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State and local health officials announced today that they are not yet recommending any changes to community members’ daily routines in response to COVID-19, but made clear they will continue working to identify cases and their close contacts as they transition to the reality of community-based t
Youth mental health is one of the most important issues facing our community, yet adults are the ones making the decisions. Policy makers want to hear directly from YOU about your experiences and your ideas for solutions.
School exclusion day is coming up. On February 19, children who are not up to date on vaccinations will be unable to attend school. If your child is missing vaccines, it's time to catch up!
The United States Bureau of Justice Assistance has awarded Multnomah County a $1.2 million three-year grant to speed long-term recovery from opioid misuse among people in the criminal justice system.
After years of declining HIV infections in Multnomah County, state and local public health officials are responding to an increase in new cases, especially among people who use methamphetamines or inject drugs.
The Multnomah County Sheriff announced today that beginning June 1 corrections staff will distribute the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone to individuals leaving county jails.
Multnomah County opens the new Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Wednesday on one of the most iconic corners in Portland, across from Union Station in Old Town.
Thanks to close work among a business owner, a local faith community, an experienced nonprofit, and the City of Portland and Multnomah County’s Joint Office of Homeless Services, a seasonal shelter for 75 children and their parents is set to open in Northwest Portland on Monday, Dec. 3.