As a Senior Policy Advisor, Liz Smith Currie supports Chair Kafoury’s mission to maintain safety, growth, and prosperity in Multnomah County.
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In these uncertain times, two things we can be sure of are change and the paramount importance of responding quickly and wisely.
Staying connected as we do the right thing by staying apart is vital to our collective and individual health. At the County, we continue to take decisive steps to keep community members safe.
The stay-at-home order is our best chance to limit the spread of the virus. But for people who don't have home, staying safe looks a little different.
Multnomah County's values will guide our toughest budget choices and shape our work in the critical year ahead.
We're working hard to ensure that the County can safely and equitably move every part of our community forward together.
Capturing racial and ethnic data about the County's COVID-19 cases — and getting it to communities of color — is critical to our community's response.
Nicole Buchanan is the Chair’s policy advisor for matters related to public health, human and community services, education, and behavioral health.
By pausing social activities and getting back to the basics of prevention, we give ourselves the best chance at turning the tide on infections.
The cost of not taking these new steps is too high to risk. What we do now directly affects what we will — or won't — be able to do later this winter.
Multnomah County is working to transform systems that have historically harmed communities of color. A new County website details our efforts and tracks progress.
This winter, we're in danger of being unable to guarantee a severe weather shelter bed for everyone who needs it. But with the community's help, we can.
Despite wildfires, a pandemic and other challenges, I'm grateful that so many community members show up over and over again for our neighbors in need.
Information and resources for community members to take concrete actions during the critical holiday season to slow the spread of the virus, support local businesses, and help people in the community
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Multnomah County is taking decisive action to limit the spread of COVID-19 by supporting people experiencing homelessness through safer shelters, outreach and education.
မေးလေ့မေးထရှိသော မေးခွန်းများ - COVID-19 နှင်ထုတ်မှု ဆိုင်းငံ့ခြင်း
Members of the chair’s staff respond to citizens, help craft policy, coordinate with county leadership and support departments’ initiatives and services.