To help clients find resources outside of the RH Program
Clients can find a reproductive health clinic in our network by calling 211 or texting HEALTH to 898211, as well as visiting our
list of clinics online. Spanish speakers can text SALUD to 898211. 211info also has a lot of other resources for clients when they contact them, such as info on housing, food assistance, finding childcare, and energy and water assistance.
If you live in Oregon, One at Home lets you order a free envelope of condoms and lubricant delivered discreetly to your door. You can order up to twice per 30 days!
NWAAF helps people pay for their abortion care by sending funding directly to the clinic. They also help people get to and from the clinic and make sure people traveling for care have a safe place to stay. Visit their website or call for more information: 1-866-NWAAF10 (1-866-692-2310).
Oregon Health Plan Application Assistance
Clients can get help enrolling in to OHP including children who are covered through OHP Now Covers Me and clients who are eligible for prenatal care and 60 day postpartum care through CAWEM Plus. To find an OHP-certified community partner for help applying, the client can go
here, enter their zip code and choose "Community Partner" under "Organization Type" to find one.
For clients enrolled in OHP or CAWEM Plus who need help getting to their appointments, they can go
here to find the organization that provides transportation for their county and contact the organization to make an appointment.
Other State Programs available in Oregon related to reproductive health and pregnancy
Oregon MothersCare offers free pregnancy testing, unbiased options counseling, and resources for connecting clients to prenatal care.
- CAWEM Plus provides temporary OHP coverage to pergnant and postpartum clients who are not eligible for Medicaid.
WIC clinics provide breastfeeding support, resources for healthy food, and nutrition education.
ScreenWise Program offers a variety of breast cancer, cervical cancer, and genetics services for uninsured and underinsured clients.
Oregon Immunization Program has resources and information on vaccines, including the HPV vaccine. The Vaccines for Children Program can help with costs for clients under 19 years of age, and other programs are available for insured and uninsured adults.