Testimonials

“For those of us in public service, the educational tools and services offered by CLEAR Alliance will fulfill a tremendous need throughout Oregon.  Although there is substantial research and evidence available, the information is often scattered among various public service agencies and in reports that commonly are too complex for the general public to decipher and interpret, which can lead to a lack of information or misinformation among our public. Knowledge is power to improve public health and safety.  Investing in CLEAR Alliance to format relevant public health and safety data into appealing and user-friendly educational tools will allow multiple public service organizations to utilize the clearinghouse of tools for free, increase access for youth and adults to acquire the knowledge, and save time and money for public health and safety agencies.  We are committed to supporting and partnering with CLEAR Alliance.”
Sheriff John Bishop (Ret.)
Executive Director of Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association
Oregon (every county)

We are focusing our efforts locally on parent/adult education on THC infused products and edibles. The CLEAR alliance flyers are so great. Thank you for your work on this!”
Jill Quackenbush, Prevention Supervisor
Clatsop County Juvenile Department
Astoria, OR

“I am proud to support CLEAR Alliance, a non-profit organization serving Oregon, in its mission to improve public health and safety by providing evidence and science-based research educational tools and resources to youth, young adults and parents.  In our ever-changing world, there is significant need for reputable and current education to be readily available in our communities.  These tools will not only benefit our patients, but health providers as well.”
Dr. Jana VanAmburg, MD, VanAmburg Surgery Care, Medical Examiner
Dr. John Murphy, MD, OBGYN, St. Charles Center for Women’s Health
Dr. Hugh Adair, DO, St. Charles Heart Center
Dr. Pamela Tornay, MD, Central Oregon Emergency Physicians
Dr. Gillian Salton, MD, Central Oregon Emergency Physicians 
Dr. Cornelius Peeples, MD, Central Oregon Emergency Physicians
Dr. David Rosenberg, MD, Central Oregon Emergency Physicians
Jeremy Buller, Registered Nurse, St. Charles Emergency Department
Serving Central Oregon communities in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties

In our Redmond-area region, we serve approximately 500 youth per year through our Boys & Girls clubs sites. We are excited about the collaboration with CLEAR Alliance as their products and services are high in demand for our agency.  Youth today interface significantly with traditional media, social media and technologies that often send misinformation or mixed messages to our youth.  Having CLEAR Alliance’s public health and safety educational tools (all cited and sourced with evidence and science-based research) available to our clubs in both Redmond and Terrebonne will: support professional development for our staff – and allow us to access, utilize and disseminate factual and trustworthy tools and resources to youth, their parents or guardians, our staff, and our community partners – who also utilize the club facilities.  This will increase our knowledge base about substance abuse, mental health and violence prevention and provide a collective voice in communicating with our youth to better prepare them as they grow and develop, graduate high school, further their education, and make healthy life choices.  I plan to share CLEAR Alliance’s free educational tools with the other Boys & Girls club regional directors in Oregon.”
Jennifer O’Keefe
Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club of Redmond & Terrebonne

Redmond and Terrebonne, OR 

“We are proud to support CLEAR Alliance in its mission to improve public health and safety by providing evidence and science-based research educational tools and resources to youth, young adults and parents.  There is significant need for reputable and current education to be readily available in our communities.”
Anthony Guillory, Rogue Valley Young Marines, Grants Pass
Barbara Biencourt, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
D.D. Bents, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Debra Royal, Jackson County Republican Women, Medford
Indra Nicholas, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Jennifer Green, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Jim Brumbach, Pastor, Grants Pass

Jim Moore, Reporter, Grants Pass Daily Courier
Jody Nigh, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Kathleen Kelly, Grants Pass
Keith Trahern, Trahern Real Estate Appraisal, Grants Pass

Linda Dyer, Community Member, Grant Pass
Linda Kramer, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Lisa Crume, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Mary Ann McCoy, Community Member
Nancy Trahern, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Robin Lee, Jackson County Republican Women, Medford
Sandra Spickler, Rogue Valley Republican Women, Grants Pass
Scott Marshall, Community Member
Sherrill Brumbach, Community Member
Vickie Stahl, Pastor, Grants Pass

Community leaders and members of Grants Pass and Medford,OR

As parents, we usually know what we want from our children. I know I want my daughter to say “No” to drugs. I know that I want her to recognize a bad situation when she is in one and get out of it. What I don’t know, without educational tools, is how to prepare her for all of the different forms these drugs/dangers come in and all of the problems that one can experience by using them. Having a tool that I can use for talking points with my teen opens the door to both her and I being able to have a true understanding of what she faces, and will face daily. Knowledge is power for me as a parent and for my daughter as we navigate through her teen years. Clear Alliance provides great tools to bridge the gap between what we hear and see, and what we know to be true.”
Nicole A. McConnell-Steuart, Parent, Escrow Officer
Madras, OR

“I am a parent and also a nurse in the Central Oregon community. As a parent, I want to stay informed of what is out there. I want to know the challenges that my children face, and in what forms these challenges may present themselves. Knowledge is power. Knowing more and educating myself can only benefit me as a parent and my children. Having clear & concise information with talking points will help me communicate things to them in a way that is non-threatening. Ultimately, the impact that I want as a parent is to keep them safe. As a nurse, having this information is important to me so that I know what I may see in clinical practice, better respond to patient needs and questions, and more appropriately understand what we face in the future. I can also use the educational tools as a way to educate others that may feel the information is complex and intimidating. This can only lead to a more informed community with more options. I am so glad to have Clear Alliance’s tools to use!”
Jenny Kettle, RN
Registered Nurse at St. Charles Medical Center
Redmond and Bend, OR

“I have spent some time looking over the CLEAR Alliance website and think that it is fantastic.  The materials that have been compiled here are topnotch and so easily accessible.  What an amazing resource that could be so useful for prevention specialists around the state!”
Belinda Ballah, B.A., CPS
Director, Hood River County Prevention Department
Hood River, OR

“Before joining Clear Alliance I saw the roster of members which included prominent members throughout the state including judges, District Attorneys, other law enforcement professionals, Medical professionals and also concerned parents. In my personal opinion I believe that Clear Alliance is needed in this time in Oregon and it is important that we educate today’s youth on the dangers of marijuana, violence and mental health so they know how to react in the future when they are confronted with these issues. I am proud to be part of this organization.”
Randy Philbrick, EMT
Emergency Medical Technician

Portland, OR

“As a prevention professional I am regularly asked by colleagues and personal acquaintances where to find the latest credible information about drug trends. The CLEAR Alliance educational tools are quickly becoming my first stop for evidence based research that has been cited and sourced. Most recently marijuana infused edibles has been a hot topic. I went to ClearAlliance.org and was not disappointed. The information I needed was readily available. I trust the information has been well vetted and I refer others to the user-friendly website often. Thank you for providing this much needed resource to our communities!”
Tiffany Hicks, M.A., CPS
Clackamas County Children, Youth and Families

Oregon City, OR

“Our youth organization serves girls ages 9 to 14 from the Central Oregon communities of Bend, Madras, Prineville, and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs through a traveling competitive softball program.  We strive to teach the girls life lessons through the game of softball with the goal of preparing them to be productive members of society.  Sportsmanship, work ethic, respect for self and others, academics, and making healthy life choices are all covered in our program.   The tools CLEAR Alliance offers for youth, young adults, and parents are excellent resources and will be utilized and made available to the youth and parents we serve.  Thank you.” 
Jeremy Puckett, Head Coach & Program Director of High Desert YellowJackets
Redmond Sports Federation non-profit organization
Serving Bend, Madras, Prineville, Redmond, and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, OR 

“I am proud to support CLEAR Alliance, a non-profit organization serving Oregon, in its mission to improve public health and safety by providing evidence and science-based research educational tools and resources to youth, young adults and parents.  In our ever-changing world, there is significant need for reputable and current education to be readily available in our communities.”
Shawn Martinez, CPS
Josephine County Prevention Coordinator

Grants Pass, OR

 

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