- Employee Lending Library
- Weight Management
- Lunch N' Learns
- Wellness, Sustainability & Safety Fair
- Training Resources
- Public Health Resources
The Wellness Program is stocking libraries for buildings that would like wellness resources, including books on cooking, mindfulness, hiking, and yoga. Please request books you would like to read.
- Community Corrections Residential Center
- Law Library, 821 Main Street in downtown Oregon City
- PSB 2nd floor lunchroom
- Sunnyside Clinic
- Women, Infants, & Children (WIC office)
- Riverstone Clinic
- Brooks Building
There is no sign out. Enjoy the book or DVD and return it within four weeks.
Books without Clackamas County labels have been donated from personal collections of colleagues. Wellness cannot guarantee the quality of resources; use your judgment about what is helpful for you. Please refrain from donating books such as fad diets.
Get information about the Clackamas County Weight Management program.
We partner with professionals to give talks on a variety of topics. Watch for Lunch N' Learn class announcements in our Wellness & Safety @ Work Newsletter and in countywide e-mails. Let us know what you’d like to hear.
Clackamas County hosts a fair the last Wednesday of April each year. Local vendors are invited to share information to help you invest in your well-being, safety, and sustainability. It’s a popular event with interactive displays, prizes and food samples. Save the date for the next fair: Wednesday April 24, 2019.
Clackamas County provides a number of training resources to help you keep learning, growing, and developing skills. Classes are available in a number of areas to include resiliency, communication skills, leadership for an effective workplace, CPR/AED/First Aid, and much more. Find available classes through the Clackamas County training intranet webpage. Use the employee self service link below to register for a training class.
We have a great resource for health and wellness within our own organization at Community Health, including education, communicable disease monitoring, restaurant inspection scores, and other information. Check out their Public Health website. They also have a great internal website that can only be accessed through your county computer.
On your next visit to the PSB, DSB, or Brooks Building lunchrooms, check out the brochures, flyers and magazines on display. Wellness has provided a number of educational brochures from Reading Food Labels and Nutrition to finding ways to work with stress and tobacco addiction.