Native elder and helpers perform blessing ceremony for new sweat lodge at Multnomah County’s Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center.
Multnomah County News
The project, funded through a $935,000 federal grant, will expand primary care and pharmacy services to an additional 2,400 additional patients in North and Northeast Portland.
The proclamation is intended to raise awareness of the issues facing older adults and to highlight the ways older American are working to empower themselves and their community.
The annual celebration honors the dedication and innovation of a select group of Multnomah County employees.
The new-nine story Health Department headquarters will have a brick exterior like its historic Old Town neighbors, but with a lighter shade to be take an “optimistic” view ahead.
How the county’s Assessment and Referral Center is giving newly released inmates a leg up at re-entering society.
After a successful pilot program last year, Multnomah County Elections is continuing to offer a service that allows voters to track the status of their ballot.
The $1.87 billion budget will help people in need of permanent housing.
Nearly two months after a new family shelter opened, parents say it's now easier to focus on getting kids to school and getting back on their feet.
Despite a number of aggressive programs aimed at alleviating hunger, one in five Multnomah County residents still doesn’t have consistent access to adequate food.
Volunteers across Multnomah County departments donated an estimated 165,610 hours of their time last year.
The move honors more than 30 years of achievements since the 1984 passage of the Victims of Crime Act.