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  • Family Health Insurance Assistance Program (FHIAP)
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    The Family Health Insurance Assistance Program (FHIAP) ended on December 31, 2013 because new federal health care reforms went into effect on January 1, 2014. Now, Oregonians may be eligible for low-cost coverage through the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) or financial assistance for private insurance plans purchased through Cover Oregon.

    Some FHIAP members met income guidelines for the Oregon Health Plan and moved into OHP on January 1, 2014. Those members who didn’t qualify for OHP had the option to find new coverage through Cover Oregon and see if they qualified for financial assistance, or to purchase a new health plan directly from an insurance carrier.

    Find out more about applying for the Oregon Health Plan or a private health plan at Cover Oregon.

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Applicant And Member Information FHIAP Partners
Special Notice for FHIAP clients about applying for new health coverage - posted 11/8/2013:


Attention FHIAP Members: Use paper application to apply for health insurance

In the past, we asked some FHIAP members to apply for new health coverage online through Cover Oregon. currently, Cover Oregon’s online application is not yet working. Please do not wait to apply online. Use the paper application today instead. The application can be download by Clicking Here.


If you have questions about the application process, please call us at 1-800-699-9075.


You can view the letter we sent to FHIAP members.



Cover Oregon
Healthy Kids
More about Cover Oregon

Open Enrollment began in October. Learn more, check eligibility for financial help and sign up for updates at CoverOregon.com, or call 1-855-CoverOR (1-855-268-3767) to talk to a trained specialist on the phone or in person.


Healthy Kids Program Information
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Depending on family income, children may be eligible for free health coverage for doctor visits, dental care, vision, medicines, and more through the Healthy Kids program.