There is no better time than now to share the ways that Multnomah County has strengthened and expanded its work around domestic violence education and prevention.
The Housing Stability Team meets monthly, manages $760,000 in flexible funding and has helped more than 150 families and individuals who might otherwise have lost housing.
The Board of Commissioners Thursday proclaimed February 2017 as Black History and Black Future Month in Multnomah County.
The Black History Month event was a celebration of black achievement and also a time to reflect on continued challenges facing black people.
If you witness or hear of an instance of a domestic violence survivor being detained by ICE officers at Multnomah County courthouses, please contact the court at 503.988.4794.
Blumenauer met with Multnomah County officials to gather ideas about the state’s priorities for a new federal farm bill.
The Multnomah County Child Hunger Coalition has released an interactive map of food resources to help families facing food insecurity and hunger.
Oregon has one of the country’s highest rates of domestic and sexual violence against women.
County commissioners, state legislators, judges and hundreds of guests gathered Tuesday morning as Multnomah County broke ground on a new central courthouse.
Multnomah County will provide one-on-one counseling to help citizens understand the changes, identify important issues and compare their current coverage with 2017 Medicare plans.
County Board unanimously approved a plan that will guide how the Department of County Human Services provides comprehensive and coordinated services to older adults in Multnomah County.
The Multnomah County Health Department was named Outstanding Community Partner by Rose Community Development at its annual breakfast Sept. 22.