Oregon Health Plan
What is the Oregon Health Plan (OHP)?
The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is a program that pays for low-income Oregonians' healthcare. The State of Oregon and the US Government's Medicaid program pay for it. It covers different groups of services, called benefit packages.
OHP Standard is for Oregon residents who are older than 18. It covers doctor visits, prescriptions, emergencies, mental health services, and help with addiction to cigarettes, alcohol and drugs. Some people who have OHP Standard pay a monthly charge, called a premium, for it.
OHP Plus is for pregnant women, children 18 years old and under, and people with disabilities of any age. It covers doctor visits, prescriptions, hospital stays, dental care, mental health services, and help with addiction to cigarettes, alcohol and drugs. OHP Plus can provide glasses, hearing aids, medical equipment, home healthcare, and transportation to healthcare appointments.
There are other benefit packages. An OHA or DHS case worker can tell you which benefits you have. For more information about OHP go to www.oregon.gov or call 1-800-699-9075 (TTY 711)
For Oregon Health Plan eligibility information please visit Oregon Helps to find out if you qualify.
If you have questions about how to apply for the Oregon Health Plan contact the OHP application center: 1-800-359-9517 or your local DHS branch office.
Trillium is the health plan that covers physical and behavioral healthcare for Oregon health Plan (OHP) members in Lane County. These services were formerly provided by Lipa and LaneCare.