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OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON ELIGIBILITY (ONE)
Oregon Eligibility (ONE) provides an online application portal for the following public assistance programs in the state of Oregon: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/food stamps), Oregon Health Plan (OHP), Employment Related Daycare (ERDC), and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Applicants need only submit one application to be considered for all programs for which they are eligible.
500 Summer Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Eligibility requirements vary by program and depend on household size and household income. Refer to Federal Poverty Level (FPL) chart for details.
Hours: Online Application: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ONE Customer Service Center: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
OHP IN-PERSON APPLICATION ASSISTANCE
Find an expert who will provide in-person assistance enrolling in health insurance. "Health Insurance Agents" are experts that help people enroll in private health insurance offered on the Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace (OHIM). "Community Partners" (also known as 'assisters') help people enroll in OHP.
500 Summer Street NE
E-49
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Varies by service
Hours: Varies by agent or agency
ARISE AND SHINE
WELLNESS SERVICES
Assists immigrant, refugee, and community members to overcome barriers in seeking physical and mental health services by providing support and navigating resources. Provides information and assistance with applying for Oregon Health Plan (OHP), individual counseling and mentoring, as well as peer-to-peer support. Group nutritional and exercise classes are also available. Provides personal hygiene products and will occasionally provide clothing when available.
18901 E Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Unrestricted with a focus on African immigrants and Refugees
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-8pm
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF BAKER COUNTY
SENIOR SERVICES
Provides various programs for low-income older adults and adults with disabilities, including:
-A Senior Center offering information and referral for older adults and adults with disabilities such as, legal aid resources.
-Congregate meals and Meals on Wheels
-In home care that assists with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, cooking, and shopping
-Assistance with Medicaid and Medicare
-Transportation assistance
-Health clinics that assess for blood pressure and provide flu shots and foot care
-Gatekeeper Alert Program
2810 Cedar Street
Baker City, OR 97814
Eligibility: Low-income adults age 60 and older and adults with disabilities
Meals: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-12:30pm
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF GRANT COUNTY
SENIOR SERVICES
Provides various programs for low-income older adults and adults with disabilities, including:
-A Senior Center offering information and referral for older adults and adults with disabilities, such as legal aid resources
-Congregate meals and Meals on Wheels
-In home care that assists with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, cooking, and shopping
-Assistance with Medicaid and Medicare
-Transportation assistance
-Health clinics that assess for blood pressure and provide flu shots and foot care
-Gatekeeper Alert Program
530 E. Main Street
Suite 6
John Day, OR 97845
Eligibility: Low-income adults age 60 and older and adults with disabilities
Meals: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-12:30pm
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF UNION COUNTY
SENIOR SERVICES
Provides various programs for low-income older adults and adults with disabilities, including:
-A Senior Center offering information and referral for older adults and adults with disabilities, such as legal aid resources
-Congregate meals and Meals on Wheels
-In home care that assists with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, cooking, and shopping
-Assistance with Medicaid and Medicare
-Transportation assistance
-Health clinics that assess for blood pressure and provide flu shots and foot care
-Gatekeeper Alert Program
1504 Albany Street
La Grande, OR 978502621
Eligibility: Low-income adults age 60 and older and adults with disabilities
Meals: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-12:30pm
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF WALLOWA COUNTY
SENIOR SERVICES
Provides various programs for low-income older adults and adults with disabilities, including:
-A Senior Center offering information and referral for older adults and adults with disabilities, such as legal aid resources
-Congregate meals and Meals on Wheels
-In home care that assists with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, cooking, and shopping
-Assistance with Medicaid and Medicare
-Transportation assistance
-Health clinics that assess for blood pressure and provide flu shots and foot care
-Gatekeeper Alert Program
702 NW 1st Street
Enterprise, OR 97828
Eligibility: Low-income adults age 60 and older and adults with disabilities
Meals: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-12:30pm
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
NUTRITION HUB
Provides access to community services where community members can come in and sign up for WIC, SNAP, Oregon Health Plan benefits, and educational youth classes focusing on health and nutrition. Fresh produce is sometimes available during the summer months.
115 N 10th Street
Administration Office
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: Varies by service
Hours: Nutrition Hub: Monday/Wednesday/Friday noon-5pm
Visit the website or call for the current class schedule
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MEDICAID
Trained community partners can help you fill out an application for OHP.
1108 SW 4th Street
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Age 19-64 and low income households
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
TOTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY CLINIC
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
Assist community members in applying for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Medicaid.
180 Atwater Street N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: No standard hours, by appointment only.
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
WEST SALEM ADULT MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
Assist community members in applying for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Medicaid.
1245 Edgewater Street NW
Salem, OR 97304
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: No standard hours, by appointment only.
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
WEST SALEM CLINIC
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
Assist community members in applying for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Medicaid.
1233 Edgewater Street NW
Salem, OR 97304
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: No standard hours, by appointment only.
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
WEST SALEM DENTAL CLINIC
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
Assist community members in applying for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Medicaid.
1257 Second Street NW
Salem, OR 97304
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: No standard hours, by appointment only.
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS PASS AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
2101 NW Hawthorne Street
Sujite A
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
MEDFORD DISABILITY SERVICES OFFICE
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
28 W 6th Street
Suite D
Medford, OR 975010063
Eligibility: Adults with disabilities under the age of 65. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
MEDFORD SENIOR SERVICES OFFICE
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Area agency on aging that provides a comprehensive system of care for older adults and people with disabilities that promotes choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, congregate and home-delivered meals, employment, legal services, home health care, case management, Oregon Project Independence (OPI), gatekeeper program, pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible older adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigates incidents of abuse involving older adults and people with disabilities who are living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.

This location also inspects and licenses adult foster homes in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
2860 State Street
Medford, OR 975048474
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Area agency on aging that provides a comprehensive system of care for older adults and people with disabilities that promotes choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, congregate and home-delivered meals, employment, legal services, home health care, case management, Oregon Project Independence (OPI), gatekeeper program, pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible older adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigates incidents of abuse involving older adults and people with disabilities who are living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.

This location also inspects and licenses adult foster homes in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
155 N 1st Street
Central Point, OR 97502
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Disability Services Office provides a comprehensive system of care for people with disabilities that promote choice, independence, and dignity. Determines eligibility for SNAP/food stamps and Medicaid. Services include in-home care services, community living, home-delivered meals, case management, Oregon Project Independence Pilot (PWD), pre-admission screening for nursing homes, foster homes, health promotion programs, and residential and nursing home care for Medicaid-eligible adults with disabilities. Offers support for primary caregivers, family members caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

Adult protective services investigate incidents of abuse involving older adults age 65 and over and/or adults 18 or older with physical disabilities living in a facility or in their own homes and provides a phone line to report abuse or neglect of older adults and adults with disabilities.
1150 NE 9th Street
Grants Pass, OR 975261635
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities. Other eligibility requirements vary by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES
MEDICAID.GOV
Federal website providing information about Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and the Basic Health Program (BHP).
7500 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21244
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Not applicable
WASHINGTON STATE AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION
KELSO HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
IN-HOME AND HCB WAIVER PROGRAMS
Manages state assistance programs that help participants pay for attendant care and non-care related assistance services designed to help older adults and people with disabilities remain independent.
Assistance may be provided in any of three settings:
-Participant's home
-Assisted living facility
- Adult family home
Community First Choice
-Provides attendant care and non-care related assistance services to older adults who would otherwise require nursing home placement
-Program participants can choose from whom they receive care services, including hiring family members as care providers
Community Options Program Entry System (COPES)
-Generally provided to clients who are also enrolled in Community First Choice
Medicaid Personal Care
-Provides personal care services for clients who do not require nursing-home-level care
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
-Offers all services through one provider.
-PACE can be funded either through Medicaid, Medicare or private-pay.
New Freedom
-Participants manage their own service plan and budget and take primary responsibility for obtaining services.
Medicaid Transformation Demonstration Medicaid Alternative Care (MAC)
-Supports unpaid caregivers of Medicaid recipients over the age of 55 Targeted Supports for Older Adults (TSOA)
-Supports older adults over the age of 55 who do not receive Medicaid Participants enrolled in one of the in-home care programs may also qualify for other forms of support including assistive technology and personal emergency response systems.
711 Vine Street
Kelso, WA 98626
Eligibility: Focuses on the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.
Eligibility for the different programs depends on both on the care needs and the financial resources of the applicant.
In general: Monthly income for the individual applying for services must be less than $7,304.
Countable resources (not including a house the client lives in or a car they use for transportation, or a fund or trust) must be below:
- $2,000 for one adult
- $57,547 for a couple
- $123,600 for a couple when one is in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.
Clients whose resources exceed the resource limit may still be eligible if they expect to meet the limit within one month of applying for the subsidy.
Client must have an unmet need for assistance with two or more activities of daily living, or have a cognitive impairment and need assistance with one or more activity of daily living.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION
STEVENSON HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
IN-HOME AND HCB WAIVER PROGRAMS
Manages state assistance programs that help participants pay for attendant care and non-care related assistance services designed to help older adults and people with disabilities remain independent.
Assistance may be provided in any of three settings:
-Participant's home
-Assisted living facility
- Adult family home
Community First Choice
-Provides attendant care and non-care related assistance services to older adults who would otherwise require nursing home placement
-Program participants can choose from whom they receive care services, including hiring family members as care providers
Community Options Program Entry System (COPES)
-Generally provided to clients who are also enrolled in Community First Choice
Medicaid Personal Care
-Provides personal care services for clients who do not require nursing-home-level care
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
-Offers all services through one provider.
-PACE can be funded either through Medicaid, Medicare or private-pay.
New Freedom
-Participants manage their own service plan and budget and take primary responsibility for obtaining services.
Medicaid Transformation Demonstration Medicaid Alternative Care (MAC)
-Supports unpaid caregivers of Medicaid recipients over the age of 55 Targeted Supports for Older Adults (TSOA)
-Supports older adults over the age of 55 who do not receive Medicaid Participants enrolled in one of the in-home care programs may also qualify for other forms of support including assistive technology and personal emergency response systems.
266 SW 2nd Street
Stevenson, WA 98648
Eligibility: Focuses on the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.
Eligibility for the different programs depends on both on the care needs and the financial resources of the applicant.
In general: Monthly income for the individual applying for services must be less than $7,304.
Countable resources (not including a house the client lives in or a car they use for transportation, or a fund or trust) must be below:
- $2,000 for one adult
- $57,547 for a couple
- $123,600 for a couple when one is in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.
Clients whose resources exceed the resource limit may still be eligible if they expect to meet the limit within one month of applying for the subsidy.
Client must have an unmet need for assistance with two or more activities of daily living, or have a cognitive impairment and need assistance with one or more activity of daily living.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION
VANCOUVER HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
IN-HOME AND HCB WAIVER PROGRAMS
Manages state assistance programs that help participants pay for attendant care and non-care related assistance services designed to help older adults and people with disabilities remain independent.
Assistance may be provided in any of three settings:
-Participant's home
-Assisted living facility
- Adult family home
Community First Choice
-Provides attendant care and non-care related assistance services to older adults who would otherwise require nursing home placement
-Program participants can choose from whom they receive care services, including hiring family members as care providers
Community Options Program Entry System (COPES)
-Generally provided to clients who are also enrolled in Community First Choice
Medicaid Personal Care
-Provides personal care services for clients who do not require nursing-home-level care
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
-Offers all services through one provider.
-PACE can be funded either through Medicaid, Medicare or private-pay.
New Freedom
-Participants manage their own service plan and budget and take primary responsibility for obtaining services.
Medicaid Transformation Demonstration Medicaid Alternative Care (MAC)
-Supports unpaid caregivers of Medicaid recipients over the age of 55 Targeted Supports for Older Adults (TSOA)
-Supports older adults over the age of 55 who do not receive Medicaid Participants enrolled in one of the in-home care programs may also qualify for other forms of support including assistive technology and personal emergency response systems.
800 NE 136th Avenue
Suite 220
Vancouver, WA 98684
Eligibility: Focuses on the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.
Eligibility for the different programs depends on both on the care needs and the financial resources of the applicant.
In general: Monthly income for the individual applying for services must be less than $7,304.
Countable resources (not including a house the client lives in or a car they use for transportation, or a fund or trust) must be below:
- $2,000 for one adult
- $57,547 for a couple
- $123,600 for a couple when one is in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.
Clients whose resources exceed the resource limit may still be eligible if they expect to meet the limit within one month of applying for the subsidy.
Client must have an unmet need for assistance with two or more activities of daily living, or have a cognitive impairment and need assistance with one or more activity of daily living.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
Answers questions for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients on billing, nearest service providers, how to use Medicaid, what services are covered (including transportation benefits), scope of care, and how to access services. Information on managed care plans, enrollment, and specialized referrals. Also has a line to report suspected Medicaid Fraud.
626 8th Avenue SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Eligibility: Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-5pm
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON ELIGIBILITY (ONE)
OREGON STATE DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
OHP IN-PERSON APPLICATION ASSISTANCE
ARISE AND SHINE
WELLNESS SERVICES
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
SENIOR SERVICES
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
SENIOR SERVICES
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
SENIOR SERVICES
COMMUNITY CONNECTION OF NORTHEAST OREGON
SENIOR SERVICES
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
NUTRITION HUB
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MEDICAID
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON HEALTH PLAN ENROLLEMENT
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ROGUE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
AGING AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES