More than 600,000 people returned from state and federal prison every year; last year in Oregon, more than 1,200 people were released from state custody.
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If you are a voter who needs assistance, you can go online, call, email or visit a Multnomah County Elections location for support in any step of the voting process.
Choo Fair and other leaders with the Department’s African American Program teach H.E.A.T. or Habilitation, Empowerment, Accountability, Therapy.
County Commissioners declared racism a public health crisis on April 8, the latest step in a decade-long effort to address inequities and disparities in access to healthcare and other services.
“It’s an opportunity to deepen our understanding of and connections to the joys and concerns and challenges that Arab Americans experience,” said Chair Deborah Kafoury.
Multnomah County is poised to receive $157.5 million in federal aid through the American Rescue Plan Act.
Rat-proof your bird feeder, chicken coop, compost pile. And don't overfeed those squirrels!
The Board of County Commissioners approved the 2021-25 Area Plan on Thursday, April 1, shaping the next four years of services for older adults in the area.
Annual event celebrates movement towards equity, spotlights action needed to achieve justice
Started in 2018, the project meshes the expertise of the Multnomah County Office of Sustainability, the City of Gresham and Friends of Trees, to bring a tree-planting program to Gresham
The letter marks the latest milestone in more than 18 months of work envisioning a new future for leading with race in Multnomah County.
Three members of the Inclusively Leading With Race design team reflected on their experiences at a Board of County Commissioners briefing Tuesday, March 30.