Quarterly Health Fairs
Each quarter, we host Health & Wellness Fairs in partnership with Community Services Network. At these events, we invite 20-30 different nonprofit and government partners to share resources and health-related services with the community. Health & Wellness Fairs also feature free food boxes, PPE, and other supplies.
Next Health & Wellness Fair:
3:00PM - 6:00PM
Thank you to our partners at Community Services Network for making these events possible!
Wellness Wednesdays were started with an intent of connecting community members to health and wellness resources in the Rosewood community on a more regular basis. These events are smaller than the Health & Wellness Fairs, providing a space for participants to build a deeper connection with the service providers on site.
2nd Wednesday of every month
12:00PM - 3:00PM
Check out the organizations that will be at our next Wellness Wednesday event on October 11th:
Wellness Wednesday Dates for 2023
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
We are excited to host COVID-19 vaccine clinics on a monthly basis.
NO ID OR INSURANCE REQUIRED
NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED
There is no cost to get the vaccine
We have all three vaccines available:
Moderna(5+ years), Johnson & Johnson(18+years), and Pfizer(5+ years)
The Rosewood Initiative
14127 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97233
Once a month, every 2nd Wednesday
BOOSTER COVID-19 SHOTS AND THIRD DOSES
We are now offering booster shots and third doses at our vaccine clinic for those who are eligible. If you do not know if you are eligible or not, you can find more information about eligibility here.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BOOSTER SHOT AND 3RD DOSE?
BOOSTER COVID-19 SHOT
A booster is a vaccine dose that may be given to someone whose immune response from the primary vaccine series begins to wane over time or to those at higher risk of severe disease or infection due to working or living conditions.
Many people can now get a COVID-19 booster dose. Proof of eligibility is not required, though providers may ask for written confirmation. People can get a booster dose at most locations that provide COVID-19 vaccines.
A third dose is recommended to people who are immunocompromised at least 28 days after their final dose of Moderna or Pfizer. People who receive third doses should not get a booster dose.
Important: If you are immunocompromised, you should get a third dose, not a booster dose.
ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Neema:
Phone: (971) 354-1420
Other Multnomah County Vaccine Clinics
Can't make it to Rosewood? You can find more drop-in vaccine clinics below!