Health Multnomah County
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Health Multnomah County
(6 days ago) Health. SB 384 will decrease the number of deaths due to opiate overdoses in Oregon; it allows family and friends of opiate users access to Naloxone, a drug that can save the lives of people who have overdosed. Naloxone use is estimated to have already saved 10,000 lives in other states. HB 2131 creates a system that will allow pest control
Health & Human Services Multnomah County
(3 days ago) Health services General information. Health Department Our mission is to work in partnership with the communities we serve, to assure, promote and protect the health of the people of Multnomah County. Health Department contacts Phone numbers for all programs, services and issues covered by the Health …
Student Healthcare Resources Multnomah County
(1 days ago) Multnomah County’s Student Health Centers continue to offer in-person, phone and video health visits while schools are engaged in distance learning. Student Health Centers provide comprehensive primary and mental health care services to all Multnomah County youth 5 …
Public Health Multnomah County
(Just Now) Public Health Careers We keep our community healthy and provide quality care for people who otherwise might not be able to afford it. We work directly with patients, design and evaluate programs, partner with other agencies to provide comprehensive care, and address public health issues that affect everyone living and working in Multnomah County.
Look up Current Restaurant Scores Multnomah County
(8 days ago) Multnomah County Environmental Health. 847 NE 19th Ave. Portland, OR 97232. Map. (link is external) Phone: 503.988.3400. Fax: 503.988.5844. All licensed establishments in Multnomah County receive two routine, unannounced inspections each year. The inspections reports are maintained in a searchable database for one year.
Recovery Support Multnomah County
(6 days ago) Willing to engage in behavioral health services; Focus Areas. North or Northeast Portland, Gresham, Mid County, East of 82nd Avenue, Downtown. Make a Referral. Complete our referral form, which includes a release of information, and send securely to [email protected]multco.us. PATH Referral Form (325.43 KB) Partner Agencies. Joint Office of Homeless
REACHing US COVID-19 Clinics Multnomah County
(6 days ago) The Multnomah County-Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program is committed to offering equitable COVID-19 vaccine access to our at large Black community within Multnomah County. Vaccination is one of the best preventative care methods that you can utilize to reduce your chances of having severe illness from coronavirus
Health Insurance Multnomah County
(7 days ago) Oregon Health Plan: 1.800.699.9075 Healthcare.gov: 1.800.318.2596 Need Healthcare? If you or your family needs healthcare, we can help. Multnomah County's community health centers have primary care doctors, nurses, dentists, behavioral health specialists and pharmacy services. For a new patient appointment, call 503-988-5558.
Corrections Health reports 63% of adults in custody
(9 days ago) October 21, 2021. Multnomah County Corrections Health reported this week that 63 percent of adults in custody at the Justice Center and Inverness Jail had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Forty-two percent of the 726 people incarcerated at that time were fully vaccinated. The number is a revision downward from earlier counts.
County approves nearly $60 million in additional funding
(7 days ago) Health Department expands COVID-19 response, mental health treatment for families, treatment services. Public Health and Behavioral Health Divisions are the two Health Department divisions that will see budget increases from the new federal and state investments.
About Our Programs Multnomah County
(1 days ago) The School-Based Health Center program’s mission is to unite health and education for success in school and life by providing Multnomah County school-aged youth access to comprehensive preventive, primary and mental health care. In partnership with schools, families, healthcare providers and community agencies, Multnomah County School-Based
Clinic Locations & Hours Multnomah County
(8 days ago) Northeast Health Center 5329 NE MLK Jr Blvd Portland, OR 97211-3237 | Map 503-988-5558 503-988-5182 fax Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30am - 5:30pm Bus: #6, 72. Rockwood Community Health Center 2020 SE 182nd Ave Portland, OR 97233 | Map 503-988-5558 503-988-5668 fax. Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30am - 5:30pm Bus: #4, 87. Southeast Health
Volunteer Requirements Multnomah County
(1 days ago) Complete the Responder Health Screening Form. (link is external) 3. ID Badge - Email a passport style photo to [email protected]multco.us. (link sends e-mail) , or upload your own photo to your serv-or.org profile. (link is external) and we’ll mail you an ID badge. Photo requirements: Submit a recently-taken, full-color head shot with a solid-colored
Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Multnomah …
(5 days ago) County "tops off'' the new Health headquarters as last beam lifted into place. In a rite as old as the building trades, Multnomah County leaders and construction crews “topped out’’ the new Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Wednesday. The last steel beam was signed then raised overhead and installed in place.
Norovirus Multnomah County
(2 days ago) Norovirus infection is a type of stomach infection that is common in winter and can affect many people at once. It can come on quickly and make you feel very sick. Most people get better within 1-2 days. There are usually no long-term health effects, but dehydration can sometimes happen due …
Keeping Students Healthy Multnomah County
(3 days ago) Public Health urges schools to use multiple strategies, such as mask-wearing and vaccination, to reduce the risk of spread at school. Student Health Centers offer primary and mental health care, including COVID-19 vaccines and childhood immunizations, to all …
“We’re on the other side of Delta, but we still have a
(8 days ago) Other public health measures — most importantly wearing masks and promoting vaccination whenever possible — have so far helped limit the spread in schools. In September, Public Health was notified of 265 people who spent time at a school in Multnomah County while infectious with COVID-19, and only 22 cases of known transmission associated
Crisis Assessment and Treatment Center (CATC) Multnomah
(3 days ago) Our Mental Health Call Center manages admission to the center. We work with the police and local hospitals to triage people to the best place for care based on their symptoms. This might include a mental health walk-in clinic, a hospital or sub-acute services. We also accept referrals from: Community mental health providers; Urgent walk-in clinics
Clinician Alerts Multnomah County
(3 days ago) E.COLI | March 9, 2017: Multnomah County and Oregon State Public Health are investigating multiple cases of diarrheal illness caused by Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) from a single childcare center in Portland. ER VISITS | JAN 11, 2017: Portland Metro area hospital in-patient units and emergency departments have been unusually busy.
Addiction Services Multnomah County
(8 days ago) Behavioral Health works with treatment providers and community agencies to help individuals and families in Multnomah County achieve and maintain recovery. Addiction services provider list (PDF) Recovery Support. 503-988-9426 .
Contact Us Multnomah County
(Just Now) Multnomah County Health Department Behavioral Health Division 209 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 520 Portland, Oregon 97204. Director's Office. Julie Dodge, Interim Division Director Leticia M. Sainz, Deputy Division Director Dr. Nimisha Gokaldas, Medical Director. 503-988-4055 503-988-5870 fax [email protected]multco.us
About the Health Officer Multnomah County
(7 days ago) Public Health Preparedness: responsible for assuring the county health department and the community are prepared to manage the public health aspects of emergencies and that health care delivery providers in the six-county NW Oregon region are prepared to provide effective medical care in the face of emergencies with large and complex health impacts.
Public Health Week: Community Health Improvement Plan
(5 days ago) Our health is a matter of quality of life, affected by many factors,” said Edna Nyamu, deputy director for the Oregon Community Health Workers Association and a member of the coalition. “Our health is grounded in social, environmental and economical determinants of health. This extends to housing, education, transportation, workforce and
Board approves labor harmony agreement for behavioral
(9 days ago) Brandy Fishback works as a behavioral health case manager for a Multnomah County contractor. In fall of 2020, she and her co-workers first sought union representation at work after concerns emerged about safety issues, oversight, inadequate training, and constant turnover.
HIPAA Multnomah County
(7 days ago) HIPAA at Multnomah County. Multnomah County is a hybrid covered entity. This means that HIPAA applies to parts of the county, but not all of it. You can file a privacy or security complaint, breach, incident or other event through the County's Good Government Hotline. (link is external)
Community Resources Multnomah County
(8 days ago) Asian Health & Service Center. Attempts to bridge the gap between Asian and American cultures, particularly focused on reducing health disparities and increasing access to high-quality health care for all Asians. Provides culturally and linguistically sensitive care to Asians, including outpatient mental health services, disease education and
Missing and Unidentified Persons Multnomah County
(1 days ago) Below is a partial list of recognizable unidentified persons found in Multnomah County, their clothing and/or jewelry when available. If you recognize anyone, please contact the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office at 503-251-2402 or Dr. Veronica “Nici” Vance 971-673-8300. You can also contact Dr. Vance to ask about the status of a case, or
If You Test Positive for COVID-19 Multnomah County
(8 days ago) A public health worker may call you. A public health worker doing contact tracing may call you if you test positive. These workers help slow the spread of the virus by finding out who you may have infected and keeping them from spreading the virus to others.
School and Community Oral Health Multnomah County
(1 days ago) School and Community Oral Health is a field-based program that works to promote oral health, disease prevention and access to dental care for children. Our program has four components: Dental sealant program: Free dental screenings and sealant placements for school-aged children in targeted public schools within Multnomah County.
Multnomah Treatment Fund Multnomah County
(4 days ago) Multnomah Treatment Fund. This safety net program helps pay for mental health treatment for uninsured adults and children who have limited financial resources and need immediate help. Funds are limited, and are intended to help our most vulnerable clients receive mental health treatment for up to 6 months. If you request the Multnomah Treatment
Community Healing Initiative (CHI) Multnomah County
(7 days ago) The Community Healing Initiative (CHI) is a community-centered, collaborative partnership between DCJ, Latino Network, and Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center (POIC). Additional partners include the Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) and other community based organizations. CHI is designed to decrease youth violence by providing
Traffic safety report shows Black residents at greater
(2 days ago) Transportation is a key social determinant of health.” “Transportation is a public health issue,” she said. “This is our lane.” The Findings. REACH worked in partnership with the Multnomah County Environmental Health program, which supported the study with data analysis and also helped draft policy goals.