Resources, forms and documents for partners and providers of the Department of County Human Services.
Department of County Human Services Sites and Repositories
Call the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC): 503.988.3646 for 24/7 support. Long term care. Senior centers. Insurance. Guardianship. Report abuse. Support for caregivers.
A social service approach to working with people that honors them as the experts in their own lives.
Bienestar de La Familia "Ayudando a promover el bienestar de las familias y comunidades Latinas en el condado de Multnomah”
A performance measurement system provides a powerful way for programs and agencies to use data to improve their impact. This site provides guidance and templates to support program improvement.
SNAP/Food Stamps. Meal programs. Low-cost farmers markets. Food pantries.
The Multnomah Idea Lab (MIL), housed within the Multnomah County Department of County Human Services (DCHS), is a place to test new policies and innovations that help people and communities thrive.
The Multnomah County Veterans Services Office provides benefits information, assistance, and advocacy to all who have served and their families.
To lead & partner with customers in sustaining our current workplace while developing the workforce for the future through delivery of high quality, skilled & knowledgeable employees.
Apply for services for people with Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Effects & other intellectual/developmental disabilities. Report abuse or neglect.
Call to Safety - 503.235.5333 or toll-free at 1.888.235.5333. Línea de Crisis 24 horas sin costo 1.888.232.4448. Information on domestic and sexual violence, including local resources.
Schools Uniting Neighborhoods - educational success, social and support services for youth, families and community members.