Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2017-18 program year on activities related to federally funded housing and community development activities.
Department of County Human Services Blog Posts
SNAP, formerly called food stamps, can help you save money in many ways you might not know about.
Throughout this summer, Multnomah County has been raising awareness about mental health in our community through a public outreach campaign. Now, the County is expanding its message to share the story
Do you belong to a FamilyCare plan? They will stop their coverage effective June 30, 2018. If you have Family Care, you need to act now to get a new health plan.
Next month, hundreds of public transit passengers will be riding on Portland buses featuring ads raising awareness about intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Often times the families involved leave home with none of the basics like personal hygiene items. Right now, survivors of domestic violence and their children of these 12 things.
Dec 7 is the last day of Medicare Open Enrollment. Here's what you need to know.
The Community Development Block Grant is a small but mighty program that funds small changes that can lead to vast improvements in quality of life or can even save a life.
At 10:30 on Oct. 18, we're observing a moment of silence for the 28 people who've died due to domestic violence.
Tips for Medicare Open Enrollment and accessing SHIBA resources
It’s National Preparedness Month so we wanted to share 5 tips that will help you get prepared to be safe.
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.