To support you, here are a few resources that you can reach out to times, finding the resources you need is crucial to supporting yourself, your seek aid and get your questions answered.
Please see the links below for the most up-to-date information on Oregon’s statewide directives and information on the novel COVID-19 virus.
- The Oregon Health Authority has information on the current status of COVID-19 as well as best practices to keep us and our communities safe.
- The latest Executive Orders and statewide resources from the Governor’s Office.
- Governor Brown’s COVID-19 Resources.
- The Legislatures’ Joint COVID-19 Response Committee.
- Guidance for caregivers and families utilizing childcare.
- These are resources for individuals who recently lost their jobs or had hours cut due to social distancing requirements.
- The Oregon chapter of the National Alliance of Mental Health has resources and people to contact if you are struggling with these changes.
- Business Oregon also has resources for small businesses
- Below are resources specific to Clackamas County
Mental Health and Additional Well-being Resources
The Clackamas County Mental Health Center is not open for walk-ins but they are a line that is staffed 24/7. Call the Clackamas County Crisis and Emergency Support Line at 503-655-8585 or your healthcare provider if stress gets in the way of daily activities for several days in a row. Please call the Non-Urgent Mental Health line for more information or need mental health services 503-742-5335
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers 24/7 free and confidenial support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Please call 1-800-273-8255 or chat with Lifeline if you are in distress or crisis.
Here are some tips on how children can cope emotionally with COVID-19
The Senior Loneliness Line is a resource for the elderly who may feel isolated. The Lines for Life at 800-273-8255 is available 24/7 and offers free and confidential help.
If you are facing domestic violence, the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVRT) can help. You can call the DVRT Main Line at 503-785-5000, or the Victim Assistant Line at 503-557-5846
This is a resource created by the Oregon Health Authority for Clinical Care and Healthcare Infection Prevention and Control for COVID-19
This is a document outlining the Guidance for clinicians regarding COVID-19 testing as recommended by the OHA.
Small Health Clinics COVID-19 Guidance page has information on treating patients and supporting employees.
The TriMet is currently operating with reduced services and is limiting buses with 10-15 riders at a time. Be sure to check out the TriMet webpage for the latest updates.
The Wilsonville SMART bus transit routes are still running on a revised schedule. Please be sure to practice social distancing and plan appropriately before traveling.
Childcare providers who want to continue or begin providing emergency child care must complete an online application and email to OCC.CustomerService@state.or.
us or fax to 503-947-1428 to notify and be approved by the Office of Child Care.
The Health, Housing, and Human Services of Clackamas County have created guidelines for Colleges, Universities, and Boarding Schools to minimize the spread of contagious disease.
Here is an FAQ page concerning COVID-19 and Pets.
Here are recommendations for the CDC with advice on how pregnant and breastfeeding women can protect themselves from COVID-19.
Please visit this page for the latest information on COVID-19 guidance for social service agencies.