COVID-19 Resources


Columbia County Public Health will not be offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic this year.  Please refer to your primary care physician.

For questions about health insurance and COVID-19 vaccines, check out this article from Oregon Health Authority.

To get up-to-date recommendations on a vaccine schedule, please go to this CDC website.

Go to to find vaccines and boosters near you, or call 1-800-232-0233 (TRT 1-88-720-7489).

To find answers about COVID-19 vaccines, go to Safe + Strong.


Public Health often has free at-home tests available. Please call us at 503-397-7247 to check availability.

For tips on taking an at-home test or to check the expiration date for an extension, you may go to At-Home OTC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests | FDA

If you require more than a rapid test, you can search testing locations near you by going to Community-Based Testing Sites for COVID-19 |


For instructions on when and how to clean your home or facility, go to Cleaning, Disinfecting and Ventilation - CDC


Refer to your primary care doctor for treatment.  If you do not have a doctor, you may check your eligibility for assistance at One Oregon

 For information on COVID-19 medications as well as no-cost telehealth visits, go to Oregon Health Authority :COVID-19 Updates


Public Health Quick Links
General Information
Phone Numbers
503-397-7247 24-hour Reporting 503-397-7247
Fax: 888-204-8568
Emergencies: Dial 911
230 Strand St.
Columbia County Courthouse Annex
St. Helens,

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30


Columbia County Public Health is committed to improving the quality of life and protecting the health and well-being of all residents by addressing social, economic, and environmental conditions. Our goal is to ensure that all people in Columbia County have the opportunity for a healthy life.