How to Get Involved

1. State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Oregon (SERV-OR)

Call for licensed health professional volunteers to assist in state vaccination efforts

January 26, 2021: “The Oregon Health Authority is putting out a call to current and previously licensed healthcare providers in Oregon to register with SERV-OR to volunteer in support of COVID-19 vaccination efforts. With health care resources strained due to the current circumstances, communities need health care professionals who can make themselves available to join the response. Please help this effort by inviting any qualified medical staff at your practice to register with SERV-OR.” 

For more information about SERV-OR and to volunteer visit: https://serv-or.org/

 

2. Specific COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunities Sorted by OSPA region:

Please send an email to OSPA at info@oregonpharmacy.org if you have additional volunteer opportunities for us to post below!

Central Region: Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties

  • Deschutes County: Are you a licensed medical provider who is interested in volunteering with Deschutes County Health Services to administer vaccines? You can apply to volunteer here:  Volunteer
  • Deschutes County is currently accepting applications for the Public Health Reserve Corps. If you are a licensed medical professional or a non-licensed individual interested in volunteering, please apply to the Deschutes County Health Reserve Corps here.

Central Valley/Central Coast Region: Benton, Marion, Lincoln, Linn, Polk, and Yamhill Counties

  • Linn County: Volunteers needed April 20th and April 21st for the Linn County Health Department vaccination clinic. They are in need of pharmacists, students, and interns to assist with reconstituting, mixing, and drawing up syringe doses. Linn County is a 100% volunteer COVID clinic. For questions, contact Sarah Daniels for information sdaniels@co.linn.or.us
    • More information here.
  • Marion County: Santiam Hospital isseeking volunteers to work in our vaccine clinics.
    • We need people that can assist with:
    1. administration of the vaccine it self: Physicians, RNs, LPNs, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Interns, Pharmacy Technicians, Dentists, Paramedics, EMTs, PAs, NPs, Medical Students, PA students
    2. registration: anyone with basic computer skills.
    3. recipient movement / guidance: anyone who can help people move around the vaccination site.
    • We will be working in 6+  hr shifts, several days a week until the job is done. We ask that people follow the below link and sign up to volunteer and then we will send you a link to schedule shifts.   Click Here to Register as a Volunteer
  • Lincoln County Public Health and County Emergency Management are inviting  members of the public who are interested in volunteering for  upcoming COVID19 vaccination clinics to register now.
  • Samaritan Health Services: Efficiently vaccinating our communities is a large effort, and we would appreciate the help of community volunteers. Licensed medical professionals and non-medical volunteers can serve in roles varying from greeting and traffic control to screening for potential adverse reactions and administering vaccines. Click here to volunteer.
  • Polk County: Register for volunteer opportunities via SERV-OR here.
  • Benton County: Register for volunteer opportunities via SERV-OR here.

Eastern Region: Baker, Grant, Gilliam, Harney, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, and Wheeler Counties

Northern Region: Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Hood River, Multnomah, Tillamook, Wasco, and Washington Counties

 Southern Region: Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lake Counties

  • Jackson/Josephine Counties: Asante is seeking members of our community to volunteer at our vaccination clinics in Jackson and Josephine Counties! Click Here to Register as a Volunteer

 

3. Additional County Specific Information Including Vaccine Availability and More:

For more county-specific information about COVID-19 vaccination, visit:

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/covid19/Pages/vaccine-information-by-county.aspx