Oregon Lyme Disease Network
Seeking solutions to protect you and your loved ones 
from Tick borne illness in Oregon
phone:    541-321-6536
fax:    541-617-1700
email: theresa@oregonlyme.com


The corona virus outbreak is an unprecedented global event, and I am confident that the strength of our communities and our generosity toward one another will see us through it.
As we depend upon one another to thrive through these difficult times, every Oregonian must respect the call for social distancing. Our phone lines will remain open. 541-321-6536
Oregon Lyme Disease Network (OLDN) board has discussed the COVID-19 policy for OLDN and its members. During this time we are implementing to following policy to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 to our vulnerable patient population and our volunteer leadership.

1) There will be no more face to face support group meetings offered to our vulnerable patient groups during this time. All in person meetings are cancelled until such a time that the State of Oregon has removed the emergency measures they have implemented related to COVID-19. Please stay in tune with our State Policy regarding the COVID-19 virus.

2) OLDN is unable to provide any medical information related specifically to COVID-19. We will however find resources to point our members to. These will include the WHO, CDC and State Health and ILADS.

3) We do recommend continuing to stay in touch with your primary lyme physician and understand measures to take to help prevent infection with COVID-19

4) If you do begin to show symptoms contact your local physician, or your local urgent care for further instructions.

Stay well, and Thank You for your your understanding during these times.
April 2020  * Ticks are out *
The ticks are out and about!  Please send your ticks to one of our partners, protect yourself and help us gather data!    Click either link below for more information in a new window.



Oregon Lyme Disease Network is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization developed to help raise awareness of Lyme Disease in the Northwest. Our organization raises awareness and advocates for better access to care in Oregon.




We established in July 2001 .


All of our officers are volunteer staff. No salaries are paid and our volunteers are 100% volunteer staff.

Our organizational goals are

  • Raise awareness of Lyme disease in Oregon, Washington and Idaho
  • Facilitate collaboration with CDC and other research groups to collect, study and document ticks and illness they carry  in Oregon.
  • Educate physicians to recognize disease, disease progression through evidence based medical resources. (Accredited CMEs, Scientific Meetings, Accredited Conferences)
  • Educate patients and provide resources to support disease management
  • Create and train support group leaders and create avenues for meetings for support groups in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.
Assist needy families in gaining testing and if necessary provide avenue of treatment for children suffering from presumed Lyme disease.