A new Health Department report raises health concerns around marijuana use by middle and high school students, pregnant and breastfeeding moms and motor vehicle drivers.
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The $30 million commitment will go toward funding shelter beds for women and families, new affordable housing units and housing for people facing mental health issues.
The event will provide a public space to offer support to domestic violence survivors and the loved ones of victims.
Senior County Attorney Patrick Henry will be sworn in Oct. 16 as a Multnomah County circuit court judge. He replaces retiring Judge Paula J. Kushner.
Marijuana use by adults is legal in Oregon, but use can affect health.
Multco's Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance program will provide one-on-one counseling and group presentations to help citizens understand 2016 Medicare changes.
Last week, community partners, local leaders and Rockwood residents celebrated the grand opening of a new futsal court at Vance Park.
Multnomah County will no longer invest in fossil fuel companies as part of its effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
More than one in four teens were able to buy tobacco in Portland, Troutdale, Wood Village and Fairview during a 2015 federal sting.
The Justice Reinvestment program is the county’s response to a statewide effort to reform offenders, keep the public safe and save taxpayer money.
Please join us and learn how you can thrive at the free and fascinating 2015 Aging Well Conference.
On Thursday, the board will be briefed on tobacco retail licensing programs used by local governments across the country.