The HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule compliance date is September 23, 2013 and is the deadline for review of revised HIPAA administrative policies and Personnel Rule 3-10. The federal government recently c...
Department of County Human Services Pages
Department of County Human Services Race Ethnicity Question Templates
Department of County Human Services review of poverty trends in Multnomah County in partnership with the Commission for Economic Dignity
A pilot project called A Place for You will help deliver accessory dwelling units (ADUs) to select homeowners willing to host families experiencing homelessness.
The DCHS vision is that every person, at every stage of life, will have equitable opportunities to thrive.
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Addressing the root causes of food insecurity through policy discussions and outreach, elevating families’ voices, and coordinating efforts of our nonprofit and multi-jurisdictional coalition
The Coalition meets 5-7 times per year, 9:30-11:30am in various locations. If available, meeting notes are available on this page.
A variety of human services infographics and posters from DCHS.
A collection of Multnomah County Dept. of County Human Services presentations to the Board of Commissioners as well as other select presentations.
If you want to potentially save time, money, or staff resources and improve your equity efforts we have research-backed tools and processes to help.
Templates to use if your quality improvement work.
A resource library with quality improvement tools, templates, and best practices.
DCHS Race/Ethnicity Toolbox Docs
Connect with DCHS on social media and via email.
Disaster Resource Centers (DRCs) are physical locations that are activated to respond to the needs of people affected by disaster. Read about DRC values, guiding principles, and how to get involved.
How to get help paying the energy bill in Multnomah County
Common myths, quick energy facts, household maintenance and more from the Multnomah County Weatherization team.
School Free Meals Images and Documents
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Get involved with the Child & Family Food Security Coalition! Meetings occur every other month during the year, excluding summer months, which is less than 10 hours per year.
In 4 hours you will become familiar with the basics of Quality Improvement (QI).
MCCED is the community action board for federal anti-poverty programs in Multnomah County.
Sign up to receive an email alert during heat waves with tips and locations for cooling spaces.