Skip to main content

Partner Clinics

Information on Washington County’s partner clinics: Cascade AIDS Project, Neighborhood Health Center and Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

Cascade AIDS Project (CAP)

Cascade AIDS Project and Washington County Public Health provide testing for persons at risk for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV. Spanish-speaking staff are available.

No-cost testing is available for those who qualify based on the following risks:

  • You are a man who sometimes has sex with men.
  • Your man has sex with other men.
  • You have had sex with someone who may be HIV positive.
  • You or your partner have multiple anonymous partners.
  • You or your partner have shared needles.
  • You have exchanged sex for something you needed or wanted.

For more information on where to seek testing visit our Sexual Transmitted Infections page and on CAP's website.

Neighborhood Health Center (NHC)

Neighborhood Health Center (NHC) Hillsboro Clinic offers family planning and reproductive health services to Washington County patients .

NHC–Hillsboro offers sliding fee scale services based on income. However, no patient will be turned away due to inability to pay.

Address and Phone:
266 W Main St.
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Tuesday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. by appointment
Walk-in hours for patients 25 and under are 3-7 p.m.

Neighborhood Health Center operates medical and dental clinics in Washington and Clackamas counties. To learn more about their primary care and dental services visit their website.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center operates three health clinics in Washington County. They are located in Hillsboro, Beaverton and Cornelius. These clinics offer primary care, women's and men's health, family planning, testing for sexually transmitted infections, and vaccines. Services are provided on a sliding scale based on income. They accept Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid. Hours vary. Visit their website for more information.

Virginia Garcia also operates five of the six school-based health centers in Washington County (all of them except Merlo Station). See the health care resource guide for more details.