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!
Clinic Status Starting 6/10/2020
Dear Quest Community - Following the OHA's (Oregon Health Authority) re-opening guidelines, Quest Center will slowly begin resuming in-clinic appointments at our Multnomah, Clackamas and Flanders locations.
We understand that these changes are new for all of us. Our first priority is the health and safety of our community and our staff. As we move through this opening process, Quest Center is staying up to date on the state of the Covid-19 pandemic in Oregon. These procedures will be modified and updated based on the most recent health recommendations from the CDC (Center or Disease Control) and the OHA. Please refer to our full list of opening procedures on our News Page, linked here.
In health and wellness,
David Eisen, Executive Director
Community Partner Resources - excellent, multilingual collection of information resource
Message from Chair Kathryn Harrington
Washington County Health & Human Services (HHS)
State of Oregon
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.
Wednesdays 1-2pm; 877-402-9753; code - 1439464#
Regional listening sessions - NW Region Registration Link
Fridays (twice monthly) beginning March 13 - 2-3pm
Orders - March 12
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Covid - 19 and HIV
Tips and Tools
Rent and Utility Resources
Student meals programs and school district operations
Washington County Cooperative Library System (WCCLS) service updates
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