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Growing deficit forces Board of Commissioners to make painful cuts to social and health services
Invests in mental health, public safety, equity, while facing growing deficit
Topics included legal help for survivors, supporting people with disabilities and health challenges, services for LGBTQ+ survivors, and the intersection of sexual violence and sex trafficking.
“They will get the kind of help we have never before been able to offer,” Chair Kafoury says, announcing new mental health resource center
National Crime Victims Rights Week recognizes pain, celebrates progress in service to survivors
Division to consider integration, streamlining services and rebranding
Board briefed on its power to shape, supervise, advance mental health services in Multnomah County
Wage theft in construction alone results in $2.6 billion annually in lost revenue for state and federal treasuries.
Community Leaders, clients and elected officials gather to celebrate fresh start, new leadership
The board room was filled with a sea of purple Thursday as the all-female Board of Commissioners declared March “Women’s History Month” in Multnomah County.
In one of her first major reports as Multnomah County’s newly-elected auditor, Jennifer McGuirk shared the results of the second County Ethical Culture Survey at the March 21 board meeting.
Trump Administration drops appeal of Federal court ruling that declared its actions unlawful
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners heard updates on the progress of the Construction Diversity and Equity Fund (CDEF).
Briefing on leading causes of death focuses on addiction, mental health, firearms and traffic
The long-awaited, Afrocentric transitional home provides culturally specific support services for women whose lives intersect with the justice system.