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New grant criteria violate Congressional requirements for proven programs, substituting anti-science, ideologically-driven approach
“We are using this proclamation to once again unequivocally state that the LGBTQ community is our community," said Commissioner Vega Pederson.
A winter shelter in the Mead Building has remained open. In addition, a shelter will open in mid-June at the Department of Community Justice East Campus.
Multnomah County’s HAT team is a collaboration between the Department of Community Justice and the Health Department.
After Multnomah County and Volunteers of America Oregon open supportive housing for Latino men, graduates return as mentors
The health center’s Refugee Clinic “has really created a welcoming environment” Multnomah County’s director of Integrated Clinical Services, Vanetta Abdellatif.
Peggy Brey and Truls Neal have been appointed as the directors of the Department of County Human Services and the Department of Community Justice, respectively.
On April 19 Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners will vote on whether to declare the county’s Central Courthouse and McCoy Building as surplus, beginning a process to dispose of both properties.
A coalition of local agencies expand program with community input
Implementation committee to focus on six proposals for regional partnerships
Multnomah County has sold the Wapato Jail to Kehoe Northwest Properties, LLC. The sale has been finalized and $5 million transferred to the County earmarked for permanent supportive housing
The plan is the County’s response to longstanding inequities in the organization’s recruiting, hiring, professional development, promotion and retention practices.
The Multnomah County Bridge Shop is offering bridge staff new tools to respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis.
To help build a more diverse workforce, the County Board approved a new fund to increase the supply of women and minorities entering the construction trades and provide small business development.
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- Multnomah County Elections assists voters with disabilities or voters who need help in their native language
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