Latino Network and CHI serve as a clearinghouse of much-needed services for youth and families who have been affected by violence.
Multnomah County News
Candidate Filing Opens Today for the May 18, 2021 Special District Election.
Those individuals with a positive test are being monitored closely for signs of severe illness and have 24/7 access to medical care.
Multnomah County informed 300 taxpayers Thursday, Feb. 4 that, due to a technical error, property tax interest/fees were not applied to their accounts between Dec. 15, 2020 and Jan. 12, 2021.
About 100 people were vaccinated in the first wave, six weeks after County asked Governor to prioritize those in custody
Reports of abuse and neglect of older adults and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities were down at least 15 percent and 40 percent, respectively, in 2020
All infected individuals are being monitored closely for signs of severe illness. So far, only a small number of people have developed symptoms, almost all of them mild.
Multnomah County commissioners will attend a virtual event Sunday, Jan. 31 celebrating the grand opening of WomenFirst Transition & Referral Center’s new SE Portland Recovery House.
Multnomah County is urging renters who are unable to pay rent to sign the State of Oregon’s declaration of financial hardship form in order to qualify for protection from eviction.
On Jan. 15 one adult in custody at Inverness Jail tested positive for COVID-19. Since then, a total of 82 individuals in multiple dorms have been found to test positive.
The deluge of crises that hit the community in 2020 has left an indelible mark. Yet in times of crisis, CHI families go back to the strengths found in relationships, health, hope and healing.
On Jan. 21, per public health recommendations, a second round of testing was performed. Eleven additional adults tested positive for COVID-19.