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Stretch Your SNAP Funds at Farmers’ Markets

If you receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, you can shop at Portland’s farmers’ markets. Most accept SNAP/EBT cards, and many will even give you an extra incentive, such as $1 of extra tokens when you spend $1. (Many farmer’s markets will match up to $5 of your purchases, but some will match more.) Read More >

Need a Ride To Care? We Have You Covered.

OHP coverage includes non-emergency transportation (NEMT) for members with no other means of getting to appointments. In the Tri-County Area, a new Ride To Care service will take over non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) on January 1, 2015. Read More >

No More Cavities! Here’s How

Regular brushing and flossing can help prevent dental problems, but the teeth in the back of the mouth—the molars—may need extra protection. A dental sealant in children and adolescents can reduce cavities by 86 percent in the first year. With appropriate follow-up care, the success rate of sealants may be 80-90 percent, even after a decade! Read More >

Faces of FamilyCare: Meet Jorge, Provider Navigator II

Our Provider Navigator II Jorge had to undergo shoulder surgery in his early 20s. That's just one reason he's so committed to his job at FamilyCare, where he started working in 2011. “When I come across shoulder injuries and start reading into the notes, it just takes me back,” says Jorge. Read More >

Time to Stop Drinking? Get Sobriety Support

FamilyCare understands that many people have a complicated relationship with alcohol. Our Chemical Dependency Coordinators are trained to answer questions about alcohol use and help members get the support they need. Read More >

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