We help individuals, families, and communities in many areas of their health, 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
As of March 9, 2021, the Public Charge rule is permanently blocked and is no longer in effect anywhere in the United States. Immigrants can now receive public benefits without fear of impact on their immigration status.
Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) consists of seven divisions, dedicated to ensuring healthy families and strong communities in Clackamas County.
Programs and Resources
Learn more about our department's priorities, how we measure our impact, and improve our performance.
Advisory Boards and Commissions are one way that H3S ensures the community's voice is heard.