Multnomah County Awarded Additional $2 Million by MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge to Advance Local Justice System Reform
Multnomah County News
More than 500 health professionals and leading health organizations proclaim climate change a public health emergency
Jung-Bang Oh, President of the Korean Society of Oregon, recognized Stegmann on Jan. 13 — Korean American Day — for “serving with great distinction and as a voice for Koreans in Oregon.
Commissioners Susheela Jayapal and Jessica Vega Pederson joined dozens of older adults at the Hollywood Senior Center to build warming kits.
Use of certain social, health services could put green card, citizenship applications at risk for immigrant clients
Federal rule change, proposed state legislation fail to address menthol tobacco, health disparities
Reynolds High School will join 8 other schools with a health center for kids and teens
The What Works in Public Safety Conference served as a visioning session on ways to support all crime victims, recognizing that many offenders have also been victims at one point, too
Medical Examiner seeking help identifying a woman found deceased Nov. 13 in NW Industrial District
Vanetta Abdellatif has been an advocate for clients and a role model to employees, commissioners say
At the annual “Empower the Dream” gathering, Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury encouraged the community to continue doing what is right — even during difficult times.
As 2021 budget talks begin, syringe services sees an increase in clients at a Gresham site set to close