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Legislator PhotoRepresentative Courtney Neron

Democrat - District 26 - Aloha, Beaverton, Hillsboro, King City, Newberg, Scholls, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, Wilsonville

Capitol Phone:503-986-1426
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-281, Salem, Oregon 97301


COVID-19 Resources

During these difficult times, finding the resources you need is crucial to supporting yourself, your family, and your business. To support you, here are a few resources that you can access to seek aid and get your questions answered. 

Please see the links below for the most up-to-date information on Oregon's statewide directives and information on the novel COVID-19 virus. ​

General Resources

Vaccination Appointments and Clinics 

Vaccine Resources

  • Visit the OHA FAQ page for answers to common questions and the COVID-19 vaccine tool to check your eligibility. If you need help navigating this tool, call 211.
  • If you live in Washington County, and are eligible to receive a vaccine, visit Washington County’s COVID-19 scheduling tool to schedule an appointment. 
  • If you live in Clackamas County, and are eligible to receive a vaccine, visit the OHA’s vaccine tool to schedule an appointment. 
  • Limited vaccination appointments are available for eligible individuals at local pharmacies.Visit Safeway, Albertsons, Costco, Walmart, and Walgreens for more information.
  • All4Oregon is a COVID-19 mass vaccination effort at the Oregon Convention Center. Visit the website to make an appointment and learn what to expect. 
  • If you are a veteran looking to receive a vaccination, visit the VA’s website for more information on how to do so

Food and Nutrition

Mental Health and Additional Well-being Resources

  • The Clackamas County Mental Health Center is available by appointment but has a crisis call line available 24/7. 
    • To reach the front desk, call 503-722-6200 
    • 24/7 Crisis and support line, call 503-655-8585
    • For non-emergencies, call 503-742-5335
  •  The Washington County Mental Health Services is available for in-person and remote appointments. 
    • For general questions, call 503-846-4528 
    • 24/7 crisis and support line, call 503-291-9111 
  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers 24/7 free and confidenial support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Please call 1-800-273-8255 or chat with Lifeline if you are in distress or crisis. 
  • The Senior Loneliness Line is a resource for the elderly who may feel isolated. The Lines for Life at 800-273-8255 is available 24/7 and offers free and confidential help. 
  • If you are facing domestic violence, the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVRT) can help. You can call the DVRT Main Line at 503-785-5000, or the Victim Assistant Line at 503-557-5846 

Homeowners and Renters

  • Clackamas County created a webpage for Housing Assistance that will support both tenants and landlords with their rights.
    • Coordinated Housing Access Line: 503-655-8575 
    • Clackamas County Housing Rights and Resource Center: 503-650-5750
  • Washington County Housing Service Programs  
  • If you are in serious need or are in crisis with finding stable housing, you should call 211 or contact your local Community Action Agency. 

Transit Riders

  • The TriMet is currently operating with reduced services and is limiting buses with 19-24 riders at a time and face masks are required. Be sure to check out the TriMet webpage for the latest updates.
  • The Wilsonville SMART bus transit routes are still running on a revised schedule to adapt to the needs of the community so be sure to check the bus schedule or the real time bus info web pages. 
  • When on public transit, be sure to put on your face covering, use hand sanitizer, and practice social distancing wherever possible. 

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