It’s never been more important for you to be in tune with your student learner’s physical, mental and emotional well-being. Multnomah County and our community partners are continuing to offer a wide range of services to give you and your child peace of mind that healthcare is within reach and affordable during the pandemic.
- Student Health Centers
- COVID-19 testing
- Behavioral health
- Reproductive and gender health
- Dental health
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 5-18 years of age at no out-of-pocket cost.
Services include immunizations, physical exams, COVID-19 testing, behavioral health, treatment for illness and injury, vision screenings, dental and blood pressure screenings, age-appropriate reproductive health, routine lab tests, prescription medications, health education and counseling, and referrals for healthcare services not provided at the clinics.
Please call one of the following Student Health Centers to make an appointment. You can still get care even if you don’t attend the school where the health center is based.
Parkrose Student Health Center | 503-988-3392 | 12003 NE Shaver St., Portland
- Open 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Tuesday through Friday for in-person, video, and phone visits
- Mondays: Phone & video appointments only
Roosevelt Student Health Center | 503-988-3909 | 6941 N Central St., Portland
- Open 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday for in-person, video, and phone visits
- Fridays: Phone & video appointments only
David Douglas Student Health Center | 503-988-3554 | 1034 SE 130th Ave., Portland
Open 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through for Friday in-person, video, and phone visits
Health services are also available at Multnomah County primary care clinics.
Many of our services are currently performed over the computer or phone. If you don’t have access to a personal computer or telephone, or if you need assistance with the technology and equipment, there are resources available. Let us know when you reach out for care.
If you or your student has COVID-19 symptoms, you can ask your doctor to be tested. Knowing you have COVID-19 is important so you can take care of yourself and prevent spreading the virus to others. Call 503-988-5558 to make an appointment at a Multnomah County primary care clinic. Learn more about COVID-19 testing here.
Behavioral Health Call Center | Website | 503-988-4888
If you or your student needs immediate help, please call 503-988-4888. The Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center phone line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A mental health professional is prepared to help anyone experiencing mental health issues at any time, in any language.
Multnomah County School-based Mental Health Program | Website
The School-based Mental Health Program provides mental health services to children and teens in schools throughout Multnomah County who are either on the Oregon Health Plan or have no insurance. If your student is experiencing a change in mood or regular routine, this program can help. Talk to your student’s school counselor or contact a Student Health Center. They’ll connect your child with a therapist in our program who they can talk to privately. Students 14 and older may seek services on their own. Some Student Health Center locations have clinicians of color who offer culturally specific services.
Community and Adolescent Health Program | email@example.com
Multnomah County’s Community and Adolescent Health Program provides sexuality classes for students, families, and educators to help youth make informed decisions about their sexual health and supports violence prevention efforts in the community. Our sexuality classes are age-appropriate, culturally encompassing, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer inclusive. Send an email to Program Coordinator Aubrey Daquiz at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how this program can support your student and family while distance learning.
Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center | Website | 503-872-9664
The Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC) provides a safe, supervised and harassment-free space for sexual and gender minority youth ages 13 to 23. In addition to positive activities, participants can also receive services like support groups, case management and counseling. Visit the SMYRC website for drop-in hours and COVID-19 safety information.
SMYRC also offers mental health support services. A Cascadia Behavioral Health LGBTQ Mental Health Specialist is available at the SMYRC downtown Drop-in Center on Mondays and at the East County location on Wednesdays. Register for counseling and get more information here.
All six Multnomah County dental clinic locations are currently open, with appointments provided in-person and by teledentistry (over the phone) to patients on the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) who have CareOregon Dental. We also see uninsured patients for urgent care.
Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, some in-person routine or non-urgent dental services may be limited, including dental cleanings. Urgent dental care is available at all locations.
New dental patients should call 503-988-5558 to set up an appointment.