Because domestic violence affects people of all walks of life, it's important for us to know how protective orders work.
Department of County Human Services Blog Posts
As part of our ongoing series of articles recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we turn our attention to something we all have in common: our jobs.
Did you know that people with disabilities are three times more likely to experience abuse that people without disabilities? Here's how you can take action.
When you have a medical emergency it's important responders know about pre-existing medical conditions and current medications.
Research tells us survivors are four times more likely to use a safety intervention after talking with a trusted healthcare provider about their abuse.
You are invited to the 2018 ANNUAL PORTLAND CONSORTIUM COMMUNITY NEED HEARINGS
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic Violence Awareness Month has been observed nationally since 1987.
There are many Domestic Violence Awareness Month events happening near you.
Medicare Open Enrollment Begins Oct. 15. SHIBA is scheduling appoints now.
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2017-18 program year on activities related to federally funded housing and community development activities.
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