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Clackamas County Educational Consultants for Troubled Teens
In 2001, Sue Scheff founded Parent’s Universal Resources Experts. She has worked with many parent advocates through the years. In 2019, Donna Ross, joined the team of P.U.R.E.
Take a moment to learn more about Sue and Donna. Together they continue helping families in Clackamas County, OR and throughout our country on a weekly basis.
Parent’s Universal Resource Experts personal mission is bringing families back together.
P.U.R.E.™ is a service to parents and families to assist them with Parent Awareness regarding Therapeutic Boarding Schools,Residential Treatment Centers and Teen Help Programs for troubled teens. This industry is extremely competitive and can be very confusing. The “desperate parent” is at high risk of making wrong decisions that may be detrimental to you and your child.
Since we were once in that position, we want you to take comfort in the fact that you are not alone and give you the opportunity to learn from our experiences and more importantly, gain from our knowledge.
We help educate parents.
Sue Scheff, a nationally recognized Author, Parent Advocate and Family Internet Safety Advocate, has over a decade of experience in the teen help field. She has helped educate thousands of parents, schools, teachers, guidance counselors, police departments, and other areas that need help with at-risk teens. As a parent of a troubled teen, she was once a victim of the daunting Internet and the less than ethical marketing arms. After winning a major landmark lawsuit, with a jury verdict of over $11M for damages, she continues to be a voice in the confusing big business of troubled teen boarding schools and programs. She is often criticized for her strong opinions, however they are what helps you, as a parent, help your teenager in finding what is best for your family. Scheff is also the author of the critically acclaimed book, Wit’s End! A Parent’s True Story, Advice and Resources for Helping Your Out-of-Control Teen, published by Health Communications, Inc (HCI). In her second book, also published by HCI, Google Bomb: The Untold Story of the $11.3M Verdict That Changed the Way We Use the Internet, outlines how the Internet can be a lethal weapon. It’s why Sue Scheff is passionate about educating people about digital citizenship, online safety and reputation.
In October 2017, Sue Scheff released her third bestselling book, Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate (Sourcebooks) with a featured foreword by Monica Lewinsky.
Sue Scheff has been featured on ABC News, 20/20, The Rachel Ray Show, Dr. Phil, CBS Nightly News with Katie Couric, Lifetime, Fox News, The Mel Robbins Show, CBS Early Show, GMA, CBC, BBC, CNN Headline News, Lifetime, InSession Court TV and noted in major publications as USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Forbes, Sun-Sentinel, Asian Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times and many more.
Sue Scheff is a contributor for the Psychology Today, Today Show Parents, Huffington Post, Family Online Safety Institute, Stop Medicine Abuse, Your Teen Magazine, Ten to Twenty Parenting and many more.
Donna Ross joined Parents Universal Resource Experts in the spring of 2019. After a long career as a a successful entrepreneur, and raising two children, she herself used the services of P.U.RE. years ago and realized how important it is to have someone there for you when you are most vulnerable. “Being able to have someone understand what I was going through with my out-of-control teenager helped me realize I wasn’t alone,” Donna shared with us years ago. “P.U.R.E. was there for us when we needed them, answering the tough questions and giving us sound advice.”
Many organizations are founded by people that have had negative experiences in the teen help industry, but with Donna, she was fortunate to have worked with P.U.R.E. years ago, and with their help, located a safe and quality school for her teenager. She is familiar with how a good program can work with families – firsthand. She can help educate you and share her own experiences with you.
Donna is busy learning and visiting more schools and programs in our country to keep you better informed. She is dedicated to helping others, like yourself, educating you when you are facing this major decision of choosing residential therapy.