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Oregon Health Plan – Easy Access to Health Plan Information

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You may qualify for the Oregon Health Plan or one of the several other State of Oregon financial assistance programs for health insurance designed to help meet the health care needs of Oregon residents.

Check to see if you qualify for the Oregon Health Plan first.

Oregon DHS

Oregon Health Plan (OHP/Medicaid) administered by:
Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP)
This is the part of the program that is most often referred to as the Oregon Health Plan by many. The plan is an insurance program for those Oregonians with the lowest incomes.
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Oregon DHS
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
Created and financed primarily by the federal government.
Similar benefits to OHP/Medicaid but designed specifically for children.
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If you don't, check here to see if you qualify for FHIAP, the next step up.

Family Health Insurance Assistance Program (FHIAP)
This program offers state subsidies to low-income Oregonians who have incomes exceeding the OHP/Medicaid limits. The FHIAP program helps by reimbursing 50% to 95% of the premiums for the purchase of private health insurance plans for those who qualify. An individual or family may enroll in either group or individual health insurance coverage. Currently Open for Children 100% subsidy.
Requirements: Two months of no insurance and one month proof of qualifying income.
Check here to see if you qualify for FPEP.

Family Planning Program

Family Planning Expansion Project (FPEP)

The Family Planning Expansion Project (FPEP) is designed to provide people with tools and skills to plan for healthy and planned pregnancies. They work to assure that a full range of family planning, sexual, and reproductive health services are available to those who qualify across the state.

  • You are an Oregon resident, and
  • do not have prescription drug coverage. (Medicare Part D will not disqualify you).

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If you still don't qualify, look for low-cost Individual Health Plans

Small employers may be able to find help through the OPHP program.

Office of Private Health Partnerships (OPHP)
(Formerly Insurance Pool Governing Board Program (IPGB)
Office of Private
Health Partnerships
This agency provides information about health insurance to small employers, designs and markets affordable health insurance plans and administers the Family Health Insurance Assistance Program (FHIAP). It helps both small employers and those who work for them find affordable health insurance solutions. The OPHP has two new, affordable health care plans for small employers who do not already provide a health benefit plan for their employee, employees and spouses, children only or whole families.

Individuals living with HIV or AIDS who need help paying for medical care expenses, check here.

Department of Human Services HIV/AIDS Program Care and Treatment (CAREAssist)
The programs can help qualified Oregon residents buy health insurance premiums and prescription drugs. They can also let HIV-positive Oregonians know about other programs that may assist in paying for medical expenses.

For more information on the CAREAssist Program

Individuals unable to obtain coverage because of health conditions, check here.

Oregon Medical Insurance Pool Program ( OMIP)
Federal Medical Insurance Pool Program ( FMIP)

You may be able to qualify for prescription drug assistance.

Oregon Prescription Drug Program (OPDP)
The Oregon Prescription Drug Program (OPDP) offers a prescription drug discount card open to all Oregonians.
For more information on the Oregon Prescription Drug Program
If you need assistance or help and are enrolled in Medicare.

SHIBA Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance

SHIBA is a statewide network of trained volunteers who educate, assist, and serve as advocates for people with Medicare. SHIBA volunteers help people with Medicare understand their rights and options in health insurance, so that they can make informed choices.

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