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COVID-19 Resources

During these difficult times we want to be here to support you, your family, and your business. Here are a few resources that you can reach out to in difficult times.

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.

General Resources

Food and Nutrition

  • The Oregon Food Bank has a Food Finder Tool that will locate the nearest Food Bank near you.

  • Here is a list of school districts compiled by Hunger-free Oregon that may have free school grab and go meals available for children aged 1-18 

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 

Health Systems

Homeowners and Renters

  • Clackamas County created a webpage for Housing Assistance that will support both tenants and landlords with their rights. Please call 503-650-5750 for more information.

Transit Riders

  • 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.

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