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Libraries and Affordable Care Act in Oregon

What's New?

To shop for plans and enroll, go to Healthcare.gov
For expert assistance with financial questions related to health care coverage, go to OregonHealthcare.gov
Libraries can find logos, flyers, brochures in multiple languages and other promotional materials on the OregonHealthcare.gov web site for community partners. Request pre-printed materials from Arlene Weible or 503-378-5020.

Planning Library Activities

Find community partners or certified agents to provide citizens with enrollment assistance or help with programming in your library. You may also contact your county’s health department to identify potential partners for library activities.
The Health Happens in Libraries program provides a forum for sharing library programming ideas. This program is hosted by WebJunction.

Promotional Materials

OregonHealthcare.gov's community partners site has logos, flyers, brochures in multiple languages and other promotional materials.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services provides outreach and promotional materials for the federal health insurance marketplace. 


Training Opportunities and Other Resources

The Health Happens in Libraries program provides a variety of resources and training tools for librarians.   
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region, has also gathered Affordable Care Act resources on their web site. 


Please contact Arlene Weible, Electronic Services Consultant, 503-378-5020.