Oregon Lyme Disease Network
Seeking solutions to protect you and your loved ones 
from Tick borne illness in Oregon
phone:    541-321-6536
fax:    541-617-1700
email: theresa@oregonlyme.com



Presented by Music for Mental Health: A Benefit Concert for Oregon Lyme Disease Network Children and Young Adult funds, and for raising awareness of Lyme Disease in Oregon.

When: May 12, 2019  Doors open at 6:30 PM  Concert begins at 7:00 PM
Where: The HoloScene 1001 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97214

For our sponsors: 

To Purchase Tickets to the event :    TICKETS

Thank you Nicole and Kendall for sharing our dream and making it a reality with all your amazing connections and hard work. Thanks to Sponsors of this event: 

Kyle Morton: 


Kyle Morton from Typhoon is a family man; he enjoys long strolls, home-cooked meals and other such pastoral pleasures.  He also writes songs for and performs in his band, Typhoon.

Kendall Core is a singer-songwriter based in Portland, Oregon whose emotional songs transform into a heavy rock sound with a full band. Her debut album ‘Crazy Dog’ was inspired by the process of grief and healing.

The vulnerability of Core's lyrics are carried by a soulful warm tone, occasionally operatic, echoing with a haunted yearning. Her voice cuts through, raw and pure, a perfect vehicle for slow and hard stories about the darker side of life. The lyrics are born of troublesome questions and truths leaving just a few windows where light breaks in. There is a guarded hope in her reflection along with time-worn wisdom, captivating when discovered in someone so young.

Portland's Anna Hoone delivers the kind of straightforward folk that comes bristling with poetic barbs...Hoone's voice is a vessel of poise and of prose-heavy lyricism that recalls the melodic grit of songsmiths like Lucinda Williams. [Her songwriting] is replete with the kind of imagery Americana purists crave and fans of country/western revere as foundational tenets.” Willamette Week


Willamette Valley Lyme Support Group Hosts Dr Usha Honeyman
Dr Usha Honeyman to discuss history of Lyme/Borrelia in the US, incidence of Lyme, prevention, diagnosis, issues with lab tests , diagnosis and treatment. If you fish, hike, enjoy your outdoor parks, garden or have pets, this is a must do event!
Oregon Lyme Disease Network is a 501c3 non profit dedicated to advocating for Oregonians suffering from Lyme disease, a tick borne illness causing neurological, cardiac and arthritic issues.
Sat March 18th, 20178  12:30-3:30 PM
Emerald Bible Fellowship 

Emerald Bible Fellowship

1855 Cal Young Road

Eugene, OR 97401

Tick Talks Schedule for 2017

April  13 2017 - Camp Sherman Community Group

April 22 2017 - Roseburg Oregon Community Support Group 

April 19th  -  Cascade Mycological Society   7 pm- 9 pm , 2700 Hillyard St Eugene Oregon 97405 .  Speaker Katie McLaughlin presenting "Ticks in Oregon".  FREE


Tick Talk Schedule for May and June  2016

April 29th Alfalfa Area Horse Club  7:00 pm

Alfalfa Community Hall & Grange
26155 Willard Rd, Bend, Oregon 97701
May 20th Bandon Oregon, location to be announced
Sponsored by  Langlois and Port Orford Public Libraries

May 24th  6:30  PM Sisters  Oregon at Belfry 
Sponsored by Science Club 

June 17th. 6 AM-12:00 PM John Day Oregon Health Fair 
Sponsored by US Forest Service, Malheur Forest

June 30th  BLM Salem Oregon Tick Talk (CLOSED MEETING)

Bureau of Land Management

Salem District

1717 Fabry Rd. S.E.

Salem, OR 97306


Under Our Skin Public Screening 

Cost: FREE
March 5th, 2016 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Hawthorn Healing Arts
39 NW Louisiana Ave, Bend, OR 97703

 Please RSVP to Oregon Lyme Disease Network as space is limited.

 theresa@oregonlyme.com or 541-321-6536 please leave specific rsvp with a call back number  if no answer

Dr Chris Kleronomous  NOVEMBER 8th, Portland OR

Bee Venom Therapy seminar By Dr Chris Kleronomous

Sunday Nov 8th, 2015     1:00-3:00 PM

Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital

1040 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, 1st Floor Auditorium 

The building is across the street from the Hospital's main entrance.  There is a parking garage behind this building where you can park and a doorway in the garage on the first level that connects to the building.  We will be meeting in the first floor auditorium.  There is an elevator if you can not take stairs and signs will posted.  Remember to get a parking pass at the meeting.

As a reminder, please refrain from wearing scented perfumes, colognes, lotions etc. the day of the meeting.  Many individuals with Lyme also deal with chemical sensitivities.

Class taught by Dr Chris Kleronomous. He was previousl the clinical director of the Mutli Disciplinary Pain and Rehabilitation program for Salem Hospitals comprehensive pain program. His clinic focusis on diagnosis and treatmet of fibromyalgia, myfascial and neuropathic pain syndromes. He is a leading expert on appliction and adiminstration of of Bee Venom Therapy and publishes and lectures on the subject around the country.


Katina Makris Sept 16-25, 2015  on Tour in Oregon! (three event links below:
CCH, CIH Katina Makris’  Tour 2015 was amazing success.  Over 160 patients were reached, and a significant number of practitioners also came to learn from her. While you may  have missed Katinas first round in Oregon, she will be back next fall. We are starting our list now for those who dont want to miss out on her 2nd appearance. Additionally, her books can be ordered online. For 
Her “Overcoming Full Life Catastrophe” workshop includes motivational tools, as well as experiential takehome practices. Katina’s companion book, “ MENDING: Auto-Immune Illness & Lyme Disease: Body, Mind & Spirit” will be released in August 2015, by SkyHorse Publishing.

Many thanks to Researched Nutritionals, NeuroScience Labs and Byron White Formulas our sponsors of this event (See sponsor page for links to their sites)   

Organizer :  Mike Nosbaum
Event summary : Mike traveled from CA border to the WA border, over 380 miles to raise awareness in Oregon.  
This was also a fundraiser to help raise funds to help educate  physicians in Oregon on Lyme disease diagnosis and treatmentn with ILADS standards of care.

Oregon State Capitol March 30th , 2015

Senate Health Committee Hearings

Dillon King (front), 
next row: Theresa Denham, Mary Jane Heppe, Beth Schultz, Back Row Dr. Stephen Heppe, Elizabeth Aaroe, Sharon Lee, RN, and Jessie Brody

Oregon Health Policy Board Meetings

Nov 12, 2014
Speakers: Dr. Stephen Heppe, Pam Ritzenthaler, Deb Elder
Also Present: Mary Jane Heppe and Elaine Walker (Hood River Support Group, David Johnson (Portland OR Support Group), Elaine Kallase, Katie Snap

Lyme Disease Rally in Eugene OR, July 2014. Put on by Oregon Lyme Disease Network, Eugene chapter.

Tick Flagging in Hood River Oregon 2013