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Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. Makes Donation to River City Domestic Violence Center and Southeast CASA

Dec 03, 2021 10:13PM ● By Med Magazine

Pictured Above - L-R: Crystal Gemar, CASA case manager, Sherri Rodgers-Conti, executive director CASA, Jordan Schild, M.D., Daniel Megard,  M.D., Scott Kindle, M.D. 

Community support is a core value of Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. and the clinic recently  made donations to two community non-profit organizations. River City Domestic Violence Center and Southeast CASA each received a $5,000 donation. 

L-R: Amy Eichfeld, M.D., Jill Sternquist, M.D., Susan Fanta, M.D., Stacy Starzl, executive director, River City Domestic Violence  Center; Kim Cap, director of program operations, River City Domestic Violence Center, Robert Ferrell, M.D. and Kevin Bray, M.D.

River City Domestic Violence Center aids victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and  child abuse. The center works to educate and change behaviors to end these traumas. This donation will enable  the center to continue offering help to anyone who needs it. A 24-hour crisis line is available by calling  605-665-1448. To learn more about River City Domestic Violence Center, the services they provide or to  donate visit 

CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. CASA volunteers are trained, qualified adults who advocate in court for abused and neglected children. The CASA volunteer will have a court order appointing  them as the advocate for the children in a specific abuse and neglect case. Southeast CASA serves a five-county  area, Bon Homme, Clay, Turner, Union and Yankton counties and relies on donations to train volunteers and  provide services so each child in need is served. 

For the past 75 years, Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. has proudly served Yankton and the surrounding area.  Organizations whose mission aligns with the clinic and are seeking donations, are encouraged to visit for more information.