Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch - This partnership has enabled Mike Ryan to provide valuable drug education in schools across Alberta due to the funding provided by Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch. Their generosity is very much appreciated as we continue to spread education regarding drugs throughout the province.
Edmonton Ski Club - In the winter of 2017 Edmonton Ski Club became a partner by offering to subsidize skiing lessons for youth in our program. The partnership has been successful with youth from both UP! and McMan taking part in the program as well as youth who have been to Clean Scene referred by Stony Plain Probation Office.
LIAP Media Corp - Larry and Janet Anderson have supported Clean Scene in many ways, none more so than providing the materials for us to roll out the Live Your Magic program in 2016. It was this program that enabled Clean Scene to receive funding from the Youth Justice Department in order to bring the Live Your Magic Program to fruition. Clean Scene is very thankful to the Anderson's and LIAP Media Corp for their continued support.
McMan Family Services - McMan have welcomed Clean Scene in to their programming after meeting with our mentors to discuss our vision and goals for youth in group care. We provide an additional support to group home workers in the form of rides to and from sports activities, school, medical appointments. Clean Scene have been approved by various probation offices to provide community hours for those with criminal charges. The majority of our partners find this to be very helpful.
Mikes Bikes and Beans - Mike became a partner of Clean Scene in November 2016 after becoming aware of the work that Clean Scene does to help youth find what they are passionate about. Mike was once a teenager and feels that he wouldn't be where he is today if somebody never gave him a chance. To be able to offer our youth a chance to learn mechanics and also various life skills that will be needed when entering the work force is something Mike is proud of. The only thing he asks is that the youth come with a willingness to learn and a playlist of music they want to listen to while working.
Parkland School Division - The newest partnership that Clean Scene has recently put in place is with the Parkland School Division. This partnership enables Clean Scene Mentors to visit schools within the division to add support to youth who may be struggling within their environment. Clean is present at Spruce Grove Composite High Schoo and Spruce Grove Outreach School on Tuesdays.
Sir George Simpson Jr High School - Every second Thursday, Clean Scene "LYM" mentors are available at Sir George Simpson Jr High in St. Albert for youth to drop in and speak to. The principal at the school credits Mike and Clean Scene with facilitating transformation in many youths lives in the time that they have been a partner with Clean Scene.
St. Albert Outreach School - Clean Scene is present at the St. Albert Outreach School on Thursdays. Our presence at the school allows us to build relationships with youth who may need a alternative support.
Stony Plain Youth Centre - Cheryl at SPYC has been working with Mike Ryan and Clean Scene for a number of years. We operate a group out of SPYC on Wednesday evenings which allows youth to practice valuable social skills when interacting with others. 2017 promises to be a great year working out in Stony Plain as we move the group activity forward and begin to include community based activities.
UP! - Unlimited Potential have been a partner with Clean Scene for over a year after some of the youth attended Mike Ryan's Wednesday night group session at Stony Plain Youth Centre. Staff from Clean Scene attended the group home Christmas Dinner and regularly visit the youth in their schools to add an alternative support when working with the youth to stay in, and complete school.