H.E.A.T., or Habilitation, Empowerment, Accountability and Therapy, is a curriculum tailored for black women involved in the justice system.
Multnomah County News
With school approaching, health officials urge parents to get kids up-to-date on vaccines
Census data is particularly important to counties as it is used to determine where nearly $900 billion in federal funding will end up.
The bill ushers in a new era of evidence-based practices in the juvenile justice system, making sweeping changes to policies and practices put in place by Measure 11.
County clinics continue comprehensive care with State funds after Gov. Brown drops Title X
Widely regarded as the “gold standard” of workforce programs, Registered Apprenticeship creates a pipeline of skilled workers in the American trades.
With a built-in health clinic and commercial kitchen — and a focus on one-on-one engagement — the Laurelwood Center won’t just offer guests a shelter bed. It will offer them a path back to housing.
Word is Bond is a leadership development program for young Black men ages 16 to 21. The program aims to build positive relationships between participants and law enforcement.
Aug. 7, 2019 statement by Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury and Commissioners Sharon Meieran, Susheela Jayapal, Jessica Vega Pederson and Lori Stegmann
It’s not too late for kids ages 1 to 18 to enjoy free breakfast and lunch at dozens of sites across Multnomah County, thanks to the annual Summer Meals program.
Partnership with Multnomah County grew from farmstand to connecting youth to summer jobs, healthier futures
Multnomah County Commissioner Lori Stegmann hosted 20 county officials from across the nation July 30-Aug. 1 as part of a new Economic Mobility Leadership Network.