Jessica DukeAdolescent and School Health Program Managerjessica.email@example.com
Derek MillsOffice Specialistderek.firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth ThorneAdolescent Health Policy Assessment Specialistelizabeth.email@example.com 971-673-3077
Sarah KnipperSchool Health Economistsarah.firstname.lastname@example.org
LaShanda EllerPersonal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Research Analyst email@example.com
Shelagh JohnsonYouth Sexual Health Program Coordinatorshelagh.firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay WeaverPersonal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Project Coordinatorlindsay.email@example.com
Nigel ChaumetonSchool Health Research Analystnigel.firstname.lastname@example.org
Loretta JenkinsSBHC Research Analystloretta.email@example.com
Rosalyn LiuSBHC Systems Resource Developmentrosalyn.firstname.lastname@example.org 971-673-0248
Stefanie MurraySchool Mental Health Specialiststefanie.email@example.com
Kathryn "Kate" O'DonnellSBHC Systems Resource Developmentkathryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie PotterSBHC Administrative Specialistmelanie.email@example.com
Lisa StemberSBHC Public Health Nurselisa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen VianSBHC Public Health Nursekaren.email@example.com
The Coordinated School Health Program/Healthy Kids Learn Better Partnership is a statewide effort to help local schools and communities form partnerships and reduce physical, social and emotional barriers to learning.
Oregon's 55 School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are a unique health care model in which comprehensive physical, mental and preventive health services are provided to youth and adolescents in a school setting.
The Adolescent and School Health Program seeks to improve the health and wellness of adolescents and youth ages 10-24. We are guided by the goals we have written around the core functions of public health.
The Adolescent and School Health Program is part of the Adolescent, Genetic and Reproductive Health Section in the Center for Prevention and Health Promotion.
Focusing on public health issues, we provide guidance and technical assistance to schools, counties, health providers and non-governmental organizations.
A number of our programs have developed tools and compiled reports based on the monitoring efforts of our agency. We have identified essential resources around public health policy and national research considered useful for health professionals working with adolescent populations.
Promoting health and preventing the leading causes of death, disease and injury in Oregon.