Leaders from the Behavioral Health Division briefed the Board on the Mobile Crisis Program Tuesday, April 20, outlining the full scope of crisis services available to Multnomah County residents
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American Rescue Plan and historic ballot measures drive new housing, preschool and library investments
The shelter will continue to serve about 90 people in a physically distanced space, and it will continue to prioritize people living without shelter in the area.
Multnomah County Elections reminds voters that Tuesday, April 27 is the voter registration deadline for the May 18, 2021 Special District Election
As the Board of County Commissioners, we vow to continue our efforts to build toward justice in our own community by dismantling the systems, including those within our own organization.
Anyone who gets pills from anywhere other than a pharmacy should assume that they are counterfeit and contain potentially deadly amounts of fentanyl
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Multnomah County has worked closely with dozens of community-based organizations to distribute financial assistance to struggling community members.
From March 2020 to March 2021, Multnomah County volunteers gave over 11,500 hours of service. In recognition, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed the week of April 18 Volunteer Week.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed, health care planning can make a profound difference in the event of a medical crisis.
More than 600,000 people returned from state and federal prison every year; last year in Oregon, more than 1,200 people were released from state custody.
If you are a voter who needs assistance, you can go online, call, email or visit a Multnomah County Elections location for support in any step of the voting process.
Choo Fair and other leaders with the Department’s African American Program teach H.E.A.T. or Habilitation, Empowerment, Accountability, Therapy.