- Protecting Senior Services to ensure Independence, Choice, and Dignity
- Senior Hunger and Poverty Issues
- Defending Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid for all generations
- Livable Neighborhoods (accessible transportation, pedestrian issues, and community safety)
- Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) Preservation and Enhancement
The Commission is a 31 member citizen advisory group.
What does The Commission do?
The Commission advises Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services, Multnomah County, and the City of Portland on the concerns and needs of older adults in our community. With strong advocacy, this dynamic group has shaped the aging policy on all levels.
When does The Commission meet?
The Commission meets the third Wednesday of the month from 1:00pm- 3:30pm and members have numerous opportunities to connect with public officials.
Can I become a member of the Commission?
If you are interested in tackling important issues to create a positive change for seniors and the community as a whole in Multnomah County give us a call at 503-235-5474, or check out our Volunteer Opportunities page.