Before Marian “Anne” Torquido worked as a security guard in the lobby at Multnomah County headquarters, she traveled the world with a Filipino musical group
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As a boy, Johnny Bravo came to the United States. As a man, he wonders where he belongs.
“It’s difficult for us to talk about ourselves,” said Amal Ahmed, a volunteer at AYCO. “In Somalia, you say you're fine. You wake up, you’re not dead. So you’re fine.”
Chair Deborah Kafoury sits down with immigrant and refugee communities to ask, "how can we best serve you?"
Elections staff are reaching out to young, low-income and naturalized citizens in a push to educate eligible voters
Brotes recientes del virus Zika en el hemisferio occidental han incrementado la preocupación acerca su transmisión
A conservative congregation and largely Latino trailer park were strangers despite living steps away. How they crossed a street and changed a neighborhood.
A social service agency born out of a neighborhood in need helped a young woman find the strength to tell a secret and change her life.
The women came to Bienestar seeking community. They found joy, friendship and freedom.
Homidokht Tavangari has spent 24 years at Multnomah County. Her struggles and her faith have shaped the way she serves clients as a nutrition assistant for WIC
Julio Maldonado gave up a career in medicine to start a life with his wife and daughter in Portland. Today he visits patients in their homes as a community health worker.
Omar Al Samraae often thought it would be helpful to have a simplified guide to food cart ownership in Arabic. Today, the Multnomah County Health Department has just the thing.