Beyond Abuse was one of many local non profits to receive a very generous donation from Ballentine Ford on Monday! We are very fortunate to have their support.
Many thanks to Bal and Wells!!
pictured above are: Bal Ballentine, Alison Romagnoli, Accounting & HR Manager for Beyond Abuse, and Wells Ballentine
We are so proud of our Volunteer, Ari West for wining this wonderful award. Please click on link below for full story.
Please help us welcome Joy Edwards and her boxer Axel to the Animal Assisted Therapy team at the agency! Joy works at Self Regional Healthcare and her in her spare time will be working with our therapy staff to provide counseling services to victims.
The staff took a few minutes to observe the once in a lifetime total eclipse today!!! What an experience! We actually saw the squirrels rtn to their nest and heard the tree frogs start singing.
Beyond Abuse was one of many local non profits who recently received grants from The Eaton Charitable Fund. Beyond Abuse was awarded $5400 to assist in the purchase and installation of perimeter fencing in order to improve client and staff safety. Donations to assist with this project may be made to:
Beyond Abuse, P O Box 693, Greenwood, SC 29648
Many Thanks to our friends at Eaton!!!
Pictured from top: Rodney Bruner, Hugh Jones (HR Manager, Power Reliability Division), Travis Gunter (Materials Planning Manager, EESS), Cathy Miller (Beyond Abuse), Rick Todd (Plant Manager, Power Reliability Division), Lisa Tolbert (Beyond Abuse BOD), Evan Waechter (Sr. HR Generalist, Power Reliability Division), Chelsey Steifle (HR Supervisor, Hydraulics), Jenesa Salmond, Jessica James, Jessica Reulein.
Beyond Abuse has the following open position:
Reporting to the Children’s Advocacy Program Director, the Forensic Interviewer performs tasks specific to the growing needs for victims of child physical and sexual abuse within Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens and Newberry Counties. In this role s/he will provides forensic interviews and related services for child clients referred by Law Enforcement, DSS or the Solicitor’s Office.
Family Advocate Deanna Kelly ( in right) gets into the action at the recent Clinton Night Out on Aug 1, 2017 at the Lydia Mill Village. The fun filled event gives local service agencies a chance to share information about their services.
Approximately 150 children and adults enjoyed the festivities of Beyond Abuse’s 2nd annual Hispanic Outreach Event which included face painting, inflatables, corn hole, music and the oh so fun DUNKING BOOTH. Notable favorites were our Board President, Travis Dover who was the first to “take the plunge”, followed by Greenwood County Sheriff, Dennis Kelly. Hotdogs and hamburgers rounded out the fun filled night. Greenwood School District 50 was a favorite with their back packs and school supplies. Meg’s House, Healthy Learners, Cornerstone, and Community Initiatives were in attendance to share information on the services their agencies provide.
Thanks to everyone who attended and helped us celebrate the grand opening of the new office in Laurens County located at 23013 Hwy 76, Clinton, SC 29325. This is a significant milestone in the history of the organization, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and will allow us to better serve victims in Laurens and Newberry Counties.
Representatives from partner agencies including the 8th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office, Clinton Public Safety, DSS and Beckman Mental Health along with many others joined in the festivities. Guest speaker was Solicitor David Stumbo.