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Renewing your OHP means making sure you still qualify for OHP. When it is time for you to renew, we will check to see if we have your updated information.
OHP renewals will resume April 1, 2023. Members will receive a notice between April 2023 and January 2024. This is to see if you still qualify for OHP after the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency ends. Learn more about OHP and the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.
The letter will say what you need to do to renew your OHP.
The letter will also have a summary of your case information (called a “Medical Renewal Summary"). When you get this letter:
This letter will have directions about what documents you need to send. Please follow the directions in this letter.
Other ways to renew your OHP
You may need to fill out the OHP Part 2 Renewal form. We mailed a copy to you, but you can also get this form in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, or Somali.
Use the renewal guide to help fill out your renewal form. You can get the guide in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, or Somali.
Please tell us when your address changes.
Visit the Report Changes page to learn ways to send an address change to OHP.
You can view letters we send you in your Oregon Eligibility (ONE) account. Learn how to get started using ONE.
We have trained community partners who can help you renew your coverage in person. It’s free. Visit
OregonHealthCare.gov to find a community partner in your area.
You can also call ONE Customer Service at 800-699-9075 (for TTY call 711).
If OHP asks for a response and you do not respond to your renewal letter, you may lose your OHP coverage.
Find an OHP-certified community partner. Their help is free.
Visit a local Oregon Department of Human Services office.
Call ONE Customer Service at 1-800-699-9075 or 711 (TTY)
Open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday
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