Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid
The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is our state Medicaid program. It provides health care coverage to low-income Oregonians from all walks of life. This includes working families, children, pregnant women, single adults and more. The Oregon Health Plan provides Oregonians access to coordinated health care. It covers services such as regular check-ups, prescriptions, mental health care, addiction treatment and dental care.
Once you become an OHP member, you will be assigned to a coordinated care organization (CCO). CCOs help OHP members find doctors and other health plan resources. Most Washington County residents are assigned Health Share of Oregon as their CCO, but some Washington County residents are assigned to Yamhill Community Care.
FamilyCare CCO members: You may have heard that FamilyCare is closing. This is true, but you will not lose your OHP coverage because of the change. If you are a current FamilyCare CCO member, you will likely become a Health Share member starting February 1. For more information, visit Health Share's new member page or call the new member welcome line at 1-833-278-4215.
Washington County manages the behavioral health benefit for Health Share of Oregon members living in the county. Washington County residents who are enrolled in Health Share of Oregon can call our member services line at 503-291-1155 for information and referral.