Free Assistance in Applying for the Oregon Health Plan

We speak both English and Spanish!

 

We are at the following locations:

Clatsop County:
At the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council (LCHC)

Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
(818 Commercial St #100, Astoria)

At the Department of Human Services (DHS)

Monday from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm & Wednesday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.
(450 Marine Drive Ste #200, Astoria)

 

Columbia County:
At the Columbia Community Mental Health (CCMH)

Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.
(58646 McNulty Way, St. Helens)

Did you receive a renewal or closure notice?  We can help with that!

Call us to schedule an appointment

Gudelia Contreras
Outreach & Enrollment Specialist
818 Commercial St. Ste 100
Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: 503-325-4547
Direct Line: 503-325-4160
Gudelia@lchispaniccouncil.org

Information to bring with you:

You need the information of all the people in your household

Social Security Number of all of the applicants who are applying

Resident card number of all of the applicants who are applying

Date of birth of all of the applicants who are applying

Income stubs of all of the applicants who are applying

Information about any health insurance you have through employment (if applicable)


Health Workshops

Overall Goal

To improve the health of the Hispanic community in Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook County, through educational workshops, encouraging healthy behaviors, and providing direct services.


Organization Activity

In the past, we have collaborated with Providence Seaside Hospital and assisted with referrals to their emergency dental van program three times a year; typically the month of March, August, and October. Over the years we have facilitated referrals for dozens of families. To learn more about the Dental Van service or schedule an appointment, please contact Providence Seaside Hospital at (503) 717-7000 and ask for Mackenna Taylor, mackenna.taylor@providence.org.

Through our advisory committee (La Voz de la Comunidad) we receive guidance on the types health workshops and events needed in the community. We have offered cancer awareness workshops and have held women’s health, men’s health and fitness education events. We also work closely with local partners to promote community health fairs and fun and healthy activities like runs and canoeing among the Hispanic community. We believe that by focusing on prevention efforts, we can achieve greater impact and optimal health.

For information on coming health workshops, please contact our office at

(503) 325-4547.