In recognition of an urgent need for action, Multnomah County leaders today announced new hires, investments and collaboration — including new prosecutors, and expanded community partnerships.
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Anyone with information is asked to call the Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s Office at 503-988-0055
About 380,000 residents are expected to receive the text over two days. It is part of a multi-pronged effort to keep people housed by telling them how to get help.
Commissioner Stegmann’s East County Issues Forum regularly features local guests on a wide range of topics.
This year’s theme, “Recovery is for everyone,” sheds light on how anyone can experience substance use disorder, and anyone can achieve recovery.
Culturally-responsive programs, like Healthy Birth Initiative, dramatically reduce infant mortality rates
Redistricting takes place every 10 years following the U.S. Census to ensure each person in the county receives equal representation.
Make sure pets are up-to-date on their rabies vaccine, and never handle bats or other wildlife without protection
Patients notified of breach, offered free identity protection service
The proclamation recognizes and celebrates the many contributions of Latinx residents to the County and our community. The theme of this year’s celebration is the resilience of the Latinx community.
Provider procurement begins this fall, with phased opening of day center, shelter and housing project scheduled for 2022
Chair Kafoury calls on state to require vaccinations of local law enforcement and parole and probation officers.