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Oregon Health Plan: Free health coverage offered by the state

 

 

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The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is now available to more children and teens younger than 19, regardless of immigration status.

This includes youth with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status and those previously only eligible for Citizen Alien Waived Emergent Medical (CAWEM or CAWEM Plus). All other OHP eligibility criteria for those under 19, such as household income, remain the same.

 

What is OHP?

OHP is free health coverage for Oregonians who meet income and other criteria. It covers many health care services such as check-ups, tooth fillings, glasses and prescriptions. It also covers labs, x-rays and hospital care. It even pays for rides to and from the doctor’s office. 

Learn more about the health care services covered by OHP.

How do I apply for OHP?

A trusted and OHP-certified community partner nearby can help you apply. Their help is free.

To find a partner in your area:
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Use the OHP-Certified Community Partner Directory (Directory-English.pdfEnglish) (Directory-Spanish.pdfSpanish), or


Phone icon Call 833-OHP-FORU (833-647-3678)

 

What about coordinated care organization (CCO) enrollment?

Children and teens enrolling in OHP will be enrolled into a local CCO. CCO enrollment will be managed per the typical auto-assignment process.

Learn more about coordinated care.

 

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