KCSDV Press Release - Great Bend program director recognized nationally for sexual violence prevention

NSVRC Visionary Voice Award

- For Immediate Release:  Monday, April 22, 2016

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Topeka, KS, 4/22/2016 – April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In observance, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) recognizes the creativity and hard work of individuals around the country through its Visionary Voice Award. These awardees have demonstrated outstanding efforts to end sexual violence. 

This year, Laura Patzner of Great Bend has received the 2016 Visionary Voice Award. Ms. Patzner was nominated by the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) and is one of 30 individuals across the country recognized for her efforts to address sexual violence and promote safe, healthy communities. 

Ms. Patzner has advocated on behalf of survivors of sexual violence for most of her life. “Laura is one of our premier Kansas leaders in the anti-sexual violence work in this state and we are thrilled with this recognition of her life’s work,” said Joyce Grover, executive director of KCSDV. 

Ms. Patzner has not only worked at the Family Crisis Center for many years but she has served in leadership roles on the state level as well. Ms. Patzner is responsible for the creation of the child advocacy center in the Great Bend area, offering another critical service for children who have been sexually abused. Ms. Patzner has worked to expand the reach of the Family Crisis Center’s sexual assault programming far beyond the Great Bend and Barton county areas and into all of the 10 counties that make up the service area of the program. Ms. Patzner has served on the Board of KCSDV as both a member and officer, has chaired the KCSDV peer-review accreditation committee, and was an integral leader in updating the sexual assault core services standards for Kansas programs. Over the years, Ms. Patzner has also served on state-level work groups and task forces sponsored by the offices of the Governor and the Attorney General. Currently, Ms. Patzner is the executive director of the Family Crisis Center with its main offices in Great Bend. 

“Leaders like Laura are fundamental to the work to end sexual violence. I am confident Laura has positively impacted the lives of many, many Kansas survivors,” said Grover. 

Ms. Patzner will be presented with the award at Family Crisis Center’s Red Shoe Event on April 26, at the Great Bend Community Theatre. 

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Founded in 1982, the purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network of programs providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence and stalking, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; comprehensive prevention; and, social change efforts. Learn more at www.kcsdv.org, or call 785-232-9784.

The Family Crisis Center is a member of KCSDV and provides services to victims of sexual and domestic violence in Barton, Pratt, Edwards, Ness, Rush, Pawnee, Stafford, Kiowa, Comanche, and Barber counties. Learn more at familycrisiscntr.org


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KCSDV Press Release - April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

- For Immediate Release:  Monday, April 4, 2016

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Topeka, KS, 4/4/2016 – The Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) welcomes April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Governor Sam Brownback signed a proclamation on April 1, 2016, recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the state of Kansas. 

Sexual violence is a heinous crime that does not discriminate. It affects women, men, and children of all backgrounds and economic groups in Kansas and across the United States. In Kansas, one rape is reported every 8 hours, 18 minutes. In over 80% of these reported cases the offender is known by the victim.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey reports nearly 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men in the United States have been raped at some time in their lives, and nearly 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have experienced other forms of sexual violence victimization in their lifetime. Equally disturbing, the national survey shows that those with food and housing insecurity are particularly at risk of sexual assault.

Rape and sexual violence also have long-term health consequences. Sexual assault victims can carry the physical and emotional trauma with them for years and many victims have increased health problems across their life spans. In addition to the immediate physical and emotional costs, the impact of sexual violence may also include posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, depression, homelessness, eating disorders, and suicide.

KCSDV conducted the first-ever statewide census of the number and type of sexual violence services provided in the state.  During one week in Kansas in 2015, there were 816.25 hours of services provided to 455 victims of sexual violence.

"Sexual Assault Awareness Month gives everyone the opportunity to learn more, respond better, and involve the community," said Joyce Grover, executive director of KCSDV.  "Many victims never tell anyone about the sexual violence. We challenge everyone this month to be the person a survivor can turn to for help and support."

KCSDV invites everyone to learn more about what you can do. Find more information at kcsdv.org or check with your local domestic violence and sexual assault program about activities in your community.  Join the conversation at facebook.com/kcsdv.

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Founded in 1982, the purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network of programs providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence and stalking, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; comprehensive prevention; and, social change efforts. Learn more at www.kcsdv.org, or call 785-232-9784.


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KCSDV Press Release - Response to Hesston Shooting

Kansas Coalition Responds to Hesston, Kansas Shooting

For Immediate Release:  Friday, February 26, 2016

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Topeka, KS, 2/26/2016 –  Today, the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence expresses condolences for the families and communities impacted by the mass shooting in Hesston, KS. As information is released, KCSDV and others are learning of the connection to domestic violence.  A protection from abuse order was served on the shooter a short time before this rampage began.

According to the national analysis on mass shootings, significant numbers of them are related to domestic violence, usually with the victim of domestic violence and/or children and family members also being killed. The shooting in Hesston has its own connection to domestic violence, with the shooter having been served with a protection order at work only a couple hours before. When victims reach out for help or attempt to leave an abusive relationship, the abuser’s violence may increase or become more lethal. This is why 24-hour advocacy services are so critical for victims.

“Domestic violence impacts everyone and every community in Kansas, and sadly this shooting is another example of that impact,” said Joyce Grover, executive director of the KCSDV, “Our condolences go out to the people impacted by this shooting.”

Kansas advocacy programs serve over 25,000 victims every year, providing support and helping them reach a safe place when they are in danger. “There is help and support for victims, family members, communities, workplace managers, and others who come face to face with domestic violence.  We urge Kansans to reach out to the Kansas crisis hotline, their local advocacy program or KCSDV for help in addressing this violence,” said Grover.

The Kansas crisis hotline can be reached by calling 1-888-End Abuse (1-888-363-2287). For information on local advocacy programs in Kansas visit www.kcsdv.org/find-help

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Founded in 1982, the purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network of programs providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence and stalking, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; comprehensive prevention; and, social change efforts. Learn more at www.kcsdv.org, or call 785-232-9784.

KCSDV Press Release - Advocate Honored

Liberal Advocate Honored with Statewide Award

Coalition awards its Outstanding Advocate of the Year Award

For Immediate Release:  Monday, February 22, 2016

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Topeka, KS, 2/22/2016 – Frenanda "Sadie" Madden with LARC DVS, Inc. (formerly known as the Liberal Area Rape Crisis and Domestic Violence Services, Inc.), received the Juliene Maska Outstanding Advocate of the Year Award from the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV).  The award was presented during KCSDV’s 13th Annual Safe Homes, Safe Streets event at the Sunflower Safety Luncheon and Awards Ceremony in Topeka. 

Since 1995, KCSDV has been recognizing outstanding advocates and allies who are working to enhance victim safety, increase perpetrator accountability, and prevent and eliminate sexual and domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking in Kansas. 

For over 15 years, Madden’s passion for helping others has been apparent in her daily work with survivors of sexual and domestic violence.  Madden has provided exemplary services on behalf of survivors, and according to LARC DVS, survivors are drawn to Madden’s style of advocacy.  "Sadie puts the survivors she serves first and empowers others to their fullest potential," said Lori Hensley, LARC DVS executive director. 

In addition to her outstanding advocacy, Madden has also helped LARC DVS grow.  Several years ago, when LARC DVS began serving two additional counties in southwest Kansas, Madden worked diligently to establish connections - meeting with community partners; providing community education; and speaking with service groups, schools, law enforcement, court services, churches, and many others about LARC DVS and the services available for survivors.  Over time, the services in these two additional counties grew so much that more time was needed to provide advocacy services to survivors in these counties. 

Now a supervisor at LARC DVS, Madden’s commitment to survivors and the agency is as strong as ever.  "Sadie is a mentor to the other advocates and leads by example, making sure all facets of the agency run smoothly," said Hensley.  "She is truly deserving of this award."

"KCSDV is honored to recognize Sadie with this distinguished award," said Joyce Grover, KCSDV executive director.  "Sadie’s work on behalf of survivors is transformative and life-saving in so many ways," said Grover.

Other award winners at this year’s event included the Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. and Pittsburg State University’s Students for Violence Prevention, and Dung and Paul Kimble of Wichita, for the Project of the Year Awards; and Officers Lori Kimrey and Darrin Williams of the Wichita Police Department West Patrol Station, and Twila Wollenberg, MDCV Elementary School Principal, for Community Ally of the Year Awards.

Photos available upon request.

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Founded in 1982, the purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network of programs providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence and stalking, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; comprehensive prevention; and, social change efforts. Learn more at www.kcsdv.org, or call 785-232-9784.

LARC DVS, Inc. is a member program of KCSDV and provides sexual and domestic violence advocacy services in Grant, Haskell, Morton, Seward, Stanton, and Stevens counties. For more information visit http://www.larcdvs.org/, or call 620-624-8818.


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KCSDV Press Release - Police Officers Honored

Wichita Police Officers Honored with Statewide Award

Coalition awards Community Ally of the Year Award

For Immediate Release:  Thursday, February 18, 2016

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Topeka, KS, 2/18/2016 –  Two Wichita Police Officers from the West Patrol Station have received the Community Ally of the Year Award from the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV).  Officer Darrin Williams and Officer Lori Kimrey were presented the award during KCSDV’s 13th Annual Safe Homes, Safe Streets event at the Sunflower Safety Luncheon and Awards Ceremony last week in Topeka. 

Since 1995, KCSDV has been recognizing outstanding advocates and allies who are working to enhance victim safety, increase perpetrator accountability, and prevent and eliminate sexual and domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking in Kansas. 

Officer Williams and Officer Kimrey were nominated for the award by the Catholic Charities, Inc. Harbor House, a domestic violence advocacy program serving Wichita.  Each year, Williams and Kimrey personally collect money and donations so that the West Patrol Station can throw a Christmas Party for the children residing at Harbor House’s safe shelter.   The Officers personally purchase the gifts, and with fellow officers and an “Officer” Santa Claus, they show up at Harbor House with armloads of wrapped gifts. 

“Officer Williams and Officer Kimrey are perfect examples of going above and beyond the call of duty,” said Joyce Mahoney, Harbor House Program and Outreach Services Director. “Not only have they shown compassion by giving the children at Catholic Charities Harbor House a Christmas to remember, they have given the children much more.  They have instilled in these children the message that law enforcement are people they can rely on and trust,” said Mahoney.  According to Harbor House, the children look up to the Officers as role models, and their community policing efforts make law enforcement more accessible to survivors of domestic violence. “These interactions have allowed for officers and survivors to connect and build relationships that impact survivors’ safety and wellbeing,” said Joyce Grover, KCSDV executive director.  “These Officers’ partnership with Harbor House is life-changing and is the perfect example of what this award is about,” said Grover. 

Other award winners at this year’s event included Sadie Madden from LARC, the sexual and domestic violence advocacy program located in Liberal, for the Juliene Maska Outstanding Advocate of the Year Award; Twila Wollenberg, MDCV Elementary School Principal for a Community Ally of the Year Award; and the Safehouse Crisis Center of Southeast Kansas and Pittsburg State University’s Students for Violence Prevention, and Dung and Paul Kimble of Wichita, for Project of the Year Awards.

Photos available upon request.

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Founded in 1982, the purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network of programs providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence and stalking, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; comprehensive prevention; and, social change efforts. Learn more at www.kcsdv.org, or call 785-232-9784.

Catholic Charities, Inc. Harbor House is a member of KCSDV and provides services to victims of domestic violence in Sedgwick County. Learn more at http://catholicdioceseofwichita.org/family-stabilization/harbor-house, or call (316) 263-6000.


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