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Visit our Closures page for the latest information about office closures.
We also encourage you to call before visiting any county office.
Office Closures

Please contact us by email, phone, or mail. We will work to respond as quickly as we can, but we do ask for your patience as we focus on providing public service and keeping our community and staff safe.

Phone 503-742-5300
Mail Clackamas County Public Health
2051 Kaen Road Suite 367
Oregon City, OR 97045

 

Please mail orders to Clackamas County Vital Records or fax them. Payments can be submitted over the phone.

Phone 503-742-5300
Fax 503-742-5936
Mail Clackamas County Vital Records
2051 Kaen Road Suite 367
Oregon City, OR 97045

Please mail orders to Clackamas County Environmental Health or fax them. 

Phone 503-742-5931
Fax 503-742-5301
Mail Clackamas County Environmental Health
2051 Kaen Road Suite 367
Oregon City, OR 97045

 

Nurse Home Visiting services are being offered virtually. New clients are being accepted.

Email homevisitingnurse@clackamas.us
Fax 503-655-8388

You can fill out the form online, or you can print the form and fax it to 503-655-8388.  If you have supporting documents or chart notes they can be emailed or faxed, as well.

Please do not come in person to WIC. WIC services are being offered over the phone.  Please call or email WIC if you need assistance. New clients are being accepted!

Phone 503-655-8476
Email wic@clackamas.us

Clackamas County Public Health is committed to improving quality of life and protecting the health and well-being of all residents

Cat and a dog

Rabies prevention starts with you!

Access to Preventive Health Program

Vision: Every person in Clackamas County has sustainable, equitable access to preventive health and nutrition.

Mission: We promote community health through building partnerships, connecting systems, and providing services to improve immunization rates, reproductive health, and maternal and childhood health and nutrition.

Provides supplemental food and healthcare needs, and nutrition education.

WIC is here to help you reach your breastfeeding goals!

Birth control, pregnancy tests, STIs, relationship safety and where to go for care.

The most effective means available for protecting the health of your child and our community.

Services are no-cost and offered in both English and Spanish.

Healthy Smiles Program, offered at WIC, is a cavity prevention program for children ages 0-5 and pregnant women in Clackamas County.

Birth and Death Certificates: Vital Statistics

We provide birth and death certificate services to families and funeral homes so they can establish their identification or settle an estate.

Health Inspections by Environmental Health

We provide inspections, licenses, and education to facilities so they can continue to operate in a healthy and safe manner for the public.

Health inspection results are posted for public viewing

Use this form to report concerns about unsanitary conditions in pools, lodging, childcare and food facilities.

A complete list of fess for health inspection based on both inspection and business types.

If you prepare or serve food in a food facility, you are required to get a food handler card.

Clackamas County Environmental Health provides Sanitation Inspections for Child Care Centers and Certified Family Child Care.

Swimming pools, spa pools, fountains, motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts, organizational camps and RV parks.

Restaurants, temporary restaurants, mobile food trucks and vending machines.

Testing of water supply prevents arsenic poisoning and other toxin exposure.

Infectious Diseases

We partner with the healthcare community to investigate, track, and prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Prevention Programs

We want Clackamas County to be a healthy, safe place for everyone to live, work and play. A healthy community includes clean air and water, stable and affordable housing, access to healthy food and streets designed to prevent injury.

The Center for Public Health Advancement: Policy and Data

The Center for Public Health Advancement provides information so partners can take action to improve the health of their community. Our services include data analysis, policy & planning, research, emergency response and outreach.

Phone:503-742-5300

2051 Kaen Road Suite 367 Oregon City, OR 97045

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⚠ Visit our Closures page for the latest information about office closures.
We also encourage you to call before visiting any county office.

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