Do You Have OHP or Other Medicaid Benefits?
Renewals have started for Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and other Medicaid benefits, like the Medicare Savings Program or services and supports for people with disabilities and older adults. Oregon is working to keep as many people protected as possible. Most people will keep their benefits. There are other options for people who need medical benefits. But you need to take action.
Make sure the state of Oregon has your current address. And when you get renewal letters from the state of Oregon, do what they ask right away.
Update Your Contact Information
The most important thing you can do is make sure your address is current so the state can reach you. You can do that on your own or get free help here:
- Find an office or community partner near you at KeepCovered.Oregon.gov.
- Report changes online at benefits.Oregon.gov.
- Call 800-699-9075 weekdays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. All relay calls accepted. You can get help in many languages. Wait times are shortest between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Check Your Mail
Check your mail often for letters from the state of Oregon. When they come, do what they ask right away. Letters are being mailed now through mid-2024. Not everyone will get their letters at the same time. Check your mail often. You can use any of the resources listed above for free help to understand your letters and do what they ask.
Respond to Your Renewal Letters
Go to KeepCovered.Oregon.gov to learn where you can get free help, or call 1-800-699-9075. If you need help and would like someone else to speak to the state about your OHP or other Medicaid benefits, you can have a family member or friend help you. They can be your “authorized representative.”
Take action today to keep your OHP or other Medicaid benefits. Make sure the state of Oregon has your current address and respond to any renewal letters right away. You can get free help with this process at KeepCovered.Oregon.gov or by calling 1-800-699-9075. If you need help, you can also have a family member or friend speak to the state on your behalf.