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Community Resource Guide
Search for resources and services throughout Clackamas County.

Clackamas Health Centers
Clackamas County Health Centers provide direct medical, dental, and mental health services to Clackamas County residents.

Dental Care
Our friendly dental staff can help you with all things dental, from regular checkups and toothaches, to more complicated dental needs.

Get a Food Handler Card
If you are a restaurant employee or the operator of a temporary restaurant, you are required to get a food handler card.

Behavioral Health
We work with community partners and a network of providers to offer a wide variety of mental health and addictions treatment services to children, youth, families, and adults. Our services include crisis care, drug and alcohol treatment, and assessment and evaluation.

Crisis Services
Crisis Services provides 24-hour help for people experiencing a mental health crisis. We provide consultation, evaluation, and assistance from mental health professionals.

Public Health
Protecting and promoting the health of Clackamas County.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services
Behavioral Health provides specialized support programs for alcohol and drug addiction treatment and recovery.

Health, Housing, and Human Services
Healthy Families. Strong Communities.

Birth and Death Certificates
The Public Health Division is the home for vital records in Clackamas County.

Immunization Information
Immunization is extremely important for protecting public health.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program
WIC provides food, education, and support to pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and children up to the age of 5 years old.

Beavercreek Health and Wellness Center
The Beavercreek Health Center is a full service primary health care clinic offering medical, dental, and mental health services.

Clackamas Health Centers Board
The Clackamas Health Centers Board work with a governing board of County residents and patients to oversee the work of our centers and ensure that our health care services continue to serve our community with excellence and integrity.

Mental Health and Addictions Services
At Clackamas Health Centers, we believe that individuals can and do achieve wellness and fullness of life even when dealing with significant mental health or addictions issues.

Sunnyside Health and Wellness Center
Sunnyside is a is a full service primary care health center offering medical, dental, and behavioral health services.

Public Health Client Feedback
We value your opinion. Please share your feedback with us.

Centerstone Clinic
Centerstone is your ?one-stop-shop? for getting help in a mental health crisis for anyone in the County.

Treatment Courts
Treatment courts are special courts with jurisdiction over some criminal offenders with mental illness and/or drug abuse. Treatment courts provide an alternative to jail or prison for some individuals whose crime was related to their mental illness or addiction.

Assistance for Cover Oregon
Clackamas County's Assistance for Cover Oregon webpage

Gladstone Health and Wellness Center
The Gladstone Health and Wellness Center is a full service primary health care center offering medical and behavioral health services.

Medical Care
Clackamas County Health Centers can treat everything from bumps and bruises to colds and flu and more serious health problems.

Sandy Health and Wellness Center
The Sandy Health and Wellness Center offers affordable primary care services to the community.

School Based Health Centers
School Based Health Centers provide comprehensive and confidential physical, mental and preventive health services in a school setting to our young people.

Our Health Centers
The Clackamas Health and Wellness Centers and School Based Health Centers are all excellent options for your health care needs.

Involuntary Commitment
ICP staff work with individuals and agencies to determine when involuntary commitment is necessary, and to protect the civil rights and due process for individuals.

Housing and Commmunity Development
Our subdivisions receive funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide affordable housing and revitalize neighborhoods.

Health Transformation in Oregon
Transforming Health Care in Clackamas County

Performance Improvement
The H3S Department strives to improve its performance every day.

Department Organization
H3S is organized into eight separate divisions, as well as an administration office. Each Division offers a suite of services for people in need throughout Clackamas County, and cooperates on many initiatives.

Hilltop Behavioral Health Center
The Hilltop Behavioral Health Centers offers outpatient mental health and addictions treatment services in Oregon City.

Sandy Behavioral Health Center
The Sandy Behavioral Health Center offers outpatient mental health and addictions treatment services.

BabyLink: call (971) 400-7832
Resources for expecting and new parents and their families

Dental Health Access
Dental health is important for overall health

Wellness home page
Clackamas County promotes whole person, whole system wellness.

Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid is an exciting interactive course that prepares members of the public to provide Mental Health First Aid to people in need.

Oregon Health Plan Member Information
Clackamas Behavioral Health Division manages the mental health services for Oregon Health Plan members who live in Clackamas County. Health Share of Oregon/Clackamas MH is your mental health plan.

Oregon Health Plan Provider Information
Clackamas Behavioral Health works with a network of OHP providers through the Clackamas Mental Health Organization (MHO). Learn more about this organization here.

Mental Health Services
The Behavioral Health Division can help you with many of your mental health needs, including support for adults, children, and families.

Peer and Family Support Services
Behavioral Health works with peer services organizations to provide additional support for people and their families in need of mental health and addictions support.

H3S Community Advisory Boards and Commissions
Advisory Boards and Commissions are one way that H3S ensures that the community's voice is heard.

Continuous Process Improvement
The Concept of Process Improvement we call Lean

Overview of the Department
pdf budget presentation

OMOD event flyer
BING flyer

Substance Abuse: Client Retention in Treatment
Number of ClackamasCounty Behavioral Health Clinic Substance Abuse clients who recieve 9 or more appointments in the first 90 days of treatment.

Corrections employment program
The number of corrections clients who received a service who became employed. The percent of corrections clients who received at least one service who became employed.

Domestic Violence victims reporting greater access to advocacy, resources, supports, and services
Measured as the number of Domestic Violence (DV)victims reporting increased access to DV advocacy,resources, supports, and services / number of DV victims served who respondto follow-up survey.

Utilization of Vouchers
Total number of Housing Vouchers presented to individuals which are utilized according to their requirements during the quarter / Total number of Housing vouchers presented to individuals during the quarter

Communicable disease investigations completed in a timely manner
The number of disease investigations (excluding pertussis; which is investigated through the Metro Area Pertussis Surveillance system) completed within established timelines / Total number of cases reported during the quarter

Three Strikes Guidelines
Guidelines for Alfresco Users

summerfoodprograms2014
Summer food programs

Performance Measurement
H3S measures a variety of indicators to keep track of our progress.

Planning and Priorities
The mission and goals of the Department, as well as key strategic initiatives for the year.

Community Resource Guide
Search for resources and services throughout Clackamas County.

Health Care
Clackamas County Health Centers can treat everything from bumps and bruises to colds and flu and more serious health problems.

Peer Services
Peer Support Specialists, at some time in their lives, have been or have had a family member who has been a consumer of mental health services.

Stewart Behavioral Health Center
The Stewart Behavioral Health Centers provides comprehensive services for severely and persistently mentall ill adults.

Supported Employment
Helping people with mental health issues find and keep a good job.

Reports and Data
Public Health information and reports

Outpatient Providers
Clackamas Mental Health Organization Outpatient Participating Provider List

Disease Prevention and Education
Communicable diseases are those conditions that can be spread to others through air, touch or contact with contaminated body fluids.

Community Health Dashboard
Explore a variety of health and quality of life indicators in the Community Dashboard or click on one of the selected indicators below.

Report a Disease: call (503) 655-8411, option 1
For Oregon physicians and other healthcare providers to report cases of specific reportable conditions.

Environmental Health Services
The Public Health Division works to protect the safety and health of our food, air, and water.

Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked quesitons about the Public Health Division's programs and services.

Healthy Communities
Public Health works to promote healthier choices in our community through a range of healthy communities initiatives.

Public Health Advisory Committee
A community voice in the review and revision of public health activities, strategies and goals.

Mental Health and Addictions Council
The Mental Health and Addictions Council serves as an advisory body to the Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners and the Director of the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division on community needs, gaps in services, barriers and priorities related to providing mental health and addictions services in the County.

Pregnancy, birth, and your baby
Help for expecting mothers, new mothers, and families.

engAGE in Community
engAGE in Community is a community-based action initiative whose mission is to establish Clackamas County as an age-friendly place that supports people's ability to age actively and successfully in their home or community of choice

Commuting
Finding your Alternative Commute

Destressing - Employee Assistance Program
Taking care of your body and mind

Education
Self-Help Resources for County Employees

Financial Fitness
Financial Services for County Employees

Food
Delicious ways to stay healthy

Taking Care of Yourself (Medical)
Medical Care Services County Employees

Newsletters
Get Your Wellness & Safety News

Moving (Exercise)
Exercising opportunities for Clackamas County Employees

Flu Prevention
Influenza (or

Inspection Information
Clackamas County Public Health Division inspects all restaurants and a range of other facilities (pools, tourist facilities, schools, daycares and water wells) with potential health impacts to ensure health and safety throughout the County.

Public Health Nurses
Helping Clackamas families grow and thrive

Restaurant, Temporary Restaurant, Pool, Spa and other Food Service and Facility Licensing informatio
Clackamas County Public Health licenses Restaurants and other food service facilities such as temporary restaurants and mobile food units. Swimming pool, spa pool, and tourist facility licensing information is included. You can download license applications, rule information, plan review information, and plan review applications.

Walking and Places To Go
A fun way to keep moving

Contact Wellness
Wellness wants to hear from you!

County Team Sponsorship
Create a County Team for an Event

Exercise Classes
Exercise Classes for County Employees, Retirees and Dependents

Medical Plan Discounts on Fitness
Fitness Resources through Providence and Kaiser

Gym Discount Program
Discounts Offered by Local Gyms

Steps to Health Pedometer Program
A Virtual Walk of the Oregon Trail

Portland to Coast - Hood to Coast
PTC & HTC Sponsorship Opportunities for County Teams

Stretching Program
Helping to Stay Injury and Pain Free

Weight Management
Clackamas County's Weight Management Programs

Wellness Exercise Room
Personal Use of the Wellness Exercise Room

Emergency Preparedness
Responding to public health emergencies in the community

Healthy Eating Active Living
The Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) grant program supports community-based projects that increase access to healthy foods and promote physical activity.

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education
Clackamas County Public Health Division is committed to preventing HIV and AIDS, and to ensuring that all individuals who are HIV+ are connected to the supports, services and resources that they need.

Getting the most from your medications
Information for seniors on how to use prescriptions effectively and safely

Tobacco Prevention and Education Program
The Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) works to reduce tobacco use and its impacts in Clackamas County.