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How do you qualify to receive Medicaid in Oregon?

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Medicaid in Oregon, the Oregon Health Plan, serves single adults earning up to approximately $16,100, or $32,900 for four-member families annually, states the Oregon Health Authority. Children, pregnant and disabled individuals may also qualify.

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Other Medicaid programs under the Oregon Health Plan include Children Healthy Kids, for children 18 or younger in a family of two earning up to approximately $46,600 or $82,000 for five-member families, explains the Oregon Health Authority. OHP Plus serves adults between the ages of 19 and 64, and OHP Plus Supplemental serves pregnant women who are 21 or older. OHP with Limited Drug serves adults who qualify for Medicaid and Medicare Part D. Oregon offers additional medical programs such as Citizen Alien Waived Emergent Medical and Qualified Medicare Beneficiary.

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