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Oregon Health Plan: Access to Health Care Coverage

ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE COVERAGE

Did you receive a benefits renewal letter?  Learn more about how and when you should renew your health care. Renew your OHP »

The way Oregonians apply for health care is changing on November 15. Learn more about the change »

HOW TO APPLY

Learn more about how to apply for coverage through the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and Healthy Kids. Find information about eligibility and how to get application assistance. You can apply for OHP or Healthy Kids at any time during the year. Enrollment is always open for these programs.

How to Apply for the Oregon Health Plan »​

NEW TO OHP?

Are you new to the Oregon Health Plan? Welcome! Learn more about coordinated care organizations, what you need to do to start using your new benefits, how to access the OHP client handbook and where to call if you have questions.

Getting started with the Oregon Health Plan »

RENEW YOUR OHP

Did you receive a letter asking you to renew your benefits? Each year, Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and Healthy Kids members must have their eligibility reviewed to make sure they still quality for health benefits. Find out more about how to renew your benefits and answers to frequently asked questions.

Learn more about how to renew OHP benefits »


BENEFITS

Find out more about benefits offered through the Oregon Health Plan. Access the client handbook​ and learn more about medical care, mental health care and addiction treatment, and dental care.

Oregon Health Plan Benefits »

COORDINATED CARE

Most OHP members are part of a  coordinated care organization (CCO). A CCO is a local network of all types of health care providers who work together and focus on patient-centered care. There are 16 CCOs operating in communities around the state. OHP members can compare CCOs available in their area. 

Learn more about coordinated care in Oregon »​

HAVE A QUESTION?

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the Oregon Health Plan.

Frequently Asked Questions »