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Multnomah County News
The Multnomah County Health Department’s annual review of homeless deaths finds that 80 people who were experiencing homelessness died on local streets in 2016.
The shelter, operated by Portland Homeless Family Solutions, will provide nighttime accommodations for up to 75 children and their parents from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily through April 30, 2018.
Residents and providers across Multnomah County sharing concerns, vision for better service
For the fifth year in a row, adoption fees equal the day of the month for all pets seven months and older, from December 1 through the 31
Today Portland mourns the loss of Vera Katz. As the first woman to become Speaker of the House here in Oregon she was an inspiration to those daring to take new paths.
Providers are also renewing their call for donated winter gear in light of tonight’s forecast. Please visit 211info.org/donations to see what items are needed and where they can go.
Learn how you can help our campaign to house 40 families out of shelter by Jan. 15. Landlords who have a unit to spare and who want to learn more about helping can email email@example.com.
Stephanie Ramirez and Surri Noelle were the first family to move out of shelter and into a permanent home of their own as part of this winter’s Home for the Holidays campaign.
Multnomah County and Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) are conducting a study of the local mental health system. They're seeking public input Dec. 11 as part of the study.
Health officials say getting an influenza shot is the best way to keep from getting sick or make the illness less severe.
In a rite as old as the building trades, Multnomah County leaders and construction crews “topped out’’ the new Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Wednesday, raising the last beam into place.