COVID-19 Update - Which SBHCs are open in Oregon?

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Some School-Based Health Centers in Oregon are open and seeing patients, while others are closed or have modified operations.  The list below includes a list of SBHCs in each Oregon county, the latest information we have on whether they are open or closed, a phone number to reach them, and notes on operations.  OSBHA will keep this information updated if we receive any updated information. 

Most SBHCs are asking folks to call before going into the clinic, many are seeing patients via telehealth, or will be able to direct you to the right in-person location if in-person care is needed. 

The links below show statewide information, but we have some updated specific information for Multnomah County, updated at of September 28th, 2020. 

In Multnomah County only David Douglas, Parkrose and Roosevelt are open 8:45 - 4:45.  All students in Multnomah County can go to any of the locations.  Call for an appointment:

David Douglas: 
Mon-Fri: Phone, video & in-person visits
1034 SE 130th Ave

Tue-Fri: Phone, video & in-person visits
Mon: Phone & video appointments only
12003 NE Shaver St

Mon-Thu: Phone, video in-person visits
Fri: Phone & video appointments only
6941 N Central St
If you are on the front lines at an SBHC and this information about your center is not up to date, please let OSBHA know by emailing and we will strive to keep this information updated as possible. 

If you are looking for food resources, check with your school district to see what their plan is.  Most districts have grab and go food available for students, many for all children in their area 1-18.  Some are for pick up at schools, and others are delivering to bus stations. Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon has also compiled a list of ways to access food assistance.