Your primary care provider and most doctors are more than happy to sit down with you and discuss your reproductive health including family planning, birth control options, medical care, pregnancy options and emotional support.
The Oregon Reproductive Health Program works with clinics across the state to offer free or low-cost reproductive health services and birth control. The following clinics are certified through the Oregon Reproductive Health Program:
- Clackamas County Health Centers
- Neighborhood Health Centers
- Planned Parenthood
- School Based Health Centers
Latinx Resources in Spanish
Recursos en Español para Latinx
Sexual Reproductive Health Coalition
Clackamas County’s Sexual Reproductive Health Coalition started in January 2019 as a community response to rising Sexually Transmitted Infections.
The goals of the coalition are to:
- Decrease number of STIs in Clackamas County
- Increase access to Reproductive Health Services
We focus on advocacy, access, shared resources, data and research. Interested in joining the coalition? Send us an email at SRHCoalition@clackamas.us.
We meet on the third Thursday of every month from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
To get connected with organizations and members of the coalition, check out our Action Group
Want to learn more about Gender Affirming Care? We recently had a panel of experts discussing this emerging topic at one of our large group coalition meetings. Watch the panel
Read about the coalition’s work with the Oregon City School Board to increase access to reproductive health services.
Birth Control Methods
There are a variety of birth control options available. We recommend you take some time reading about the different methods. As you do, think about which methods will be the best fit for you.
If you have a positive test, it is important to seek medical care even in the earliest stages of your pregnancy. It’s especially important to start taking a prenatal vitamin with folic acid as soon as you can.
See our list of clinics above to find services, including where to get a free or low-cost pregnancy test, or get follow-up care.
I'm pregnant. What additional resources are there?
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be easily diagnosed and treated. Anyone who is sexually active should get tested regularly for STI, also commonly referred to as a sexually transmitted disease or STD. Sometimes a person with a sexually transmitted infection has no symptoms, which means they can pass it on to their partners without knowing.
If you or your partner have an STI, you both need to be treated at the same time to avoid reinfection.
Everyone deserves to feel safe. If you or someone you know experiences domestic abuse, sexual assault, verbal and emotional abuse, coercion or stalking, we encourage you to seek help.