Smart spending boosts homeless services, behavioral health and violence prevention efforts while building the libraries and preschools of the future
Multnomah County News
The recommendations accompany investments the department is making overall in community-based, culturally specific services and services for victims of crime.
Commissioners report on activities and initiatives for June 1-15, 2022
The Multnomah County Charter Review Committee will begin discussion Wednesday, June 15, on whether to submit four recommended amendments from subcommittees to the Board of Commissioners and voters.
A majority of services will be unavailable on either Sunday, June 19 or Monday, June 20 in observance of Juneteenth.
Multnomah County has joined more than 600 domestic and international host businesses in providing employment readiness opportunities for people experiencing intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Elder abuse affects millions of older adults each year. It takes many forms, including physical abuse, verbal abuse, neglect, financial exploitation, as well as self-neglect.
Oregon has among the strongest abortion rights laws in the nation; but anything could change, and the County vows to take action if those rights are threatened
The expansion is funded in part by a $1 million allocation from the American Rescue Plan to expand early career and job skills training to Multnomah County youth.
Multnomah County Code enforcement has collected bags from nearly 500 sites since 2018
Multnomah County received more than 150 pieces of written testimony and heard directly from more than two-dozen people.
Recognizing National Gun Violence Awareness Day and #WearOrange Weekend is an acknowledgement of the immeasurable toll violence takes on all of us.