Peña, manager of the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice’s (DCJ) Crime Victims Services Unit, received national recognition for her tireless commitment to helping victims.
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Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19 in observance of Presidents' Day.
Chair Deborah Kafoury announced today that Kimberly Melton, the senior policy advisor who has transformed county investments in culturally specific services, will take over Feb. 16.
The Multnomah County Board proclaimed August 3, 2018 as a day of appreciation former District 1 Commissioner Dennis Buchanan.
The commission, which includes local youth ages 13 to 21 was established in 1996. The commission’s roles include: policy recommendations, community engagement and youth-adult partnerships.
Kids ages 5 to 18 can also go to any Student Health Center for their shots, at no out-of-pocket cost
Health officials say enforcement will be education-only this season, ends March 1
The proclamation, sponsored by Commissioner Loretta Smith, marks the fourth year Multnomah County has recognized National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and the 18th year of existence.
The Multnomah County Board unanimously proclaimed February 8, 2018 as Reverend Dr. W.G. Hardy Jr. Day in honor of the pastor and avid public health activist who passed away February 2, 2018.
Teens from seven Multnomah County schools travel to Salem for 11th annual School Health Advocacy Day
Multnomah County suspended operations at the Human Solutions Family Center on Wednesday night, in response to concerns that damage from a leaking roof might threaten the building’s safety.
The listening session was part of a broader examination of Multnomah County’s mental health care system