COVID-19 TESTING IS AVAILABLE AT SHAC
COVID Tests for Travel:
If you are asymptomatic, have NOT had an exposure to COVID-19, and want a COVID test for travel please be aware of the following:
- PCR testing results are taking at least a week to get back at this time (it could become longer because of the increase in testing)
- Many clinics are running out of supplies so Rapid PCR testing for travel is not a priority
- The Rapid Antigen test cannot be used for travel
COVID-19 Reporting Form
Inform SHAC of COVID-19 positive test results or diagnosis to help PSU initiate centralized university level responses to protect our community. Please report if you've been to PSU within the past two weeks.
If you think you've been exposed to COVID-19, don't complete this form. Call SHAC at 503.725.2800.
All PSU Covid-19 Updates
COVID-19 Daily Self Checklists
We are working closely with state and local health authorities, to ensure we continue to provide safe, quality care while limiting further spread of the virus.
- In-person office visits for non-routine care are by appointment only. Telehealth services are now available. Learn how to navigate a telehealth visit with SHAC.
- Informed Consent for COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 Symptom Tracker
- Check your risk for COVID-19
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Oregon Health Authority
- Oregon Health Authority: Safe Strong Oregon
- Multnomah County Health Department - COVID Video (Spanish)
- COVID-19: After you get tested
We recognize that we are living in a very stressful and anxiety provoking time. Know that you are not alone. We are here to help. Please consider using the following resources to help you cope:
- SHAC Services and Health Fee Information
- SHAC Workshops & Outreach
- State by State: Mental Health Crisis Resources
- SHAC Statement Against Racism & Xenophobia
- Resources for Navigating Racism & Xenophobia
- Campus Well: PSU Articles on Coronavirus and Mental Health
- SHAC's Virtual Mind Spa
SHAC COVID-19 Campus Collaborations/Webinars:
- SHAC/SSWC Workshop: Parenting During a Pandemic
- COVID 19 Workshop Part I: Managing Stress, CRC/SHAC Collaboration
- COVID 19 Workshop Part II: Physical and Mental Health Q&A, CRC/SHAC Collaboration
General COVID-19 Mental Health Information:
- Ten Percent Coronavirus Sanity Kit
- COVID-19 Anxiety Toolkit
- PSU DRC Guide: COVID-19 Mental Health and Distraction Resources
- Guided Self-Compassion Exercises
- 15 Journaling Exercises to Help You Heal, Grow and Thrive
- SHAC PDF: Coping with Stress and Traumatic Events
- SAMHSA Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Traumatic Event: What to Expect in Your Personal, Family, Work, and Financial Life
- Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event: Managing Stress
Anxiety and Depression:
- SHAC PDF: COVID-19 and Anxiety
- SHAC PDF: COVID-19 and Depression
- FACE COVID - How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis (e-book)
- Radical Healing in Times of Fear and Uncertainty Protip: click through all the links in the article.
- How to Prevent Loneliness in a Time of Social Distancing
- DBT Crisis Survival Skills- Helpful for everyone
- SHAC PDF: Coping with Grief
- Anticipatory Grief
- What's Your Grief: Home
- Mindfulness & Grief: Compassionate Support and Guided Meditations
Surviving and Resisting Hate:
- CDC: Stigma and Resilience
- Surviving and Resisting Hate Toolkits
- Discrimination: What it is and how to cope
- If you are in crisis and need urgent support, call SHAC Counseling Services at (503)725-2800 during any of our open hours (M-H 9am-5pm, F 9:30am-5pm).
- You can access additional support by contacting the Multnomah County Crisis line (503-988-4888) or the Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741).
- If you need in-person evaluation, Unity Center for Behavioral Health (1225 NE 2nd Ave) has a mental health emergency room.
- SAMHSA also offers a Disaster Distress Hotline 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.