It’s National Preparedness Month so we wanted to share 5 tips that will help you get prepared to be safe.
Department of County Human Services Blog Posts
Wildfires continue to cause smoky conditions that can pose a health risk to certain people. Please check on your neighbors who may be older or have disabilities to see if they need assistance.
Liesl Wendt will step down as the department’s director Aug. 31. Peggy Brey will take the reins as interim director on Sept. 1.
Free Sexual Assault Support Groups for Survivors of Childhood Trauma and Survivors of Adult Sexual Assault.
Among the 474 participants, LGBT elders had unique perspectives and needs.
DCHS works to keep your information safe from the moment you first contact us.
Every year Multnomah County faces several heat waves that can be dangerous for older people or other vulnerable people. Pledge your help.
We asked older people what they needed most and they said transportation. Here's how you can help.
Making sure everyone knows the protections in place for Multnomah County tenants keeps our community safe and ensures equity.
The story of 1 million meals isn’t just about meals. It’s about people coming together to care for one another so that everyone can succeed.
Most students ages 18 through 49 who attend higher education at least half-time may be eligible for SNAP! Start the process to stretch your food dollar today.
It's time to sign up for kindergarten. If your child will be 5 on Sept. 1 - sign up now.