Linn County, Oregon
Department of Health Services

The Department of Health Services does not discriminate against any person in its admission, services, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, disability, or age.


Programs and Services

The mission of Linn County Department of Health Services is to work together to promote the health and well-being of all Linn County residents.

News and Current Events

  • The Cancer You Can Prevent Campaign - Learn more about the Colorectal Cancer Screening Campaign.
  • What affects you? When thinking about your wellness it’s easy to immediately think about how you feel physically, but as you know there are many things that affect how you feel.
  • The Linn County Public Health programs have move to their new facilities at the Linn County Willamette Health Center. Read more
  • The Linn County Developmental Disabilities programs have move to their new facilities at the Linn County Willamette Health Center. Read more
  • Some of the Linn County Mental Health programs have move to their new facilities at the Linn County Willamette Health Center. Read more
  • The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is a program that pays for low-income Oregonians’ health care. The State of Oregon and the US Government’s Medicaid program pay for it. InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organziation (IHN-CCO) is a managed care plan that works with the Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP) to provide health services to eligible OHP members living in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Counties. Learn more by visiting the IHN-CCO webiste.
  • Linn County is now offering Mental Health First Aid training classes. Read more

Health Administration

The Health Administration page has an overview of the administrative, operational, staffing, and funding aspects of the various programs within the Linn County Department of Health Services.

Alcohol, Other Drug, and Problem Gambling Prevention & Treatment

Through its Alcohol & Drug Program the Linn County Department of Health Services provides community-based alcohol, other drug and problem gambling prevention and treatment services for adults and adolescents. Main information topic areas are:

  • Alcohol, Other Drug, and Problem Gambling Prevention
  • Problem Gambling Treatment for Adults, Adolescents, and Families
  • Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services for Adolescents
  • Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services for Adults
  • Special Corrections Treatment Programs for Adults
  • Multiple links to local resources organized by topic

Developmental Disabilities Programs

Developmental Disabilities explains levels of disability and then provides an overview of services offered.

Environmental Health Programs

The Environmental Health pages provide information about programs designed to control the factors that are responsible for the spread of disease through food, water, and other environmental exposures. Main program areas are:

  • Food, Pool, and Lodging: licensing and inspection
  • Onsite Wastewater Management: siting, permitting and inspection of septic systems
  • Safe Drinking Water: assuring proper operation and maintenance of public water systems
  • Solid Waste & Recycling: assuring equity in services and rates for rural Linn County
  • Community Health: disease prevention and control, services for housing rehabilitation and other community programs, and enforcement of public health laws

Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services pages provide information about Crisis Intervention, making appointments, and services provided. Main information topic areas are:

  • Crisis Intervention contact information
  • Service Offerings
  • Specialty Programs
  • Multiple links to resources for more information

Public Health Programs

The Public Health pages have guidelines for flu shots, and communicable diseases including HIV and AIDS. The main topic ares are:

  • Communicable Disease
  • Immunization Programs
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • WIC Nutrition Program
  • Reproductive Health
  • Maternal-Child Health Programs
  • Tobacco Prevention
  • Wellness
  • Vital Statistics

 

 
 

Location

Albany

Main Office   view map

315 4th Avenue SW
Albany, OR 97321

Telephone: 541-967-3888
Toll free: 1-800-304-7468
FAX: 541-924-6904
TTY/TTD: 1-800-735-2900

Office Hours

Monday — Friday:
8:30 a.m. — 12 noon
1 p.m. — 5 p.m.

Other Resources

Resource Links
InterCommunity Health Network CCO
Oregon Health Authority CCO Implementation

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