Get help from the Outreach, Enrollment, and Access team:

Complete a consent form and send to OEA in English, Spanish / Español, or other languages (external link).

Call or Fax: 503-345-7031


On-site assistance at the Beaverton Resource Center (13565 SW Walker Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005). Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9am to 1pm, by appointment.

Assistance is available in English, Spanish / Español, and Arabic /عربى

How It Works

An important part of our mission is working to get everyone who qualifies enrolled in and able to use their health insurance.

In January of 2015, a pilot program was started to provide health insurance enrollment services and outreach to families qualified for Medicaid, or in Oregon, Oregon Health Plan (OHP). Three months in, the pilot program had helped over 3,000 people apply for Medicaid.

The pilot eventually became the Outreach, Enrollment, and Access program (OEA), which enrolls more families in Medicaid and Health Insurance Marketplace plans than any other enrollment organization in Oregon.

Health insurance can be difficult to navigate, which is why the OEA team put a special focus on low-income people who may not realize they qualify for health insurance, face too many barriers to sign up without help, or in many cases, both.

The OEA team of certified application assisters helps families and individuals enroll in Oregon Health Plan and Health Insurance Marketplace plans at multiple sites in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties.

Assistance doesn’t stop once the application is submitted. The OEA team also guides applicants in using their benefits and staying covered.