Supportive housing is often the most effective answer for chronic homelessness and the visible livability challenges that long-term homelessness presents
Multnomah County News
PhotoVoice gives patients the power to tell their own stories, one farm-fresh recipe at a time
Immunization can still protect vulnerable people and healthy adults from the worst influenza has to offer
Susheela Jayapal has worked as an attorney and a champion for women, communities of color
The officials were sworn in during a historic ceremony on Thursday.
Members of the public and media are advised the Multnomah County Swearing-in Ceremony will be Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019.
A candlelit walk and vigil on Winter Solstice honors those who live and die on area streets.
The winter event honors decades-long partnership between Multnomah County and African American families
Study suggests it’s too soon to know how local policies, demographics influence teen consumption
County Commissioners, employees and community members honored the service of District 2 Commissioner Loretta Smith on Thursday, Dec. 20, during the Board’s regularly scheduled meeting.
Outreach workers rely on community donations to do their work. A remarkably mild winter, so far, has left outreach workers with fewer donated blankets, even though the need for gear is just as strong.
Gov. Brown toured the shelter — the only one east of César E. Chávez Boulevard just for women — to highlight the record level of homelessness and housing investments in her proposed budget.