Total ARP Investments: $902,000
Multnomah County leveraged American Rescue Plan funding to restore and continue important services that were at risk of being impacted by budget cuts at the local, state or federal level. This included restoring programs in the Public Health Division and the District Attorney’s Office.
|Program Name||Program Description||FY22 Budgeted Amount||FY23 Budgeted Amount||Notes|
|District Attorney Domestic Violence Backlog created by COVID-19 restrictions||Funded an additional prosecutor to help address the increased number of unresolved domestic violence cases.||$242,360||$191,354|
|Health Department Public Health Nurse Family Partnerships Restoration||Funded the Nurse Family Partnership, which supports a partnership between low-income, first-time mothers with a home-visiting Community Health Nurse to offer the care and support they need to have a healthy pregnancy.||$468,595||$0|