Keep Up to Date on COVID-19

With the unprecedented health situation that Coronavirus presents we will be keeping you up to date on our office closures and protocol shifts over the coming weeks. Please bookmark this page and check back often! 

Click here to support Quest's Covid-19 Response Fund

Clinic status starting 3/26/20

For the safety of our staff and patients, we have worked diligently to create safe and confidential digital services by phone and telehealth to our patients.  To the extent possible, Quest Center remains open and no services have been eliminated.  We will continue intakes, assessments, behavioral health sessions, peer support and mentoring, case management, medication management, and addiction and pain management services.  In the next week, we will continue group sessions and workshops by video/telehealth via Zoom and other services.  

To the best of our abilities, Quest Center will continue to provide services to our clients while working within the necessary limitations of the protective measures being taken by state and local governments.  Although Quest Center’s locations will remain physically closed for the foreseeable future we are continuing to accept new clients into all of our programming. 

As we move through this new landscape of service delivery, we remain committed to our mission of compassionate trauma recovery and to provide integrative healthcare services, community, and education to all people seeking a wellness-focused approach to living and dying. 

In health and wellness, 
David Eisen, Executive Director

In solidarity, 
Lou Stagnitto, Board Chair

The Basics

From the CDC: What you should know about COVID-19

Social distancing: A Factsheet and A Great Article from the New York Times

Guidelines for prevention at home, school, and work

Preventing stigma

Want the latest News? Here's good site

Local Resources

Community Partner Resources - excellent, multilingual collection of information resource

Washington County 

Message from Chair Kathryn Harrington

Washington County Health & Human Services (HHS)

HHS updates
HHS Facebook page

State of Oregon 

Oregon Health Authority (OHA)

The following webinars are intended for all levels of community-based and community-serving organizations as well as anyone else serving their community in an official or unofficial capacity.

Weekly calls 

Wednesdays 1-2pm; 877-402-9753; code - 1439464#

Regional listening sessions - NW Region  Registration Link 

Fridays (twice monthly) beginning March 13 - 2-3pm

Governor’s Office

State office: Applying for Unemployment, small business info, etc. 

Statewide school closure announcement

Orders - March 12

Federal Information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


Print resources



World Health Organization (WHO)

Covid - 19 and HIV 

End HIV Oregon: Covid 19 Factsheet

HIV Hotlines by State 

What do people living with HIV need to know?

Recovery Support

In the Rooms: a Global Recovery Community hold live meetings here

Tips and Tools

Social Distancing - A Guide

National Alliance on Mental Illness - Coronavirus Info/Resources

Coping with loneliness in isolation - using technology for healthy social interaction

Staying connected in your local neighborhood - "Nextdoor" online

Rent and Utility Resources

Portland renters in Home Forward units will not be evicted if they are unable to pay their rent during this time due to the virus.

PGE & other local utility companies have suspended non-payment disconnections at this time 

Public Services

Student meals programs and school district operations

Hillsboro School District 

Beaverton School District

Tigard-Tualatin School District 

Forest Grove School District

Washington County Cooperative Library System (WCCLS) service updates

Community Services 

Finding Food in a Pandemic - Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon

Ride Connection

Viva Village - Beaverton

Lionheart Coffee is providing free brown bag lunches for those in need - no questions asked (both locations)

Batter Up in Beaverton is offering a free waffle to any hungry child

Sunshine Division is offering free meals to families 

While we do our best to provide accurate information on resources that may be helpful in response to COVID-19, we cannot guarantee perfection!

Our Deep Purpose

The world is a scarier, more uncertain place than usual. Quarantines, economic instability and political strife seem to be the new normal. Never before has the work of community-led nonprofits - promoting grassroots leadership, lifting up women's voices, providing access to the underserved, and otherwise creating resiliency - been more critical to creating a just, healthy and equitable society. And while corona concerns have us steering clear of one another, our collective work is a lynchpin that brings us closer together. 

- Darius Rodriguez Heyman, Blue Avocado