Réviance® Portland to donate portion of profits to Clackamas Women’s Shelter

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Réviance® Portland to donate portion of profits to Clackamas Women’s Services

By J Schneider

October 3, 2012

Portland, Oregon – In honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, you can help support local women who are survivors of domestic violence while enjoying an age-reversing non-surgical treatment through Project LIFT.

Dr. James Chan’s facial plastic surgery and aesthetic practice, Reviance Portland®® Portland, announced a cross-promotional partnership today with Clackamas Women’s Services in Oregon that will result in financial and service donations to benefit survivors of domestic violence.

“We are excited that Dr. Chan is choosing to support CWS and hope that our partnership will raise awareness for women in our area facing domestic and sexual violence. We want the community to know that we offer a safe place for survivors to find support and affirmation as they strive to become violence-free and self-sufficient,” said Executive Director Melissa Erlbaum.

New and established patients of Reviance Portland®® Portland can help support women who are victims of domestic and sexual violence when they elect to receive an Ultherapy Treatment, as a portion of all treatment proceeds are earmarked for Clackamas Women’s Services (CWS).

Double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, James Chan, MD, specializes in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and will donate a portion of Ultherapy treatment sales in October as part of his commitment to support CWS as part of his Project LIFT campaign, a program created to drive charitable contributions to help survivors of domestic violence. Ultherapy is the first and only FDA-approved non-surgical treatment to lift facial skin.

“Working with Clackamas Women’s Services through Project LIFT is a meaningful way for us at Reviance Portland®® Portland to support women who have faced domestic violence and give them the encouragement they need to face a new life with greater self-esteem,” said Dr. Chan. “We are honored to be part of the effort to foster self-empowerment of women so they can establish lives free of domestic violence.”

Project LIFT campaign hopes proceeds and subsequent treatments will “lift” the spirits and lives of the women it supports. Dr. Chan and Reviance Portland®® Portland plan to continue partnership work with CWS after October to offer other services and treatments to select CWS clients as part of an ongoing, supportive commitment.

Ultherapy treatment proceeds that benefit Clackamas Women’s Services are available through the month of October at Reviance Portland®® Portland located at 9200 SE 91st Avenue, Suite 210, Portland, OR 97086. More information about Clackamas Women’s Services can be found at

Contact Information:

Yvonne Troutman

Office: 503-953-1230

Email: [email protected]

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