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A message from our CEO
Cookeville Nashville Dickson Linden
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(5,>@,(96-79640:, (5+:<**,::-69@6<;/ As we pass through the holidays and into a new year, our work with Middle Tennessee’s youth holds more than just promise for them — we have the potential to transform the way children across the country are helped. We recently announced a partnership with the state to help ensure that every child aging out of foster care can participate in our transitional living program. It is a level of support that is unprecedented, and we’re grateful to be able to partner with such forward-thinking individuals who see how this necessary program helps our former foster youth. But this level of support is bolstered also by our dedicated staff and those who give their time and resources. It shows our youth a level of commitment they may have never seen before. From sprucing up our group homes to taking young people Christmas shopping, our volunteers step up every year to help us provide not only support, but also a lasting happy memory for children in our programs. Because of your efforts, children received holiday presents, school supplies, job trainings, and so much more. Because of you, children in our programs saw and experienced a community that had their back and was willing to get out and show them how to navigate this world. Because of you, many youth who experienced horrible and traumatic childhoods of abuse and neglect saw a community of people who care. I’m excited about the possibilities of 2014, and I’m thankful you’ve chosen to help Youth Villages. Your help has directly affected not only how many young people we’re able to help, but also how much more help we’re able to give each child. Thank you for making that possible.
Paul Bower, Treasurer Jim Barton Jr. Eric Bolton Marietta Davis Judith Edge Nicholas R. Ehlen Jack A. Eiferman Bill Giles Willie Gregory Joanna Jacobson Karole Lloyd Mark Medford Johnny Pitts Pat Ritz Michael Rose Richard W. Talkov Scotland Thede David Tyler Patrick Lawler, CEO Mike Bruns, Chairman Emeritus
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Patrick W. Lawler
Chief Executive Officer
George Cate Jr.
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Titansâ€™ rookies lead youth through practice
No involvement with the law
At home with family
91% In school or graduated
Young people from Youth Villages recently were invited to go through football practice drills â€” the same ones the Tennessee Titans go through. Titans receiver Justin Hunter said he and his
The graph above represents the status of Middle Tennessee youth at one year after discharge through December 2013. Figures include only youth who received at least 60 days of service and reflect a response rate of 51 percent.
fellow rookies enjoyed hitting the field for a fun day of activities with the youth. Young people from Youth Villages and other Middle Tennessee youth groups participated in football drills, relay races and a tug-of-war. In addition to a day of fun, it was a good way to reinforce the benefits of being active.
Thank you to our 2013 sponsors
=(5+,9)03;4)(.63-*3(::0* On April 11, Youth Villages will partner with The Owen Golf Club, an
aways, breakfast, lunch and beverages during the event.
association of Owen Graduate School
Last yearâ€™s tournament was a huge
of Management at Vanderbilt Univer-
success, raising more funds and aware-
sity, to host the third annual charity golf
ness for the transitional living program
tournament called the Vanderbilt MBA
than the previous year.
Golf Classic. Proceeds will benefit Youth
If you are interested in sponsoring
Villagesâ€™ transitional living program of
or participating in the third annual
Vanderbilt MBA Golf Classic on April
Golfers will enjoy 18 holes of scenic
11, contact Lyndsay Berry Wilkinson at
golf at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in
615-250-7323 or e-mail lyndsay.berry@
Franklin, contests, door prizes, give-
If you would like to be a sponsor or play in the third annual Vanderbilt MBA Golf Classic Friday, April 11, contact:
Lyndsay Berry Wilkinson 615-250-7323 Lyndsay.Berry@YouthVillages.org 4 Winter 2014
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40++3,;,55,::,,(+=0:69@)6(9+/6569:9,+20;,:6*0,;@4,4),9: To celebrate its 25th anniversary of serving children and families, Youth Villages established the Red Kite Society to recognize our special donors - those individuals and institutions who have given $100,000 or more over the years. In September, Youth Villages’ Middle Tennessee advisory board hosted a luncheon to honor the charter members of the Red Kite Society in Middle Tennessee. Patrick Lawler, Youth Villages’ CEO, joined the festivities along with a young woman participating in our transitional living program who represented the thousands of young people whose lives have been dramatically and positively changed through these donors’ tremendous generosity. Above, left to right, are Red Kite Society charter members Brenda Hamburg and Middle Tennessee Advisory Board Co-chair Bill Hamburg, with Youth Villages CEO Pat Lawler and J. D. Elliott. Posing for a photo at the luncheon honoring charter members of Youth Villages’ Red Kite Society, left to right, are Youth Villages Middle Tennessee Development Director Patti Bryan, Youth Villages Intercept Director Amanda Futral, Youth Villages Regional Director Nikki Swann, Youth Villages CEO Pat Lawler, Jennifer Rhodes, Youth Villages Executive Director of Tennessee Charmaine Kromer, Youth Villages Middle Tennessee Advisory Board Co-chair Betsy Walkup and advisory board member Lele Thompson.
Youth Villages is deeply grateful to the Middle Tennessee Red Kite Society charter members: Brenda and Bill Hamburg, Dell, HCA Foundation, Healthways Foundation, Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund, Ken Melkus, Memorial Foundation and Catharine D. Smith.
Through a publicprivate partnership with Youth Villages, Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services offers intensive communitybased services to each of the more than 1,000 young people who turn 18 in state custody each year without being reunited with their birth families or being adopted. This makes Tennessee the first in the nation to offer comprehensive services to help all foster children who age out of state custody. “Investing in these young people now will mean huge gains not only for them as individuals but for our communities as a whole far into the future,” said Gov. Bill Haslam. You can help thousands of young people in Tennessee. Please donate or volunteer your time to help someone in our TL program. Call 615-2507200 to learn more.
hrough the partnership with Tennessee DCS, Youth Villagesâ€™ transitional living program is in the fourth year of a rigorous randomized evaluation designed to test the programâ€™s outcomes as compared to traditional services DYDLODEOHLQWKHFRPPXQLW\7KHVWXG\FRRUGLQDWHGE\0'5&DQRQSURĂ€WHGXFDWLRQDQGVRFLDOSROLF\UHVHDUFKRUJDnization, and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, has followed more than 1,200 Tennessee young people and should yield preliminary results next year.
A(*/.,;:,5*6<9(.,4,5;:<7769;-964;3796.9(4 Zach agreed to wear long pants if the temperature dropped below freezing â€“ until then, he was going to wear shorts. And as the temperature outside hovered just above the freezing mark, Zach, in cargo shorts, shared what the transitional living program has meant to him. â€œI couldnâ€™t have done it on my own,â€? he said. Zachâ€™s a sophomore at Tennessee Tech and plans to teach English at a high school in his hometown. Now 18, Zach entered state custody at 11 years old when his father surrendered his rights. He wouldnâ€™t describe his younger self as stubborn or defiant, but did conclude he had a way of doing things and wasnâ€™t open to being told how. He was shuffled through nu-
Zach, right, and TL Specialist Jennifer Dyer
merous foster homes before he found stability. In many ways, it was Zach
tionship and keep up
â€œI matured a lot during that time,â€?
Zach said. â€œI realized I needed to stop
ment and support
are Jenniferâ€™s pri-
About a year ago, he entered Youth
mary role with Zach.
Villagesâ€™ transitional living program.
Jennifer Dyer is his specialist.
partners youth ages
Theyâ€™ve worked together to help
17-22 with special-
Zach with money management, hous-
ists who support the
ing, insurance and also time manage-
youth in finding safe
Zach has an academic scholarship
with trust and is now
â€œZach does things on his own. But he asks for advice and help. He worked through some issues with trust and is now involved at school and makes friends easily.â€?
involved at school and makes friends easily.â€? In fact, Zach learned quite a bit about forgiveness and friendship. He sat face-to-face with his father after
â€” Jennifer Dyer, TL specialist not seeing him for six years, and keeps
up with his biological
with requirements he must continue
continuing education or job training,
to meet. Jennifer has also helped
reuniting with birth families if possi-
Zach maintain relationships, specifi-
ble, and building healthy adult support
is quick to smile. And thatâ€™s an asset
cally with his former foster family.
â€œHeâ€™s still close with that family,â€?
â€œZach does things on his own,â€? Jen-
Jennifer said. â€œBut Zach needed en-
nifer said. â€œBut he asks for advice and
couragement to maintain that rela-
help. He worked through some issues
family as much as he can. Heâ€™s a generally happy person and
â€œJennifer has helped me quite a bit,â€? Zach said. â€œShe keeps me on track.â€?
+,33>(2,:<7>(33(*,.96<7/64, Longtime community partner Dell Inc. volunteered countless hours with Youth Villages landscaping, planting the garden and painting the interior of the Wallace Group Home. Dell also organized activities for all three group homes that included line dancing workouts, cross training workouts, basketball games and Photoshop and video editing training.
)90+.,:;65,/6:;:*(9,,9+(@ Bridgestone Firestone invited a group of young adults in Youth Villagesâ€™ transitional living program to its corporate headquarters in Nashville for its annual career day, teaching our youth employment skills. The Bridgestone employees kicked off the day with motivational speakers from different departments at Bridgestone, who shared their career paths and backgrounds. The TL youth also learned about resumes, interviews, professional dress and skill assessments.
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=63<5;,,9:º;(9.,;»;(33>66+.96<7/64,05;,9069 Target employees spent a third summer in a row volunteering with Youth Villages at the Tallwood Group Home, painting the interior of the entire house. They even repainted all of the trim too! Thank you again, Target, for continuing to spend a day during the summer volunteering with Youth Villages. We will see you next year.
6/3/6:;:30-,:2033:>692:/67 OHL’s corporate office in Brentwood organized a life skills workshop for the teens living at the group homes that focused on preparing for the future, setting financial goals and etiquette training.
79,+(;69:-6<5+(;065:79<*,: <7;(33>66+.96<7/64, The Nashville Predators Foundation volunteered this summer at the Tallwood Group Home, planting a garden and landscaping the front yard.
/,(3;/>(@:+6,::<44,9*3,(505. 3(5+:*(705.(;5(:/=033,(9,(.96<7/64,: Healthways Inc. sent 75 employees to each of the three group homes in Nashville to do some intensive summer cleaning and landscaping.
Hunt Brothers Pizza invited youth in Youth Villages’ group homes to tour their facility and warehouse in Nashville again this year. The employees at Hunt Brothers also organized workshops for our youth that included resumes and interviews, personal branding and professional dress.
Weekly workouts, mock interviews and dress for success: Banana Republic Factory Outlet at Opry Mills steps up to help
Thrive Marketing Group sent their entire staff to the Binkley Group Home to paint the interior of the home.
,8<05,;/,9(7@),.05:;/09+@,(96-/,3705.40++3,;,55,::,,*/03+9,5 This spring will start the third year of the equine therapy service activity for children in our therapeutic foster care program. Lead by licensed therapist Dede Beasley, M.Ed., LPC, equine therapy is a fully certified and effective therapeutic activity for helping troubled children overcome lifeâ€™s roadblocks through working with horses. Our many thanks to Mary, Alex and Dee Dee Wade for spearheading the support for this activity. For more information on equine therapy, contact Lyndsay Berry Wilkinson at email@example.com.
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Keith Bulluck poses with Youth Villages staff after going back-to-school shopping with 50 young people in Youth Villages programs.
personality Keith Bulluck
lege and playing in the NFL
invited 50 of our youth to
for 11 years after growing
go back-to-school shop-
up in foster care. The event
ping at the Walmart in Cool
ended with a Q&A session
Springs. Each of our youth
where our youth were able
received a gift card to get
to ask Keith questions and
new school supplies, a new
get autographs. Thank you
backpack and new school
again to Keith Bulluck for
uniforms to start the school
organizing the event and
year. Many of the youth
sharing your inspiring story
who participated are in
with our youth and parents
foster care or living at one
in the foster care program.
of Youth Villagesâ€™ group
Also, thank you to Walmart
of Cool Springs and Chik-fil-
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a for sponsoring the event.
Thank you for supporting Youth Villages The following donors made gifts to Youth Villages between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013. The board of directors and staff of Youth Villages gratefully acknowledge these thoughtful contributions. If you made a contribution during this time but it is not listed, please call the Youth Villages Development department at 615-250-7207.
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