Updated June 23, 2021

Thank you for being a part of the COVID-19 webinars for long-term care facilities (LTCF), adult foster homes, residential treatment and other group living facilities, hosted by Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington County Public Health. These webinars will no longer be occurring bi-weekly, please continue to utilize the resources below.

Past Webinars - 2021

March 24 | Breakthrough COVID cases. Fully vaccinated guidance for visitation, travel and more

Webinar link | Access Passcode: r$FZP1Te

​February 24 | Navigating the Tri-county website, county positivity level precautions and the new CDC masking guidance

Webinar link | Passcode:?31@qOTF (copy and paste the passcode including the question mark)

February 10 | Indoor Visitation, Virtual Admissions/Readmission From Hospitalization Screening, Vaccine Eligibility Tools and Communication Tools for Vaccine Hesitancy

Webinar link | Passcode: r?5YNX1U

January 28 | Testing and Screening Processes

There is no playback this week due to recording issues. 

Slides from presentation

January 13 | Care Ombudsman Volunteer Allowances and Vaccinations

Webinar playback | Passcode: LPy^F87.


View all 2020 LTCF Webinars » 



    • OHA - information and scheduling tool
    • OHSU

    Pharmacy partners

    ​*Vaccine supply and appointments are limited. Please continue checking these resources if at first you are not able to schedule.

    Transportation help for vaccinations 

    For those members enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), either with a Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) or as a Fee for Service (often known as “open card”) member, transportation options include:

    • Health Share of Oregon (Ride to Care): 503-416-3955 or 855-321-4899
    • Trillium (MTM): 877-583-1552
    •  OHP Fee for Service (Tri-County MedLink): 866-336-2906

    For individuals not enrolled in OHP who need transportation assistance, there are other options:

    • Ride Connection serves older adults and people with disabilities in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties (Mon-Fri). Call 503-226-0700.
    • TriMet LIFT is a service for people who are unable to use regular buses and trains due to a disability or disabling health condition. Individuals should be enrolled before scheduling. Call 503-962-8000.
    • One Call is for Providence members only. Call 866-733-8994.


      A facility must implement COVID-19 testing of all residents, facility staff and associated staff within 72 hours of identification of a new case of COVID-19 in either a resident, facility staff or associated staff. [OAR chapter 411, division 060]





      Other Resources

        Report complaints about community-based care to Oregon Department of Human Services, cbc.team@dhsoha.state.or.us