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Celebrating 40 years of Helping Women Change. For good.

COMMUNITY IMPACT REPORT


ABOUT US Founded in 1977, Resonance has evolved with the passage of time. Created originally as a listening center, and today helping justice-involved women get their lives back on track, Resonance has stayed true to its mission of helping women succeed. Thousands of women have created bright new futures for themselves and their families over the past four decades. Resonance takes pride in fostering their success. In 2016, the following programs helped at-risk women become clean and sober, employed, and serving as role models for their children:

“I continued to regularly see my case manager at Resonance after release. I got a job, stable housing and earned my GED the first year I was out! Shortly thereafter I was granted shared custody with my ex-husband. I never dreamed I could build this life I’m living now, and it’s not over yet!“ –Jenny

I’ve learned by “ What participating in the Take

2 program is there isn’t anything I can’t overcome if I just believe in myself. We are encouraged to do things outside our comfort zone, and I really appreciate that. I plan to go back to school studying social work to become a counselor. I thank Resonance for the opportunity to rebuild the confidence I had lost.

–Jackie “The Resonance team gave me the support I needed to make real changes in my life. I have been in recovery almost two years. I put my son to bed every night and take him to school every day. It hasn’t been easy but I have learned that a better life is worth the effort.” –Susan


PRISON TO COMMUNITY

REENTRY SERVICES


ADDICTION

RECOVERY AND DIVERSION

SERVICES


TAKE 2 CAFE AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING


2016 FINANCIAL

INFORMATION REVENUE FUNDING SOURCES CONTRACTS PROGRAM FEES INDIVIDUAL/CORPORATE INVESTMENTS GRANTS SPECIAL EVENTS FOOD SALES MISC

384,422 $ 16,882 $ 99,358 $ 22,453 $ 571,383 $ 122,278 $ 258,821 $ 646 $

1,476,243

$

26.04% 1.14% 6.73% 1.52% 38.71% 8.28% 17.53% 0.04% 100.00%

EXPENSES TOTAL PROGRAMS RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE

1,223,749 $ 128,709 $ 49,502

$

87.29% 9.18% 3.53%

1,401,960

100.00%

$

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN CLINICAL SERVICES RE-ENTRY SERVICES ADSAC TAKE 2 CAFE

437,663 296,544 $ 24,769 $ 464,773 $ $

1,223,749

$

35.76% 24.23% 2.02% 37.98% 100.00%


THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS PHILANTHROPIST George Kaiser Family Foundation BENEFACTOR Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation Flint Family Foundation Sharna & Irvin Frank Foundation The Ralph and Frances McGill Foundation Sarkeys Foundation Tulsa Area United Way The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation John Steele Zink Foundation PATRON Judith and Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation Mervin Bovaird Foundation H. A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation Hille Foundation Burt Holmes and Mary Lee Townsend QuikTrip Corporation Buddy Stone Carol Tandy Foundation C. W. Titus Foundation PARTNER Alliance Resources, L.P. American Heritage Bank Bank of Oklahoma Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma Cherokee Nation Businesses Conner & Winters Cox Communications Rob and Kim Coretz Cuesta Foundation Bob and Sheri Curry Cyclonic Valve Company Gelvin Foundation Cathy Herrin International Insurance Brokers Bruce Jones Dennis Kriz

Mary Anne and Budge Lewis Mariner Wealth Advisors Lou and Connie Miller Charitable Foundation Nabholz Construction ONEOK Foundation, Inc. Oxley Foundation John and Marla Palovik Ruth Nelson Family Foundation Security Bank David E. and Cassie L. Temple Foundation TYPros Foundation Fund The William K. Warren Foundation Webco Industries Williams Company WPX Energy Becky Wright SUPPORTER Lauren Avery BancFirst Campbell-Lepley/Hunt Foundation Chase ClearRidge Bryan Close Susie and Fulton Collins Foundation Tarah Fagen Greg and Debbie Gordon Hall Estill, Attorneys at Law Helen Jo Hardwick David Hogan Hogan Taylor LLP Shelley Jackson Philip & Miranda Kaiser Family Foundation Kinslow, Keith, & Todd Scott and Deidra Kirtley Marcia MacLeod Magellan Midstream Partners, LP McFarland Architects, PC Paul Nelson Renee F. Neuwald Foundation One Gas Foundation Jennifer Palmer Pelco Structural, LLC Protégé Energy Hannah and Joe Robson Rotary Club of Tulsa Foundation Rotary Club of Will Rogers Stronger Safer Tulsa fund Kate Thomas


FRIEND

Mary Alice Ahlgren James and Wanda Alexander Mark Allen Janice Anderson Alison Anthony Barbara Argabright H.I. Aston Susan Austin Kathleen Baab Jenger Baker Jed Ballew Barbara Bannon Janice Barlow Linda Bates Libby Bender Robert and Lisa Berry Dustin Bohard Eric Bohne Susan Braselton G.L. Brennan Foundation Michael Briggs Michelle Brobston Laurie and Terry Brumbaugh Bundren Law Firm, P.C. Cynthia Burks Carol M. Bush Melissa and Jeff Carlson Amanda Clinton Wayne and Courtney Cooper Megan Cordle Katherine Coyle Jan Creveling Zee DuPree Amy England Whitney Eschenheimer Terry Fenner Lynn Flinn Pat Fluegel Christie Forbes Mercedes Millberry Fowler Sarah Jane Gillett Lisa and Paul Gray Frederick Hegenbart

Steve Hobbs Inasmuch Foundation Valmont Industries Paul Kallenberger Tani Kelley Carol Lawhorn Holbrook Lawson Eileen Leonard Bret Little Jenny Lizama Ken MacLeod Rebecca Marks-Jimerson Jill Mason Whitney Mathews Alicia McLain Raymond A. Miller, Jr. Cynthia Mitchen Debi Moore David Murlette Andrea Myers Andrea Nielsen Evelyn Nienhuis Carolyn Fielder Nierenberg Kathryn Offermann Jay O'Meilia Jon A Otto Ashley Parrish Camenae Patrick Denise and Terry Payne Holly Perry Dawn Pevey Leanna Reeder Jennifer Reynolds Robyn Rucker JoAnn Ryan Bud Sartain Mary Jo Sartain David and Carol Sartin Marcia Scheideman Patti and Rick Schmigle Kristen and Tim Schooley Kendra Scott Genie Shannon John Sipes

Lori Smalling Dawne Stafford Joshua and Amanda Stout Deb Thalken Ray Trimble Unity Center of Tulsa Nancy Vann Mary Price Walker Nicole Watts Leah Wietholter Joseph Wignarajah Theresa Wild Wine and Spirits Barn


2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Andrea Myers, President – Bank of Oklahoma Lauren Avery, President Elect – Mint Dental Paul Nelson, Treasurer – Philbrook Robert Curry, Secretary – Conner and Winters Bret Little, Immediate Past President – Hogan Taylor LLC Dustin Bohard – Williams Megan Cordle – Alliance Resource Partners, LP Kristen McCormick – Shikoba Recycling Rebecca Marks-Jimerson – Tulsa Community College Whitney Mathews – Community Volunteer Ashley Parrish – Tulsa World/Tulsa Magazine Camenae Patrick – Stinnett and Associates Leanna Reeder – Cherokee Nation Businesses Mary Jo Sartain – Community Volunteer Mary P. Walker – Community Volunteer Joanna Jeffries, TyPros Intern – Tulsa Chamber of Commerce Nicole Watts, Leadership Tulsa Intern – KKT Architects 2016 ADVISORY COUNCIL Bret Little, Chair – Hogan Taylor, LLP | Alison Anthony – Williams Companies Barbara Bannon – Human Resources Investments | Amy Berry – University of Tulsa Eric Bohne – Security Bank | Kenneth Brune – Brune Law Firm Connie Doverspike – Community Volunteer | Zee DuPree – Community Volunteer Ruth Ann Fate – Tulsa Public Schools – Board | Lynn Flinn – The Rowland Group Helen Jo Hardwick – Community Volunteer | David Hogan – Hogan Taylor, LLP Bruce Jones – ClearRidge Advisors, LLC | Phil Lakin – Tulsa Community Foundation Mary Anne Lewis, Ed. D. – Private Practice | Cari Marshall – CMCi Consultants, LLC Jennifer Palmer – Jemoca, LLC | June Patton – L&M Office Furniture Dr. JoAnn Ryan – OSU Center for Health Sciences | Patricia Samuels – Community Volunteer Bud Sartain – Hogan Taylor, LLP | Sandra Thomas – Community Volunteer Shagah Zakerion – TYPros Executive Director 2016 RESONANCE LEADERSHIP TEAM Deidra Kirtley, Executive Director Debbie Gordon, Development Director Teresa Williams, LPC, LADC, Clinical Director Cathy Hodges, MSW, Reentry Program Supervisor Theresa Wild, Bookkeeper/Facilities Manager

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