1 in 4 Oregonians has a disability
1 in 4 Oregonians has a disability

Oregon Office on Disability and Health

Oregon Office on Disability and Health is a public health entity under the Institute on  Development and Disability at Oregon Health & Science University.

We are public health educators, students, researchers, and advocates. At Oregon Office on Disability and Health we work to provide health promotion programs and content directly to the community, as well as partner with public health organizations across the state to improve quality of life for Oregonian's with disabilities.

News and events

Listening Sessions

Oregon Office on Disability and Health celebrated with the Oregon Disabilities Commission in both Salem and Portland for a day of advocacy, appreciation, and community building on July 26th. Information sharing and presentations included the role of Oregon Office on Disability and Health in promoting health for Oregonians with disabilities, what the latest research tells us, and where we still have much work to do.

Tobacco Interviews

To inform our programs and help develop effective health promotion programs, the Oregon Office on Disability and Health and the University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities are interviewing:

  • Adults 18 years or older with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities ,
  • Case manager, direct service and support professionals who serve people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, and
  • Adults 18 years or older with mobility limitations.

We are targeting people who live in the following counties: Multnomah, Coos, Washington, Deschutes, and Josephine.

Statewide Impact of OODH Activities
Statewide Impact of Oregon Office on Disability and Health Activities

Child Development and Rehabilitation Center

Building with sloped roof with trees in front of it
707 S.W. Gaines Street
Portland, Oregon 97239