If you’re wondering whether you qualify for the Oregon Health Plan, we can help. The information below can help you decide your next step.

Who is eligible for OHP?

You and your family can have OHP if you:

  • Live in Oregon
  • Meet OHP's income limits
Examples of income limits that qualify (as of March 2019):

Adults (age 19-64) in households that earn up to:
  • $1,436 a month for a single person
  • $1,945 for a family of two
  • $2,961 for a family of four
Children (age 0-18) in households that earn up to:
  • $4,298 a month for a family of two
  • $6,545 for a family of four
Pregnant women in households that earn up to:
  • $2,677 a month for a single person
  • $4,077 for a family of four 
  • $5,477 for a family of six
Other facts also help decide who can have OHP. Examples include age, other health care resources and disability status. The best way to find out if you can have OHP is to apply.



Adults

OHP is available to adults who earn up to 138 percent of the Federal Poverty Level, as described above.

Children

OHP is available to kids and teens (0-18) whose family earns up to 300 percent of the Federal Poverty Level, as described above.

Immigration status

If you have a child under age 19, they can be covered regardless of immigration status. Visit OHP Now Covers Me.

Pregnancy

If you are pregnant, you may qualify for the Oregon Health Plan right now. Find an event where a person will help you enroll, go online, or call OHP at 800-699-9075 (TTY 711).