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For people currently or recently eligible for medical assistance, the program offers:
This year, the program will be able to distribute around 3,000 AC units and 4,700 air filtration devices.
Section 7 of
Senate Bill 1536 (2022) directed OHA to create this program. Section 1 of this bill also revised state law to allow tenants to have air cooling devices in their homes as long as they don’t pose a safety hazard.
People who are eligible:
There is no application process. If you receive supports from the ODHS Office of Developmental Disabilities Services (ODDS) or
Office of Aging and People with Disabilities (APD), ODHS will contact you if:
Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members who do not get supports from APD or ODDS can
contact their coordinated care organization (CCO). The CCO may be able to provide an AC unit or air filtration device as a
Some cities and counties, such as City of Portland and Multnomah County, have programs with limited supply. Check with your city or county to see if they have any programs.
To see more information about the program, view our
Frequently Asked Questions.
Health care organizations, community based organizations, or case managers may use this form to refer people who qualify for an air filtration device.
Our statewide network of partner organizations helps install devices for eligible individuals.
Installation Support Team Sign-Up
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