Commission on Children, Families and Community
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News and Announcements
8/10/12 - 1:27 pm
The mission of the City/County Youth Engagement Program is to provide opportunities for youth to be fully engaged and involved in local government as valued, contributing members of our diverse community. The Youth Champion Award honors local government employees working to achieve this goal. To fill out the download or fill out an online application, click here.
5/3/12 - 3:34 pm
Rob Ingram Youth Against Violence - Policies Forwarded at Summit DRAFT Anti- Gay and Gender:
3/5/12 - 11:00 am
We, the Multnomah Youth Commission, established the Youth Against Violence Committee (YAV) in 2011 to the response of growing violence directed towards young people in the forms of anti-gay and gender, cyberbullying, gang, home, police, school (bullying) and sexual / dating violence.
3/2/12 - 5:34 pm
Every year, Multnomah County’s Commission on Children, Families & Community (CCFC) recognizes the efforts of “local heroes” who work to make a positive difference in the lives of people living on a low - income and impacted communities in Multnomah County. CCFC’s Poverty Action Council created the award in 2006 to honor individual and organizational efforts to address poverty in our community.
1/10/12 - 5:36 pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 10, 2012 CONTACT: Joshua Todd, 503-969-5862/ firstname.lastname@example.org Schools, Community Focused on Keeping Students of Color in School Portland, OR- The Multnomah County Commission on Children, Families & Community released the results of a two-year project analyzing exclusionary discipline data from the six larger school districts in Multnomah County today. The report “Exclusionary Discipline in Multnomah Co