Multnomah County Commissioner Sharon Meieran urges residents to seek help from free clinics
Case Companion is a public website that offers information about an offender’s status, who to talk to for support and how to stay informed after a case is done.
Two Multnomah County Commissioners were among the 130 community leaders who stepped away from their own jobs Oct. 12 to serve as Principal for Almost a Day.
New Funding Will Help County Build on Progress Toward Eliminating Unnecessary Incarceration
Student find opportunities, mentors through Multnomah County program.
After a year marked by a rise in hate crimes and threats of mass deportation, staff and community gather to celebrate strength.
Supportive housing is sometimes the only effective strategy for people struggling with significant disabilities and long-term homelessness.
For the first time since arriving in the United States, a refugee from Congo feels safe enough to smile, laugh and even dance.
The Early Kindergarten Transition program, offered at more than 40 Multnomah County schools, improves attendance and reading scores, years after kids move on.
Department of Community Justice’s Erika Preuitt to serve as first African American President of American Probation and Parole Association
Multnomah County got done in Salem what it set out to accomplish: secure funding for a new courthouse.
Uprooted: An extended family scatters across East Portland after a rent increase pushes them from an affordable apartment in Cully.
We wanted to know how to support our Muslim and Arab-American friends and neighbors. Here’s what we heard.
This year's count of people sleeping without shelter is down nearly 12 percent, including key reductions for populations whose numbers spiked in 2015: women, African Americans and veterans.
Community event celebrates opening of Kenton Women's Village, a unique collaboration that provides shelter, services and a self-governing community for women experiencing homelessness.
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- Shelter opened at Mt. Hood Community College for Warrendale, Dodson evacuees
- Answers to your questions about ash and other fire-related issues
- Reception center to open in Troutdale for communities fleeing fire
- Statement from Commissioner Loretta Smith after MAX stabbing deaths
- County Mental Health Call Center available for those impacted by MAX stabbing