OREGON STATE DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
CWM AND CWM PRENATAL
Healthier Oregon provides full health care benefits for non-citizens, including immigrants and refugees with different immigration statuses.

CWM (Citizen Waived Medical) insurance covers emergency medical service only. Defined as those that could place the client's health in serious jeopardy, result in serious impairment to bodily function, and/or serious dysfunction of any organ or body part.

CWM Prenatal insurance covers prenatal care and labor and birth services, as well as emergency services. Coverage now includes abortions and postpartum care up to one year after pregnancy ends.
500 Summer Street NE
E-49
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Healthier Oregon: Adults 19-25 or 55 and older who currently aren't eligible for full OHP because of their immigration status with a household income at or below 138%. Must live in Oregon but citizenship and legal residency are not required.

CWM: Adults between the ages of 26-54 with a household income at or below 138%. Must live in Oregon but citizenship and legal residency are not required.

CWM Prenatal: Pregnant women with a household income at or below 185%. Must live in Oregon but citizenship and legal residency are not required.
Hours: Website: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Administration: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (503) 945-5772 Administration
  • (800) 527-5772 Toll-free
  • (800) 699-9075 OHP Customer Service
FEES: None
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Visit the website for information and to apply for CWM benefits.
Can also use website to locate an in-person assistor (Navigator) to help you apply for coverage.
DOCUMENTS: Call or visit website for information
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish. Online applications available in English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
AREA SERVED: State of Oregon
SITE HOURS: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Services:
  • Medicaid * Undocumented People
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OREGON STATE DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS