The Second Question: Insight, Resources, Connections

04.09.13
Keeping kids safe is every parent's prioirty and it's easy!  Learn more from the OHSU's blog post "Children’s safety begins at home."   Like what you see? 
04.08.13
This from HACSA's website: The Section 8 Waiting List will be open from April 8, 2013 at 9:00 AM and close April 15, 2013 at 4:00 PM.
04.08.13
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Generally speaking, design is not a top priority for organizations providing social services. In fact, it’s probably not on the priority list at all. Why would it be? We’re in the business of helping people, not providing visual effects. Or at least that’s how I imagine the argument playing out.  
04.05.13
Every week I'll be sharing insider tips on health care programs, information about health care reform and how health insurance works in Oregon. And as a Consumer Health Advocate for 211info's Oregon Health Connect program, my two colleagues and I have more than three decades worth of experience helping people find resources.
04.04.13
There were so many NAMI-Clackamas County resources we chose not to include them in our regular weekly events post and put them all in this convenient post instead. Enjoy!
04.04.13
online safety
Onguardonline.gov, a website that gives advice on online safety, posted a article about keeping children and teens safe online:
04.03.13
We've been hearing from clients who have been caught off-guard by a new arts tax. We contacted our friends at CASH Oregon for some more details:  This new tax was approved by Portland voters in the November 6, 1012 election. (Ballot Measure 26-146). The tax is $35 and it applies to all City of Portland residents18 or older with any income more than $1,000 (taxable or non-taxable). If your household income is below the federal poverty level you may ask for an exemption.
04.02.13
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Every week I'll be sharing insider tips on health care programs, information about health care reform and how health insurance works in Oregon. And as a Consumer Health Advocate for 211info's Oregon Health Connect program, my two colleagues and I have more than three decades worth of experience helping people find resources. We are here to answer you questions Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm. Just dial 211 or email us: health.connect@211info.org.