Multnomah County will host the second of four special clinics on Wednesday, Feb. 8, to help families catch up on childhood vaccines before the Wednesday, Feb. 15 deadline.
Community health care workers share their experiences and impacts in communities.
Multnomah County and Oregon walks co-host community event, Take Back the Block
The celebration featured dance and spoken word performances and a panel discussion.
Wildfires across the state and western region continue to cause smoky conditions that can pose a health risk to certain people.
Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta Smith comments on Friday's attack on a TriMet MAX train that left two dead. County resources are available for those impacted emotionally by the tragedy.
Multnomah County's Mental Health Call Center at 503-988-4888 is available for people who may be traumatized by Friday's MAX stabbings.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners proclaimed May as Older Americans Month.
There is no better time than now to share the ways that Multnomah County has strengthened and expanded its work around domestic violence education and prevention.
The Housing Stability Team meets monthly, manages $760,000 in flexible funding and has helped more than 150 families and individuals who might otherwise have lost housing.
The Board of Commissioners Thursday proclaimed February 2017 as Black History and Black Future Month in Multnomah County.
The Black History Month event was a celebration of black achievement and also a time to reflect on continued challenges facing black people.