Details: The Cleveland school-based Health Center is sponsored by the Multnomah Country Health Department and Portland Public Schools. All school-aged youth who live or attend school in Multnomah County are welcome at the 13 School-Based Health Centers operated by the Health Department.Â Any visitor to the clinic who is not a student at Cleveland MUST report to the main office upon entering the school to receive a visitors badge.
Location: Portland, OR - 97202-1643 | 0.7 mile away
Contact Phone: 503-418-3900
Details: As the state of Oregon’s only health and research university, OHSU is a unique resource for Oregonians and the place where healing, teaching and discovery come together to serve the entire state. We train the healthcare professionals that Oregon communities need. We provide care to those with the most difficult health challenges. And our faculty works every day to come up with new discoveries that help save lives.
Remarks: Hours subject to change. Please call to verify hours if you are coming in without an appointment.
Details: Emergency contraception, pregnancy tests, HIV testing, and basic birth control services are available on a walk-in basis. Walk-in appointments are first come, first serve, and may require you to wait. Walk-in hours are:Sunday, Monday and Friday Monday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.Wednesday and Saturday: No walk-in appointments, only refill pick ups and over the counter Emergency Contraception.If you need emergency contraception (morning after pill), you can walk in any time the health center is open.
Location: Portland, OR - 97202-1140 | 1.2 miles away
Contact Phone: 503-548-0346
Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless
Details: Founded in 1970 in Portland, Oregon, the Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, INC. is an Indian-owned, Indian-operated, non-profit agency. Originally an outpatient substance abuse treatment center, NARA NW now operates a residential family treatment center, an outpatient treatment center, a family resource program, transitional housing for Native women and children, a primary health care clinic and the soon to open Totem Lodge which will serve as the mental health resource location. All services are centered on the family as it is NARA NW's philosophy that, without the family circle there will be no future.