Community Resources 

This page contains a list of community resources for topics like vaccination, domestic violence, education, food, health care and more.

Vaccine Clinics

Gladys McCoy Building | 619 NW 6th Ave, Room 150, 97209 | Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9am - 4pm; Fridays, 11am - 6pm

By appointment only! Please call:
503-988-4724, option 1. (Interpreters available.)

Get ready for your visit
• If you have records of previous vaccines, bring them with you.
• Appointments take about an hour.
• No ID or insurance needed. Bring your insurance card if you have one.
• There will be no cost to you for the vaccine.

Vaccine Education

New: How to Use COVID-19 Self-Test Kits & What to do After Testing

Multnomah County Health Officers, ICS staff, and REACH staff share how to use the iHealth COVID-19 self-test kits as well as what to do based on your test results and how to access necessary supports while isolating at home.


Captions provided in the following languages:
Amharic | Arabic | French | Kirundi | Kinyarwanda | Maay Maay  Oromo | Portugese | Somali | Swahili |Tigrinya

Local News 

Multnomah County Resources Support Form

Learn more about available support for any COVID-19 related community efforts you're leading by filling out thecommunity organization resource request form.

Education Resources

Business Resources

Cable/Internet Information 

Domestic Violence Resources

  • Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence webpage
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline webpage

Food Resources

Health Resources

Housing Resources

Mental & Emotional Health Resources 

Vaccine Education and Promotion

Posters and Downloads

Sports and Athletics Guidance and Resources

Unemployment Benefits Support 

Youth Programs

  • Youth program guidance (coming soon)