Wellness for Clackamas County Employees

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Invest in your well-being! We offer Wellness opportunities for employees, family members and retirees on the county medical plan.

Current Clackamas County employees, please see the intranet for detailed Wellness information. For spouses, dependents and retirees, we provide general information about our wellness program below. For more information on these services, please call 503-655-8550 or email wellness@clackamas.us.

staff member exercising on lunch break


Exercise classes are offered during lunch and after work. Classes are provided by professionals from around the area. Choices include Better Body Boot Camp, Pilates, Stretch N' Flex and Yoga.

We also offer a pedometer program, and will reimburse half of your registration costs for certain races.

Fresh Vegetables

Healthy Food

Did you know we have a Thursday Farm Stand? The Red Soils Farm Stand is a partnership with the Oregon City Farmers' Market that brings fruit and produce to the Development Services Building every Thursday from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during the growing season. 

Employee commuting


We have two programs to help with alternative transportation. First, we subsidize half of the cost of a monthly all-zone Tri Met pass or one or two 10-ticket books of two-hour tickets. Employees pay their portion through a pre-tax payroll deduction. Second, the annual summer Commuter Challenge is a friendly competition that encourages you to leave your car at home and use alternative transportation to get to work, even if it’s just one day a week. Enjoy the sunny weather by walking or riding a bike to work. Carpool with a co-worker and enjoy each other’s conversation. Help us reduce trips in single occupancy vehicles, reduce emissions, and add to your financial, physical and social well-being

Wellness for you and your loved ones


The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free and confidential benefit that can assist employees and their eligible family members with personal challenges, large or small. Part of your benefits include up to six counseling sessions face to face, over the phone, or online for concerns, including relationship issues, alcohol or drug abuse, grief, legal issues, financial coaching and more.

  • All your information is completely confidential. 
  • Visit the employee intranet for more information about the services our EAP provides for employees and their eligible family members.

To get started call 800-433-2320 or visit canopywell.com.


Clackamas County Resolution Services provides family mediation services and other conflict resolution tools. Regular and temporary employees and their eligible family members may receive up to six subsidized sessions for family mediation.

How do I sign up?

  1. Contact Resolution Services at 503-655-8415 or rs@clackamas.us.
  2. Contact Wellness for a confidential billing number at 503-655-8550 or wellness@clackamas.us. This allows Resolution Services to bill the Wellness Program without using your name.

Mental Health Services for both Providence and Kaiser are provided at the same rates and co-pays as primary care. Contact your care provider to schedule an appointment. 


Both Providence and Kaiser Benefit plans provide coverage for alternative care. General County employee benefits for alternative care include massage, acupuncture, naturopath and chiropractic care. Peace Officer Association Providence benefits for alternative care include chiropractic care. Kaiser Peace Officer benefits cover chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, and naturopathic care.

Providence manages their alternative care network. To find a provider, visit Providence Care Provider Search.

Kaiser Permanente contracts with Complementary Health Plans to provide alternative care services. To learn more about the benefits of alternative care or to find a Kaiser in-network alternative care provider, visit the Complementary Health Plans website.


Did you know that there is no copay for in-plan preventive care appointments with Kaiser and Providence? Preventive care coverage includes age appropriate preventive medical examination, breast cancer and cervical cancer screening for women, prostate cancer screening for men aged 50-75, colorectal cancer screening for adults aged 50–75, blood pressure, and more. Contact your provider to learn more.


Both Kaiser and Providence have discount programs for fun and well-being including gyms, movies, food, sporting goods, music, and more.

Both medical plans provide educational resources. Learn more at the following links:


A coach can help you reach your goals! Providence and Kaiser give you a personal health coach free of charge for Clackamas County health plan members. Get the support you need by calling:

  • Providence: 503-574-6000 or 888-819-8999
  • Kaiser: 503-286-6816 or 1-866-301-3866, select option 2

Thinking about quitting smoking? See these links for programs and medication offered by your medical provider:

In addition to the free classes and support mentioned in the brochure, Kaiser covers cessation medications on the Rx plan. 


Other Wellness Resources


2051 Kaen Road Suite 310 Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday through Thursday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.