Community Resources


  • Health Insurance

Healthy Kids provides no-cost, low-cost and full-cost health coverage options for uninsured Oregon children and teens up to 19 years of age. Coverage lasts for one full year and covers all health needs, including doctor visits, dental care, vision, mental or behavioral health services, prescriptions, and more.

Children will not be turned away due to pre-existing conditions or be put on a waiting list.

When children and teens have health coverage, they are able to get the health care they need when they need it. That means they are less likely to miss school or end up seeking higher cost care in the emergency room. It also means their families don’t have to choose between paying the utility bills or paying for needed visits or prescriptions.

The Community Education Department of the Oregon City School District is dedicated to making sure our youth has access to quality health services parents can afford.

Expanding health coverage for children is an important step to lowering the price of health care for everyone. Providing health benefits to children is inexpensive compared to the cost of letting them remain uninsured, and creates economic benefit over a lifetime.

Contact Renee Elting for more information or a confidential appointment at 503.785.8515 or   Renee works at the Eastham Community Center located at 1404 Seventh St, Oregon City, OR 97045

  • Clothes Closet

Families in need

If you or someone you know need clothing or school supplies, those
items may be available in our Oregon City Resource Center/Clothes Closet. The Clothes
Closet is open September through May On Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m.
(excluding non-school days).

Contact your school or the OCSD Special Programs

Donations Needed

We accept good quality clothing and school supplies for children of all ages. Donations are accepted from 8-4 p.m. (excluding non-school days) at Barclay School, 817 12th Street, Oregon City, Oregon 97045. Donation receipts are available upon request. Please call the Special Programs Office in advance for more instructions. Special Programs Office: 503-785-7870 Volunteers needed To sort and display donated items. If you’d like to help, please call Debbie Cole at 503-785-7836 or email


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