The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is open to
all children and teens younger than 19,
regardless of immigration status who meet income and other criteria.
This includes Oregon children and teens:
- With undocumented status or who are Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, and
- Who live in families that earn up to 305% of the federal poverty level. As an example, in 2019, a family of four that earns up to $6,545 a month qualifies.
What is OHP?
OHP is free health coverage that covers the health care services children and teens need to thrive. Services for children and teens include check-ups, vaccinations, mental health care, tooth fillings, glasses and prescriptions. OHP also covers labs, x-rays and hospital care. It even pays for rides to and from medical appointments.
Learn more about the health care services covered by OHP.
How do I apply for OHP?
You can get help applying from a trusted OHP-certified community partner nearby. Their help is free.
To find a partner in your area:
Call 833-OHP-FORU (833-647-3678)
Search for a partner in your area.
100% Project –
Ensuring all children and teens in Oregon have access to health coverage
Through the 100% Project, the Oregon Health Authority’s Community Partner Outreach Program (CPOP) seeks to ensure all Oregon children and teens have access to health coverage.
By helping to build partnerships between their OHP-certified community partner network, schools and safety net clinics, CPOP works to meet children, teens and their families where they are, connecting them to local free help enrolling in OHP and Qualified Health Plans through Oregon’s Health Insurance Marketplace. Interested in partnering on this initiative? Please contact CPOP at