If this rule change is put into effect, the Oregon Department of Human Services estimates 35,000 Oregon families would lose their SNAP benefits.
Multnomah County News
Quest Center and Bridges to Change open region’s first recovery housing for LGBT, HIV+ residents
Blumenauer’s report, called “Locked Out: Reversing Federal Housing Failures and Unlocking Opportunity,” lays out policy shifts that would tackle housing affordability and homelessness from all sides.
Dedication ceremony and house tour planned for 10 a.m., Sept. 11. Reporters will be invited to tour the recovery home following the dedication at Quest Center, 2901 E. Burnside St., in Portland.
Following deaths and illnesses related to e-cigarette use in multiple states, the Centers for Disease Control on Friday, Sept. 6 encouraged the public to avoid using e-cigarette products.
County leadership welcomes the move, citing health risks, high teen vaping rates
Health and social service programs report chilling effect has already begun as clients drop out, miss appointments
Legislative reductions impact county’s Department of Community Justice, Sheriff’s Office, LPSCC
Closures include all Multnomah County Library branches and Multnomah County health and dental clinics.
All of the cuts would leave people on parole or probation, or post prison release, with less supervision or no supervision at all, public safety officials told commissioners.
The 100-bed shelter, built with private-sector donations, will operate with Joint Office funding. Its case management model will help people experiencing chronic homelessness return to housing.
H.E.A.T., or Habilitation, Empowerment, Accountability and Therapy, is a curriculum tailored for black women involved in the justice system.