The Sharing Healthcare Options Program (SHOP) is here to help you sign up for free or low-cost health insurance. Many of our clients qualify for OHP (Oregon Health Plan, Oregon’s free Medicaid coverage), but if you are over the income cutoff, SHOP staff can also provide assistance with purchasing private insurance through www.healthcare.gov. We will answer your questions, help you submit your application, and track its progress until you actually have coverage.

Walk-In Hours

Tuesday: Walk-ins: 10-4 pm
Wednesday: Walk-ins: 10-4 pm
Thursday: Walk-ins: 10-4 pm
Friday: Walk-ins: 10-4 pm

Appointments outside of walk-in hours are available by request. Call for an appointment.

Program staff also conduct outreach activities and presentations at community venues and events—see our hours below.

Community Outreach Hours

MONDAY

  • Catholic Community Services of Lane County, Inc. (CCS): 945 W 7th Ave, Eugene – Mondays, 9 – 11am (last Monday of each month)
  • Department Of Human Services: 101 30th St, Springfield – Mondays and Fridays, 1-3pm

TUESDAY

  • Eugene Mission: 1542 W 1st Ave, Eugene – Tuesdays, 8-10am
  • Cottage Grove LCC – 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 10-1pm

THURSDAY

  • Department Of Human Services: 2885 Chad Dr, Eugene – Thursdays, 12-2pm
  • White Bird Medical: 1400 Mill Street, Thursdays from 10:30am-2:30pm

FRIDAY

  • Community Court: 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene Public Library, Friday 11-2pm
  • Department Of Human Services: 101 30th St, Springfield – Mondays and Fridays, 1-3pm

 

Mail Service Available

We provide free mail service to assist with the process of receiving documentation related to benefits enrollment for our homeless clients in the Front Rooms program.

Contact Information

Location: 323 E 12th Ave, Eugene OR 97401
Phone: 541-342-1295
Email: Click Here
Fax: 541-342-8255

Details

Fees: None
ADA Accessible: Yes
Appointment: Yes
Childcare: You are welcome to bring your children with you to your appointment if need be.
Eligibility: Everyone is welcome to contact us to learn more about their health insurance options, although our focus is on low-income individuals.
FAQ: FAQ

Information to Bring With You

Please bring the following information with you (about everyone in your household):

  • Birth date(s)
  • Policy number(s) and plan name(s) for any current health insurance
  • Information about health coverage available at work
  • Social Security number(s), if you have them
  • Immigration document(s), if you have them
  • Email address(es), if you have them
  • Employer and income information

Interpretation Services Available

We provide free interpreter services.