On Thursday, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners celebrated a county program that is successfully training and placing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in jobs.
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Chair Kafoury and Commissioner Smith reaffirmed their support for immigrants and refugees before the Portland City Council adopted a resolution declaring Portland a welcoming, sanctuary city.
The Grant School-Based Health Center operated by the Multnomah County Health Department will close on June 15, 2017. Here's what's happening:
From high profile capital projects to food delivery services for senior, Multnomah County is integral in millions of dollars of economic opportunity in the community.
Justice Reinvestment works just as it sounds. It takes some of the millions of dollars saved by keeping people out of prison and reinvests it into data-driven programs and strategies meant to hold off
On March 16, the Board of County Commissioners took the crucial step of investing additional resources to protect the rights of immigrants and refugees in Multnomah County.
The county will invest $100,000 in nonprofits offering workshops and legal aid to immigrant and refugee residents
The Health Department today confirmed that six people have been sickened by E. coli at Montessori of Alameda school in Portland. Four of the people have the most serious type E. coli O157:H7.
The Board approved the next step in a $3.3 million remodel and expansion of the North Portland Health Center. Eight new exam rooms will be added to the 9000 N. Lombard center.
From animal adoptions to clinic patient care, Information Technology team overhauls county systems
County is investigating confirmed infections, but the risk to the general public is low as there are no reported cases outside this location in Multnomah County.
Chair Kafoury said that as a community, we must find an alternative to using jail as a treatment of last resort.