Adapt, dba SouthRiver Community Health Center


At SouthRiver Community Health Center, it is our mission to provide timely and affordable access to primary, preventative, behavioral, and mental health care services to the community, regardless of one’s ability to pay. As a Federally Qualified Health Center and a non profit program of Adapt, SouthRiver Community Health Center serves the primary and behavioral health care needs of people … More →

Central City Concern


Member of the Council badgeCentral City Concern (CCC) was founded in 1979 to provide pathways to self-sufficiency through active intervention in poverty and homelessness. CCC services have developed to include a continuum of care, including health care, chemical dependency treatment, mental health services, case management, special needs housing, very low income housing, workforce development, and employment services.… More →

Coast Community Health Center


Member of the Council badgeFormerly Bandon Community Health Center, the mission of Coast Community Health Center is to provide an efficient, friendly and caring environment for the delivery of high quality, affordable primary health care services for all residents of  Bandon and the surrounding areas.

We are committed to serving people of all ages and backgrounds with special attention to your personal healthcare needs. … More →

Community Health Centers of Lane County


Safe & Sound (S&S) uses a multidisciplinary team approach to provide medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment within wraparound services, including shelter, transitional housing, education, employment, and assistance to meet basic needs

La Clinica


La Clinica provides year round outreach services to the homeles community through partnerships with local homeless shelters and the Jackson County Homeless Taskforce, and in coordination with local city jurisdictions, school districts, and social service providers. La Clinica's mssion is to provide quality medical, dental and social services to the diverse populations witin their communities, especially to those who face barriers to health care.

Multnomah County Health Department


The Multnomah County Health Department operates the Westside Health Center, a large primary care clinic located in downtown Portland. It also provides services to a satellite clinic located within a local dining hall in Southeast Portland.

Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, Inc.


The Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest (NARA-NW) provides integrated health, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and social services to Native American and Alaska Native people who are homeless or have low incomes. NARA-NW has been providing services in the Portland area since 1970.

Northwest Human Services-Clinic


Northwest Human Services' homeless programs include its West Salem Medical, Dental, and Mental Health Clinics as well as its Homeless Outreach and Advocacy Project (HOAP). HOAP provides medication management, counseling, case management, payee services, and supported housing for homeless persons with chronic mental illnesses including schizophrenia and bipolar disease.

Outside In


Member of the Council badgeOutside In uses interdisciplinary and alternative medicine to reach the hardest to serve homeless and marginalized populations, including homeless youth, injection drug users, Latino day laborers, and sexworkers.In 2005, the homeless clinic was dually funded as a Community Health Center.The agency provides extensive homeless youth social services, including mental health counseling, housing, drop-in, employment services, and an alternative school. Outside … More →

Rogue Community Health


Rogue Community Health was initially founded in 1972 as the result of an extensive, grassroots, community-based effort, and exists today as an Oregon non-profit corporation, which enjoys IRS tax-exempt status.

Vision: Our Community Embraces Healthcare as a Right and a Privilege.

Mission: We create health and wellness, especially for the most vulnerable.

Rogue Community Health serves:

  • Low-income, working families who
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The Wallace Medical Concern


The Wallace Medical Concern’s mission is to provide an open door to exceptional health services and connections that support individuals and their families in healthy living.

They serve individuals of all ages and their families, and welcome patients with Medicaid/Oregon Health Plan, private insurance, or those with no insurance. Their dedicated, multi-cultural staff and volunteer team of doctors, nurses and … More →

White Bird Clinic


White Bird Homeless Health Care (WBHHC) project serves people who are homeless in the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area.