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CCO Plans

About OHP's Health Plans

OHP's local health plans are called coordinated care organizations or CCOs. Except for extra services and pharmacies, all CCOs offer the same OHP benefits. See the table below to learn about the CCOs available where you live. 

See a map of CCOs in Oregon

CCO Update
Starting January 3, 2022, Trillium Community Health Plan is open for new members in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties following the enrollment pause. Learn more about this change.

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800-273-0557 (TTY 711)
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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How to Compare Plans

Find plans in your county

  • Type your county's name in the Search field at the top of the table below.
  • Click the blue  button at the end of the field.
  • CCOs that serve your county will have your county listed in the "Counties" field.

Make sure the CCO serves your ZIP code

  • If the CCO has ZIP code requirements for a county, this is listed under the county’s name.
  • If the CCO serves the whole county, it says "All ZIP codes."

Review CCO materials

  • View the CCO’s Provider Directory to search for specific providers by name, specialty or location.
  • View the CCO’s Member Handbook to learn about the services the CCO provides and how to access them.
  • To print information about a CCO, choose the printable PDF file in your language.

CCO Plans

The information below was provided by the CCOs and is subject to change.
For the most complete and up-to-date information on a CCO plan, call the CCO's customer service number or visit the plan's website. This information was last updated September 9, 2020. Sign up to receive OHP health plan updates.

Some CCOs provide extra services.
These are items or services to support your health or manage a condition. Some extra services are available to all members, while others are provided on a case-by-case basis or by special request. You can contact each CCO to learn about a full list of services and how to access them.

American Indians, Alaska Natives, and members with Medicare have other options.

  • American Indian and Alaska Native members can join, change or leave their CCO at any time. (You will still need to choose a dental plan.)
  • Members with Medicare can change or leave the CCO they use for medical care at any time. Medicare members must use a CCO for dental and mental health care.
  • If you don’t want to be in a CCO, you can call 800-273-0557 and tell us.

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