Phone: Dial 2-1-1
Email: help@211info.com
Website: 211info.org

Free, confidential information about health, community and social services near you. Calls answered in over 150 languages. 

Addiction Treatment

Phone: 503.988.4888

Treatment for adults and youth for addiction to alcohol, drugs and gambling. Insurance is not necessary.

Adult Protective Services

Phone Main Line: 503.988.4450
Phone After Hours: 503.988.3646
Telephone Relay Service (TRS): 7-1-1

Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse, self-neglect and financial exploitation of seniors and people with disabilities.

Affordable Housing

Phone: Dial 2-1-1 
Website: Search for a low-income apartment

Assistance with finding affordable housing.

Animal Services (Multco Pets)

Phone: 503.988.7387
Website: multcopets.org

Pet licensing, adoption, lost & found, spay & neuter assistance, stray and feral cat trap/neuter/release, animal abuse investigations. 

Asthma Services

Phone: 503.988.7861
Email: healthy.homes@multco.us

Healthy Homes is a free program for low-income families that can help you take control of your child’s asthma. The program lasts 6 months.

Birth and Death Certificates

Phone: 503.988.3745
Email: vitals@multco.us

For births and deaths that occur in Multnomah County. Certified copies of these records are available for 6 months from the date of the event. You may obtain these records via mail or in person.

Breastfeeding Support

Phone: 503.988.3503

Support and encouragement for breastfeeding moms.

Bridge Opening Request

Phone: 503.988.3452

Request an opening of one of the four drawbridges in the City of Portland: the Broadway, Burnside, Hawthorne and Morrison.

Building Plans for Oregon and S.W. Washington

ARC-Oregon. Select the ‘GO’ button for the Public Planroom.

Business License

Phone: 503.823.5157

The City of Portland Development Services Bureau has information and customer assistance for those interested in opening or expanding a business in the City of Portland.

Child Abuse or Neglect Reports

Phone: 503.731.3100
Toll free: 800.509.5439
Hours: Make a report 7 days a week, 24 hours daily.

Child and Adult Care Facilities

Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us

License and inspection requirements for child care centers, family homes and residential treatment centers.

Circuit Court

Phone: 503.988.3957
Website: Circuit court

Information about jury duty, parking, small claims, small estate, traffic, etc.

Court Records

Phone: 503.988.3003

Multnomah County court records are maintained by the Multnomah County Circuit Court Records Department.

Dental Clinics


  • First appointments and uninsured patients: 503.988.6942
  • Returning patients should call their clinic directly

We provide dental care at 6 clinics. We see insured patients on the Oregon Health Plan who have CareOregon Dental or Delta Dental. We're also see uninsured patients for urgent care.

Dental Sealants

Phone: 503.988.3905

Dental exams and cavity prevention services at school

Disaster Preparedness Education & Outreach

Phone: 503.988.4233

Do you want a disaster preparedness presentation or workshop for your community group? We have several options and can tailor them to your needs. All are open to the public and offered free-of-charge.

Domestic Partnerships

Phone: 503.988.3326 ext. 4
Email: dartcs@multco.us

How to become legal domestic partners of either sex in Multnomah County

Domestic and Sexual Violence resources

Phone: 503.235.5333
Toll free: 1.800.235.5333
WebsiteCall to Safety

24 hour resources and support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. 

Drinking Water

Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us

Drinking water inspections for subdivisions, mobile home parks, marinas and other small water systems.

Early Childhood and Kindergarten Readiness


  • West: Impact NW - 503.294.7387
  • North/Northeast: SEI - 503.285.493 or Human Solutions - 503.548.0200
  • Mid-county: IRCO - 971.271.6510
  • Outer East/Reynolds: Mt. Hood Community College - 971.319.6947
  • Outer Gresham: Mt. Hood Community College - 971.319.6947

For further program information, contact:

Phone: 503.988.7444
Email: lisa.kulkarni@multco.us

For families of children (birth through age 5) to promote positive parenting, health, child development and school readiness.

Emergency Management Training & Exercise

Phone: 503.988.8362
Email: robert.quinn@multco.us

The Multnomah County Office of Emergency Management Training and Exercise Section coordinates and conducts the courses that help increase disaster resilience.

Emergency Medical Services

Phone: 503.988.3220
Fax: 503.988.4017

619 NW 6th Ave, 6th Floor
Portland, Oregon 97209

Empezando con Salud

Phone: 503.988.0044

Ayuda y apoyo para Latinas embarazadas, antes y despues de dar a luz. | Help and support for pregnant Latina women, before and after birth.

Family Caregiver Support Program

Phone: 503.988.3646
Email: adrc@multco.us

Services that help unpaid caregivers caring for someone age 60 or older. Assistance is also available to seniors who are raising a child.

Family Court Services

Phone: 503.988.3189
TTY Relay Service: 7-1-1

Supports the Domestic Relations Court by providing direct services to parents and children experiencing the transition of separation or divorce, or conflict related to unresolved parental disputes.

Food Handler's Test

Phone: 503.988.5257
Email: foodhandlers@multco.us

For all food service workers. Study and take the test.

Foodborne Illness Complaints 

Multnomah County Health Department takes all citizen complaints regarding foodborne illness and food safety seriously. If you believe that you have become ill from something you ate we would like to know. 
Please call us at 503-988-3400 to report it.  

GIS Services for Developers and ArcGIS Software Users

Map directory with county roads, buildings, tax lots, street maps and more.

Good Government Hotline

Phone: 888.289.6839
Website: Report online

A place for county employees and residents to report suspected fraud, abuse of position, and misuse of county resources. 

Hazardous Road Conditions

Phone: 503.988.5050
For life-threatening emergencies, call 911
Hours: Make a report Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm. 

Healthy Birth Initiative

Phone: 503.988.3387

Help and support for pregnant African American women and their families before and after birth.

Help for First-Time Moms

Phone: 503.988.3520

The Nurse Family Partnership program provides help and support during pregnancy for first-time moms.

Hepatitis C Helpline

Phone Toll-Free: 877.435.7443

Completely confidential. Completely free of charge. Help‑4‑Hep is a non-profit toll-free helpline for those with concerns about hepatitis C.

HIV Health Services Center

Phone: 503.988.5020
Fax: 503.988.5022

Medical care, social services and case management for people living with HIV.

HIV Testing

Phone: 503.988.3700
Test Results Phone: 503.988.5727

Home Care Worker Program

Phone: 503.988.7575

Helps seniors and people with disabilities find home care workers. We serve Medicaid and OPI clients.

In-Home and Residential Care


  • 503.988.3646 for information about finding a home care worker
  • 503.988.3000 for information about adult care homes and assisted living

Email: adrc@multco.us

Help around the house, adult care homes, residential care facilities and assisted living spaces.

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Abuse Investigations

Phone: 503.988.3658
Email: ken.huelsman@multco.us

Dial 1.855.503.SAFE (7233) if you are concerned that someone you know with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability may be abused, neglected, or harmed. You can also view more information on the State of Oregon's Abuse and Neglect website.

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Services for Adults


  • 503.988.3658 (Portland)
  • 503.988.2535 (Gresham)

In-Home Support. Group Home Residential Facilities. Employment Services. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Foster Homes.

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Services for Children


  • 503.988.3658 (Portland)
  • 503.988.2535 (Gresham)

For children who live at home, in group homes or in foster homes with non-relative families. Education goals, activities, and plans for transitioning into adulthood.

Jail/Prison Release

Phone: 800.503.7983
Website: Oregon VINELink

Find out if someone is in jail, prison, or out on parole.

Job Opportunities at Multnomah County

Website: Search jobs and apply now

You’ll find a wide variety of positions, competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and flexible schedules.

Lead Poisoning

Phone: 503.988.4000



Website: multcolib.org

Nineteen neighborhood libraries, 2 million books and other materials, nearly 900 computer search systems, hundreds of engaging events. One diverse community library system.  

Living with HIV


  • Multnomah County HIV Health Services Center: 503.988.5020
  • Call Partnership Project: 503.230.1202 or 877.795.7700 (toll free)
  • Vancouver, WA - Call Cascade AIDS Project Southwest Washington: 360.750.7964

A full continuum of care is available for people living with HIV/AIDS. Many services are provided at low or no-cost to low-income PLWH.

Locating Records


  • Multnomah County Records Management: 503.988.3741 (This program provides records services to county departments.)
  • Multnomah County Court Records: 503.988.3003

Email: dart.recording@multco.us

Resources for records that are frequently requested and where they may be located, both within and outside of Multnomah County.


Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us

License requirements for hotels and motels, bed and breakfasts, recreational vehicle parks, camps and mass gatherings.

Marriage Licenses

Phone: 503.988.3326 option 4
Email: dartcs@multco.us
Website: www.multcomarriage.org

Marriage license applications can be completed online or at the Customer Service office located at 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Suite 175, Portland OR 97214.

Meals on Wheels

Phone: 503.736.6325
Website: Find a local Meals on Wheels program for seniors

Medical Examiner

Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s Office
13309 SE 84th Ave, Ste 100
Clackamas, OR 97015
Phone: 971-673-8220
Fax: 971-673-8321

Medicare Savings Connect

Phone: 1.855.447.0155
Email: medicaresavings@multco.us

Oregon Medicare Savings Connect can help with: Medicare Part B and D premiums, co-pays and deductibles, prescription costs. Services are free, confidential, and language interpretation is available.

Mental Health Care


  • 503.988.4888 if you don't have insurance
  • 503.988.5887 if your insurance provider is Health Share / Multnomah Mental Health

Mental health care for Oregon Health Plan members enrolled in Health Share of Oregon/Multnomah Mental Health and adults without health insurance.

Mental Health Crisis Line

Phone: 503.988.4888
Toll-free: 800.716.9769
Hearing-impaired dial: 7-1-1

24/7 crisis counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers.

Mental Health Training

Phone: 503.988.2282

Free mental health first aid trainings to prevent suicide or respond to an emotional crisis.

Multnomah Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)

Phone: 503.988.3272

Treatment program for young people who have recently experienced psychosis.

Multnomah Stability Initiative (MSI)

Phone: 503.988.4298
Email: stephanie.simmons@multco.us

Assisting homeless and low-income households to leave poverty and become self sufficient. Includes: energy assistance, rent assistance, housing, housing, skill-building, early childhood programs.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Phone: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
TTY: 1.800.787.3224
Deaf callers on video phone: 1.855.812.1001 (Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm PST)

Trained advocates, available 24/7 to talk confidentially with someone experiencing domestic violence, an unhealthy relationship or just seeking resources.

Nursing Facility Alternatives and Service Options

Phone: 503.988.3646

Case managers help seniors and people with disabilities live as independently as possible by connecting them with services and assistance.

Oregon Health Plan

Phone: 1.800.699.9075
Hearing-impaired dial: 7-1-1
Website: Learn how to apply

Find information about eligibility, fast-track enrollment and where to find application assistance.

Parole and Probation Officer Lookup


  • For information about Juvenile Services Division supervision and staff: 503.988.3460
  • Are you a victim? Please contact DCJ Crime Victim Services for personal assistance: 503.988.2737

Passport Applications

Phone: 503.988.3326 option 6
Email: dartcs@multco.us

How to apply and what you need to bring to apply for a U.S. Passport at Multnomah County Office of Recording and Customer Service.

Pay Property Taxes

Phone: 503.988.3326
Email: dartcs@multco.us

Pay Multnomah County Property taxes by phone, by mail or in person.


Westside Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.5267
Fax: 503.988.5781
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm

East County Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.5154
Fax: 503.988.5509
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-7 pm

Mid County Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.3608
Fax: 503.988.4655
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-7 pm

North Portland Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.5308
Fax: 503.988.4411
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-6 pm

Northeast Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.3634
Fax: 503.988.3839
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-6 pm

Rockwood Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.3353
Fax: 503.988.3244
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-6 pm

Southeast Pharmacy

Phone: 503.988.5423
Fax: 503.988.5750
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm

Health Department pharmacies provide medications and medication counseling to the patients of Multnomah County clinics.

Physician Disease Reporting

To report a disease that requires immediate reporting, call Multnomah County Health Department 24/7 at 503-988-3406.

If you call after business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm), your call will be transferred to an answering service that will locate an on-call county doctor or nurse to whom you can report.

Pools and Spas

Phone: 503.988.3400

License and inspection requirements for swimming pools, spas, swim beaches, water parks.

Portland Maps

Email: maps@portlandoregon.gov

View maps from the City of Portland with demographic information about crime, schools, parks, properties, transportation, the environment, and more.

Pregnancy and Parenting Support

Phone: 503.988.3520

Help and support for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or parenting young children.

Primary Care Clinics

Phone: 503.988.5558 - appointments
Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30am - 5:30pm

Medical care for all Multnomah County residents, including low-income and under-insured.

Property Records Websites

Phone: 503.988.3326
Email: dartcs@multco.us

Multcoproptax.com provides Multnomah County property account values and tax information.

Public Guardian Program

Phone: 503.988.4567

Someone to oversee legal issues for those who are unable to care for themselves.

Public Records Requests

Who to contact about public records requests.

Recorded Documents Website

Phone: 503.988.3326

Multcorecords.com provides information about Multnomah County recorded documents since February of 2002 and is available by subscription only.

Reminders for HIV Testing and Meds

With Oregon Reminders you can set customized text, email or voice reminders for getting regular HIV tests, taking medication, and refilling prescriptions.

Restaurant Inspection Reports

Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us
Website: Search restaurant inspection reports in our online database.


Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us

License and inspection requirements for restaurants and bed and breakfasts.

Road Maintenance and Information Request


  • 503.988.5050 during normal business hours
  • 503.823.3333 all other times, including holidays

Request maintenance or information for a road maintained by Multnomah County.

SAIL Website

Phone: 503.988.3600
Email: survey.records@multco.us
Website: SAIL (Survey and Assessor Image Locater) 

Survey information as well as up to date assessor maps and property information.

Senior Centers

Phone: 503.988.3646
Email: adrc@multco.us

Senior Centers offer a variety of services, including legal aid counseling, health education programs and activities.  There are generally no financial eligibility criteria for participation.

Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) Program

Phone: 503.988.3646
Email: adrc@multco.us

The Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance Program provides trained volunteers to help people with Medicare make informed health insurance decisions.

Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Services

Phone: 503.872.9664

Community services specifically for sexual minority youth and their families so that youth remain in or return to school.

Sexual Health Education

Phone: 503.988.3030

Classes for students, curriculum support for teachers, parent and foster parent workshops.

STD Services

Phone: 503.988.3700

The STD clinic provides evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (this can include a confidential HIV test). Our services are nonjudgmental and confidential and no one is turned away.

Student Health Centers

Serves Grades K-12

Centennial High School

Phone: 503.988.5488
Fax: 503.988.5484
Hours: Call for hours

Cleveland High School

Phone: 503.988.3350
Fax: 503.988.4892
Hours: Call for hours

David Douglas High School

Phone: 503.988.3554
Fax: 503.988.4225
Hours: Call for hours

Franklin High School

Phone: 503.988.3370
Fax: 503.988.6120
Hours: Call for hours

Jefferson High School

Phone: 503.988.3360
Fax: 503.988.5780
Hours: Call for hours

Madison High School

Phone: 503.988.3382
Fax: 503.988.3167
Hours: Call for hours

Parkrose High School

Phone: 503.988.3392
Fax: 503.988.3580
Hours: Call for hours

Phone: 503.988.3909
Fax: 503.988.5907
Hours: Call for hours

SNAP (Oregon Food Stamps)

Phone - Emily: 503.320.6880
Phone - Juan: 503.928.9689
Email: SNAP@multco.us

Determine if you are eligible, how to apply, get help with your case, get food immediately and how to use your Oregon Trail Card.

SUN Youth Advocacy (SYA)


  • West: Impact NW - 503.867.2188
  • North/Northeast: SEI - 503.249.1721
  • Mid-county: NAYA - 503.288.8177, x256
  • Outer East/Reynolds: Metropolitan Family Service - 503.232.0007 x333
  • Gresham: Metropolitan Family Service - 503.232.0007, x333

To participate in culturally specific SUN Youth Advocacy for middle or high school-aged students call the numbers below:


  • African American: SEI - 503.249.1721
  • Latino: Latino Network - 503.283.6881 x130
  • Native American: NAYA - 503.288.8177, x256
  • African Immigrant: IRCO - 503.802.0082
  • Slavic: IRCO - 971.386.3990
  • Asian Pacific Islander: IRCO - 503.235.9396

For further program information, please contact:

Phone: 503.988.2470
Email: frances.hall@multco.us

SUN Youth Advocacy Program (SYA) fosters youth development and academic achievement.

Syringe Disposal

If you have questions about medical waste disposal, or find an illegal dump on public property: 503.234.3000
If you find discarded syringes in Portland’s city center and don’t feel comfortable picking it up: 503.224.7383

Find information on how to pick them up, where to drop them off, and ways to get involved in cleaning up your neighborhood.

Syringe Exchange

Phone: 503-280-1611 recorded info

Schedule of community needle exchange sites, help for those who inject drugs.

Tax, Property, Marriage and Military Discharge Records

Phone: 503.988.3326 option 4
Email: dartcs@multco.us

Recorded Documents Recorded Indices from 1965 to present available in an electronic format. You can use one of our public access terminals in our office to locate, view and print records.

Temporary Food Events

Phone: 503.988.3400
Email: foodsafety@multco.us

License requirements for selling food and drinks at events, fairs, concerts, circuses, markets.

Tobacco Retail License

Phone: 503-988-4163
Email: hlth.tobacco.prevention@multco.us

A license is required to sell tobacco and vaping products.

Tobacco Quit Line

Phone: 1.800.QUIT.NOW (1.800.784.8669)
Spanish Quit Line: 1.855.DEJELO-YA (1.800.335356.92)
TTY: 1.877.777.6534

The quit line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Tuberculosis Clinic

Phone: 503-988-3406
Fax: 503-988-3917

Tuberculosis evaluation and treatment. Where to get a TB card.

Veterans' Services

Phone: 503.988.VETS (8387)
Email: veteran.services@multco.us

Free effective and dedicated representation for Veterans and their families. Receive all state and federal benefits available.

Volunteer at the County

Phone: 503.988.3450

Multnomah County offers a diverse range of opportunities to volunteer.

Voter registration

Phone: 503.986.1518
Email: orestar-support.sos@oregon.gov
Website: Check or update your voter registration or track your ballot.

Voting Assistance

Phone: 503.988.3720

Services and technology for voters with disabilities

WIC - Women, Infants and Children


Gateway WIC
131 NE 102nd Ave, Building #1
Portland, Oregon 97220 (Map)

Monday-Friday, 8am - 6pm​

Northeast WIC
5329 NE MLK Jr Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97211 (Map)

Monday-Thursday, 8am - 6pm

East County WIC
600 NE 8th St, Room 230
Gresham, Oregon 97030 (Map)

Monday-Friday, 8am - 6pm

Customer Service

Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm
Ask a question or give feedback»


Phone: 503.988.4161
Email: youthcare.coordinationteam@multco.us

A team-based process for helping youth with serious emotional, behavioral or medical needs work through difficulties.