OHAC, the Oregon Health Action Campaign, is hosting a free training in Clackmas/Oregon City for people who want to learn about State sponsored health plans. Participants will learn about qualifications and enrollment options for The Oregon Health Plan, (OHP), Healthy Kids and other health access programs. These programs exist to serve low and moderate Oregon residents.
The training on Wednesday, October 6th, 11 AM – 2 PM, At the Woolworth Building, 33 North Central Avenue, Medford, Oregon 97501
The goal of this training is to help people better understand eligibility and apply for these health plans. Participants will also learn how to navigate Oregon Health Plan enrollment barriers and the latest information on Healthy Kids.
The training is free, but advance registration is required. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-754-2934.
About the Oregon Health Action Campaign:
OHAC, the Oregon Health Action Campaign, is a non-profit organization committed to empowering consumers in making health care decisions. OHAC has a 25-year history of educating consumers and advocating for the development and implementation of quality, affordable, accessible health care for all Oregonians.
OHAC works statewide and in local communities, with organizations and individuals, in coalition and collaboration, to increase the number of people receiving health services as well as improving access for the uninsured, low-income and vulnerable Oregonians.?
Event Location: Woolworth Building, 33 North Central Avenue, Medford, Oregon 97501?
Event Contact Information: Dianne Rushcamp, 503/784-2934, email@example.com,