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Free COVID-19 vaccines for anyone 18 and older offered through Northwest Human Services. No appointment, insurance, or I.D. required.
Walk-in Clinic open Wednesday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
View the flyer here.
Board Sessions are open to the public and held each Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Formal Board Actions are brought before the Board of Commissioners at Board Session meetings. Formal board actions are the means by which the Marion County Board of Commissioners adopt, approve, deny or accept proclamations, orders, resolutions and ordinances. The current board session agenda is available on our website.
Management Update meetings are open to the public and held each Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Management Update is intended for staff to provide information to the Board of Commissioners, and for the Board to direct staff regarding operational issues or the development of policy. The current management update agenda is available on our website.
Public Safety Coordinating Council meetings are open to the public and held the second Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. More information about the Public Safety Coordinating Council can be found on our
This meeting will also be held virtually via Zoom:
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Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee (LADPC) meets on the fourth (4th) Thursday of every month from September to June at the Marion County Health Department, 3876 Beverly Ave NE Bldg G, Salem, OR 97305. The Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee (LADPC) is authorized under state statue to provide systems recommendations to the Marion County Board of Commissioners and Health Department on issues related to substance abuse and addiction and local treatment services. It is also responsible for community education and advocacy on alcohol and drug-related issues and for coordinating the efforts of other groups focused on these areas.
The committee is comprised of 11 members that represent the community, consumers of treatment services, community partners, law enforcement/corrections and treatment providers. The Health Department Administrator and the Community and Provider Services (CAPS) Program Supervisor also attend the committee. The Chemical Dependency (CD) Member Services Coordinator is assigned to the committee to assist with scheduling and planning.
The Department Head and Elected Officials meeting is held the first Thursday of each month and is intended for executive level staff to discuss county business.