Multnomah County's Board of Commissioners adopts an annual budget to plan for the effective delivery of services to the community and to responsibly manage the public resources that support these services.

Multnomah County uses an incremental budgeting process.

Phase I: Departments submit their Budgets for consideration.

Phase II: The Chair develops the Proposed Budget.

Phase III: The Board Adopts the final Budget.

The program offers below are shown at each stage in the process. The following describes each of the column stages in more detail.

Department Submitted - are the program offers submitted by the departments on February 13, 2015 for consideration in the Chair's Proposed Budget. These program offers are shown as submitted by the departments and have not yet been reviewed by the Budget Office for accuracy.

Chair's Proposed - are program offers that have been included (funded) in the FY 2016 Chair's Proposed Budget, which will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners on April 23rd. As the Chair’s Office reviews the program offers, they may be updated or changed.

Adopted - are the program offers that are included (funded) in the County's Adopted Budget. This is the final stage of the budget process. The County's Budget will be adopted on June 18th.

Additional information on the FY 2016 Budget can be found at: http://www.multco.us/budget/fy-2016-budget. Information on prior year budgets can be found at: www.multco.us/budget.

Program Offers

Prog. Offer # Prog. Offer Name Department Submitted Chair’s Proposed Adopted
40076-16
Mental Health Services for Adults
40077-16
Mental Health Treatment & Medications for the Uninsured
40078-16
Early Assessment & Support Alliance
40079-16
Mental Health Services for Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence
40080-16
Community Based MH Services for Children & Families
40081-16
Multnomah Wraparound
40082A-16
School Based Mental Health Services
40082B-16
School Based Mental Health - Expansion
40083-16
Mental Health First Aid
40084-16
Culturally Specific Mental Health Services
40085-16
Adult Addictions Treatment Continuum
40086-16
Addiction Services Gambling Treatment & Prevention
40087-16
Addiction Services Alcohol & Drug Prevention
40088-16
Coordinated Diversion for Persons with Mental Illness
40089-16
Addictions Detoxification & Post Detoxification Housing
40090-16
Family & Youth Addictions Treatment Continuum
40091-16
Family Involvement Team
50000-16
DCJ Director's Office
50001-16
DCJ Business Services
50002-16
DCJ Business Applications & Technology
50003-16
DCJ Crime Victims Unit
50004-16
DCJ Research & Planning Unit
50005-16
DCJ Human Resources
50010-16
Adult Offender Mental Health Services
50011-16
Recovery System of Care
50012-16
Addiction Services - Adult Offender Residential
50014-16
Addiction Services - Adult Drug Court Program
50015-16
Adult Chronic Offender Program - City Funding
50016-16
Adult Services Management
50017-16
Adult Recog Program
50018-16
Adult Pretrial Supervision Program
50019-16
Adult Forensics Unit
50020-16
Adult Parole/Post Prison Violation Hearings & Local Control Release Unit
50021-16
Assessment and Referral Center
50022A-16
HB3194 Justice Reinvestment
50023-16
Adult Field Generic Supervision (Level 1&2)
50024-16
Adult Mentally Ill Offender Supervision
50025-16
Adult Sex Offender Supervision & Treatment
50026-16
Adult Domestic Violence Supervision
50027-16
Adult Family Supervision Unit
50028-16
Adult Day Reporting Center
50029-16
Adult Electronic Monitoring
50030-16
Adult Property Crimes Programs (RAIN & START)
50031-16
Community Service
50032-16
Adult Gang and African American Program
50033-16
Adult Londer Learning Center
50034-16
Adult Field Services - Medium Risk Generic Supervision
50035-16
Support to Community Court
50036-16
Adult Domestic Violence Deferred Sentencing
50037-16
Adult Sex Offender Reduced Supervision (SORS)

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