Every year Multnomah County faces several heat waves that can be dangerous for older people or other vulnerable people. Pledge your help.
Department of County Human Services Blog Posts
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.
We know that factors such as housing stability and transportation greatly impact a kid's ability to go to schol. Here's what DCHS is doing to help kids get to school ready to learn.
1.5 Million Americans with disabilities miss out on the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), which can put up to up to $6,269 in your pocket.
1-800-HHS-TIPS is being used as part of a telephone spoofing scam.
Good nutrition helps older adults stay healthy and thrive. Yet, in a place internationally known for its cuisine, thousands of older adults struggle to afford food. Here's how to help.
There are free, trusted sources for getting your taxes done. They’ll help you get money back on your tax returns that you worked hard for.
Please contact 211info for information about resources available to tenants who are struggling with lost wages because of winter weather in Multnomah County.