What is CCare?
The Oregon ContraceptiveCare Program (CCare) is a Medicaid waiver program which serves Oregonians with incomes at or below 250% of the federal poverty level (FPL who are not enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). CCare services are limited to those related to preventing unintended pregnancy and may include: annual exams; follow-up visits to evaluate or manage problems associated with contraceptive methods; medical procedures, lab tests, and counseling services associated with contraceptive management; and contraceptive methods
You can find out more about CCare on the CCare website, and in Section C of the Program Manual.
How to Become a CCare Provider
CCare providers must also be enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan OHP, offer the same services to OHP clients, and bill OHP.
To start the enrollment process:
- Read through the Prospective Provider Packet (pdf) to determine if your clinic can comply with CCare program requirements. The packet Includes an overview of program requirements, questions to consider before enrolling, the CCare Standards of Care, information about supplies, links to the program manual, and other important information and resources.
- Read through our Program Manual, specifically Section C.
- Read through the CCare Administrative Rules (link below).
- Contact the CCare Provider Liaison at 971-673-0227 for enrollment information and forms.
CCare Administrative Rules
Current Oregon CCare Administrative Rules - Effective February 1, 2017
CCare Provider Tools