We assist individuals, families, and communities in many areas, including:
- Physical and oral health
- Mental health and addictions services
- Child and family services
- Assistance for people with disabilities
- Public health
- Aging services
- Low income and special needs housing
- Employment training for individuals with barriers
- Assistance for low-income individuals
Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) consists of eight different Divisions, each dedicated to ensuring healthy families and strong communities in Clackamas County. Please visit our individual Division pages to learn more about what they do.
Richard Swift is the Interim Director of the Health, Housing, and Human Services Department.
If you have a question or would like to request more information about the Department, please call 503-650-5697.
Learn more about our Divisions and the work they do.
Shattering Stigma: Get Trained To Help initiative kicks off in Clackamas County
On May 7, 2015, members of the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division, along with two members of the public, presented their Get Trained To Help initiative, a project aimed at shattering the stigma surrounding mental health by providing mental health first aid training.
H3S Administration programs and resources
The Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) Department improves its services and value through planning, measurement, and process improvement. Learn more about our priorities, how we measure our impact, and improve our performance.
H3S is one of the largest departments in Clackamas County, serving tens of thousands of people in need. Learn more about how the Department is organized.
Advisory Boards and Commissions are one way that H3S ensures the community's voice is heard.
Search for resources and services throughout Clackamas County.
Health Transformation in
Throughout Oregon, new Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) have been created to provide better medical care, better health, and lower health care costs. Find out more about how CCOs are helping people in our county.
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