SUPPORT, GUIDANCE AND POSITIVE ROLE MODELING

95%

CLIENT SATISFACTION RATE

OTHER PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS • CARF three-year reaccreditation for Substance Abuse Services • 79.54% completion rate among Drug Court participants in substance abuse treatment • 31% increase in total number of clients served annually • 1st place ranking among 30 Drug Court provider agencies in client abstinence from substance use • 1st or 2nd place ranking among 40 Drug Court provider agencies reflecting a decrease in drug use, alcohol use and improvement in psychological status as measured by ASI scores • 95.14% satisfaction rate among diversion clients

PROGRAM RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT • Development of Clinical Case Management program at Eddie Warrior Correctional Facility to be implemented in January, 2015 • Development of Peer Support Program to be implemented in March, 2015 • Development of transitional work program for Resonance clients to be implemented in September, 2015 • Staff training in the treatment of Gambling Addiction

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH • 90% retention rate of donors contributing $5,000+ • Distribution of new monthly e-newsletter • Development of new Resonance videos


2014 Financial Information Audited Financials

2014

2013

Revenue

$ 941,365*

$ 1,027,724

Expenses

$ 811,808

$ 822,151

*Note: Stacked Deck fundraiser deferred from November 2014 to January 2015

FUNDING SOURCES

EXPENSES

Thank you for supporting Resonance. Your gift is combined with gifts from other local donors, corporate partners, foundations as well as funds from state contracts. Below is how we raise our funds:

At Resonance, our goal is to be good stewards of donated funds while helping women and their families be successful. Below is how we spend our money:

Contracts 42.40% Program Fees 1.95% Individual/Corporate 7.24% Investments 2.38% Grants 45.46%

Programs 81.66% Resource Development 11.61% Administrative 6.74%

Misc. .059%

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2014 Resonance Staff Deidra Kirtley Executive Director

Bonnie Brazwell, LPC US Clinical Therapist

Debbie Gordon Development Director

Becky Pelletier, MSW US Clinical Therapist

Martha Brewer, LPC, LADC Clinical Supervisor

Darla Parris Clinical Records

Robin Hicks, LPC Clinical Therapist

Kristine Runfola Clinical Assistant/Case Mgr.

Cathy Hodges Reentry Program Coordinator Letricia Lewis Mentor Coordinator Theresa Wild Financial/Facilities Manager

Shirley Thompson Clinical Receptionist Elnora Ratliff Clinical Receptionist Robert Trimble Custodian

Robin Alexander Exec./Dev. Assistant

Board of Directors Dr. JoAnn Ryan, President Tulsa County Social Services

Christie Breedlove Magellan Midstream Pipeline

Portia Gonzalez ConocoPhillips

Bret Little, President Elect Hogan Taylor, LLP

Kaylee Burton TYPros Intern

Lauren Helmerich Community Volunteer

Paul Nelson, Secretary/Treasurer Williams Companies

Shelley Carter Pape Adams Charitable Foundation

Justin Johnson Schnake Turnbo Frank

George “Bud” Sartain, Immediate Past President Hogan Taylor, LLP

Megan Cordle Alliance Resource Partners, LP

Molly Aspan Hall Estill

Kathryn Fox Reading Partners

Kristen McCormick TYPros Intern Rebecca Marks-Jimerson Tulsa Community College

Kimberly Moore-Waite Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma Andrea Myers Bank of Oklahoma Mary Jo Sartain Tulsa International May Fest Mary P. Walker Community Volunteer Leah Wietholter Workman Associates

Advisory Council George “Bud” Sartain, Chair Hogan Taylor, LLP

Kenneth Brune Brune Law Firm

Helen Jo Hardwick Community Volunteer

Cari Marshall CMCi Consultants, LLC

Alison Anthony Williams Companies

Connie Doverspike Community Volunteer

David Hogan Hogan Taylor, LLP

Jennifer Palmer Jemoca, LLC

Barbara Bannon Human Resources Investments

Zee DuPree Community Volunteer

Bruce Jones ClearRidge Advisors, LLC

June Patton L&M Office Furniture

Amy Berry University of Tulsa

Ruth Ann Fate Tulsa Public Schools – Board

Phil Lakin Tulsa Community Foundation

Patricia Samuels Community Volunteer

Eric Bohne Security Bank

Lynn Flinn The Rowland Group

Mary Anne Lewis, Ed. D. Private Practice

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Sandra Thomas Bank of Oklahoma


Builders of Change Thank you for your support of hundreds of mothers, neighbors, sisters and daughters. They are working hard to build a bright new future … in doing so, they light the way for their children to follow.

Donors Philanthropist George Kaiser Family Foundation Benefactor Glenann Wilkerson Inasmuch Foundation The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation H.A. & Mary Kay Chapman Charitable Trust John Steele Zink Foundation Sarkeys Foundation The Ralph and Frances McGill Foundation Patron E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation Sharna & Irvin Frank Foundation Tulsa Women’s Foundation Hardesty Family Foundation C. W. Titus Foundation Flint Family Foundation George Krumme/ Aldean Newcomb Hille Foundation Sam Viersen Family Foundation Partner Cyclonic Valve Company Don and Florence Sharp Charitable Foundation Gelvin Foundation Judith and Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation Meinig Family Foundation Williams Founders of Doctors’ Hospital, Inc. WPX Energy Jennifer Palmer Bank of Oklahoma Bruce Jones, Clear Ridge, LLC Cherokee Nation Businesses Freedom Scaffold, LLC

Janice Anderson Lou and Connie Miller Charitable Foundation McFarland Architects, PC Oxley Foundation Dr. JoAnn Ryan Cuesta Foundation Supporter Bob and Sheri Curry Bryan Close Clayton Woodrum Hall Estill, Attorneys at Law Janice Barlow Kathleen Baab Marcia Scheideman Osteopathic Founders Foundation Philip & Miranda Kaiser Family Foundation Rich & Cartmill, Inc. Ruth Nelson Security Bank Susie and Fulton Collins Foundation The University of Tulsa Hope Unitarian Church Alliance Coal, LLC Bud Sartain Campbell-Lepley/Hunt Foundation Evelyn Nienhuis John Sipes Kristen McCormick Paul Nelson Scott and Deidra Kirtley Portia Gonzalez Forest Park Christian Church Kathryn Fox Teresa Gaydos Andrea Myers Blue Cross Blue Shield Oklahoma Greg and Debbie Gordon Friend Dr. Bill & Pam Young Family Charitable Fund Mary Jo Sartain Megan Cordle

Sarah Hansel Shelley Carter Susan Mase The G.L. Brennan Foundation, Inc. Stuart K. Hawley Barbara Sylvan Bret Little Claudia Landrum Cynthia Mitchen Kay Stone Buford Lacy Whitehead Brenda Dunn Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr. Eide Bailly LLP Lenice Stanford PF Unlimited William Grant Leah Wietholter Sherri Goodall Charlotte Lee Melling Denice Fothergill Ellen Adelson Erv Janssen Frances Higgins Francine Ringold Julie L. Brockmeier Lauren Jade Helmerich Lloyd & Carolyn Hunt Mary Price Walker Toby Fell Barbara Bannon Beverly Atteberry Daniel Parker Justin Johnson Jackie Poe June Patton Kaylee Campbell Burton Laura Dempsey-Polan Ms. Laurie Brumbaugh PEO Sisterhood Sarah Jane Gillett Tiffany Hall Jenger Baker Stacey Ann Sutherland Emily Duensing Rebecca Marks-Jimerson Pamela F. Worthington Debra Young-Allen Barbara Rockley

In-kind Molly Aspan, Hall Estill Barb Bannon, HRI Rosalind Cook Tim Endicott, Endicott Horticulture, LLC Kortney Korthanke K Creative QuikTrip Southwood Nursery Lisa Coffee-Smith, Total Pilates Community Partners Oklahoma Department of Corrections Tulsa County Drug Court Helping Women Recover Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma Junior League of Tulsa Planned Parenthood DVIS Workforce Tulsa Williams Tulsa County Community Sentencing Dress for Success Office of Women’s Health Lisa Coffee-Smith, Total Pilates Turley Residential Center Stand in the Gap Ministries Tulsa County Probation and Parole Tulsa County Child Welfare Eddie Warrior Correctional Facility David L. Moss The Jail Project Legal Aid Expungement Project Tulsa Community College TulsaTech Dr. Steve Hoppes, Yoga Instructor Big Brothers Big Sisters Parent Child Center

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Thank you for helping women change for good.

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