Certain high-risk individuals who are not immune can get just-in-time medicine; window closes today
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County partners with more than 50 local agencies to provide services to domestic violence survivors ranging from support groups to housing support to legal assistance.
Last year’s summery vibes gave way to scenes of autumnal coziness — hay bales, pumpkins and hot chai tea — but once again, the men at Wy’east were invited to join their neighbors for food and music.
Multnomah County offers discounts, online payment options and account information
In the last 12 months, Multnomah County and its partners have served 1,270 individuals experiencing domestic violence. Of those, a staggering 81 percent identify as women of color.
One-in-homicides in 2018 were of people experiencing homelessness
Losing Tabitha to save her children
A life starts collapsing; a friend remembers
Methamphetamine overdoses on the rise; while homicide takes the lives of 10
The changes would make it more difficult for immigrants to live and work in the U.S.
The theme of this year’s celebration was Construyendo Puentes, No Barreras – which translates to ‘Building Bridges, Not Walls’
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners declared today, Oct. 14, 2019, as Indigenous Peoples’ Day