Resources for Families
Healthy Kids is free or low-cost health care coverage for Oregon children who don’t have health insurance. Click on the picture above to visit their website.
Free Dental Care for uninsured children:
The Children's Program is a program that The Oregon Educators Benefit Board (OEBB) and ODS created in partnership with Willamette Dental, Kaiser and Oregon dentists to ensure that uninsured children in the State of Oregon have access to dental care. The program will provide basic dental services for children between the ages of 5 and 15 years old who reside in Oregon and are not covered under any dental plan (OHP is a dental plan). The referral and enrollment process will be a collaborative effort with the school districts and county health department. Referrals can be made by district nurses or Sacagawea Health Center at 503.366.7645 or Health Services at 503.366.7695 or 503.366.7684 .
Free Vision Care Sight for Student Program:
Free eye care and eyewear available to needy children through its Sight for Student Program. The program operates nationally through a network of community partners. Family income is no more then 200% of the federal poverty level. Child is not enrolled in Medicad or other vision insurance. Child must be 18 years old or younger and has nto graduated from high school. Sacagawea Health Center at 503.366.7645
Need help paying for medications or are you without
Prescription drug coverage? Enroll in the state’s FREE
Prescription Drug Program. Call #1-800-913-4161 toll free or
Visit http://www.opdp.org/ to sign up online.
Medical Insurance – Oregon Health Plan Standard (OHP):
Tired of not having HEALTH COVERAGE? Visit the OHP
Standard reservation list Web site @ www.oregon.gov/DHS/open
and enter your information. Or call 1-800-699-9075.
Need help finding community resources or referral?
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about health and human services resources.
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