Clackamas County Community Health Council

The Community Health Council (CHC) is a patient advisory board consisting of community members — whether you're a patient of the clinics or not — who have a passion for quality healthcare services and access. The CHC represents the needs and interests of Clackamas County's health services and the people who use them.

What We Do

The CHC is responsible for the oversight of a federally funded grant that provides primary medical care, dental, and behavioral health services to Clackamas County residents. Volunteering to serve on the council is an excellent way to help ensure that Clackamas County's services respond to community needs. 

Who Can Serve?

  • Individuals who currently receive health services at Clackamas County Health Centers, or have received health services within the past two years
  • Parents and legal guardians of underage patients seen at the Health Centers
  • County residents 18 years old and over

What Would be my Commitment?

  • Consistently attend two evening meetings per month. The CHC meets every third and fourth Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m., excluding holidays;
  • Council membership term is three (3) years.

Apply to join the board.


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