We are saddened to report the passing of Giles Gibson, a beloved member of the  Oregon AFSCME family and retired former staff attorney.

Reprinted from Kezi 9 News

The contract bargaining began in March and stalled in September. The process will now go to a third-party mediator to facilitate the discussions.

October 25, 2021
Contact: David Kreisman, [email protected]

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In 2017, Oregon AFSCME Council 75 released the United We Heal report, highlighting specific issues facing the behavioral health workforce and the clients they serve every day.

In order to celebrate and honor the lives of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away, please use this form to submit the names of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away.

Our members are part of our union family and we know their loss has ripple effects that sometimes are not seen but are always felt. Member names will be included in board moments of silence and at our biennial convention.

Our nation’s behavioral and mental health workers have helped families and communities deal with every imaginable crisis, including the opioid crisis, gun violence, homelessness and the coronavirus pandemic. But for far too long, their work has not been fully appreciated.

A Tentative Agreement has been reached! Please note, this table only reflects major points of proposals. Not every aspect of every proposal is reflected on the site below, but it will be updated: