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I was just one of 2,000 Oregonians on Medicaid when I was diagnosed with COVID-19 in June 2016.
The state began rolling out Medicaid coverage in September 2016.
I had the opportunity to enroll in Medicaid on Oct. 1, 2017, but because of the COVID vaccine, I wasn’t eligible until Dec. 31, 2018.
I was one of the lucky ones.
I have been eligible for full Medicaid coverage for seven years and have been covered by the program since Dec. 2020.
Medicaid is a government program for low-income adults, which covers nearly 11 million Oregonians.
It is funded by taxes from the state and is administered by the Oregon Health Authority.
The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) pays providers the Medicaid reimbursements that they receive.
Oregon Medicaid has a wide array of benefits and benefits packages, including health care services, including home and nursing home care.
I am a registered nurse, but I did not receive my Medicaid card until October.
I didn’t get my Medicaid cards until October because I was a registered home health aide and my family was in an emergency.
I don’t have health insurance, but the plan covers me.
I did get a job offer at my previous employer and it is a job that I love.
I’ve been able to work part-time and take a break to care for my health.
But I also work part time to pay my bills and I’ve found that I don,t have the flexibility to have time to get a lot of things done.
I can’t afford to take a full-time job that would take up my whole paycheck.
It’s really hard to make ends meet and I have to balance things out by doing other things.
The plan has helped me stay on track financially, but Medicaid does not provide much for those with disabilities.
I cannot work as much as I would like, so I have less income and have less of an option for health insurance.
I’m a single mother who is on Social Security Disability and Medicaid.
Medicaid provides me with a monthly benefit of about $250 and helps cover my medical costs.
Medicaid covers me for a period of six months.
It covers the cost of rent and utilities.
I also get a monthly health benefit.
My benefits are capped at about $500 a month.
I qualify for Medicaid because I am eligible for federal assistance for my income and my ability to pay for my own care.
My insurance is for a COVID vaccination, but not for COVID treatment or medication.
If I am in an accident, COVID is not covered.
If my COVID exposure happens while I am working, I would not qualify for health coverage under Medicaid.
My family and I live in a small, two-bedroom apartment in Portland.
We pay about $1,400 a month for rent.
The landlord is paying about $450 a month and has not paid us a dime in rent.
I do not know if my insurance will cover me.
Medicaid pays for a range of benefits, but if I am on a fixed income, my benefits will be cut.
I want to have enough money to get out of my current situation.
My mother and I are on a disability insurance plan for $3,200 a month, but we don’t qualify for the Medicaid benefits.
Medicaid will pay for everything else, including rent, utilities, child care, health insurance and other items.
I just want to be able to go to work and get back to my normal life.
I need to know if I will qualify for some other benefit or help.
My parents work two jobs, but they are not eligible for unemployment or disability insurance benefits.
My mom works as a nursing assistant.
My father works as an electrician and has worked full- or part-timers for years.
He also has health insurance through his job.
The family lives in a trailer, which is a trailer with a kitchen, living room and bathroom.
The trailer is located in a community about an hour from Portland, Oregon, about 45 miles (80 kilometers) from the nearest city.
I live with my mother and my sister, who lives in Portland and works at the Portland Community College District, which manages Medicaid.
We live in one of two apartments in the community, one of which has a small pool, pool table and pool table.
My sister and I use the small pool for pooling and bathing.
My brother lives in the same apartment.
He has a job as a mechanic.
I work parttime to support my family and do other tasks for myself, such as cleaning, yard work and grocery shopping.
I spend about $300 a month on rent.
Medicaid reimburses us for about $400 of the rent.
My Medicaid benefits are paid monthly and I pay about 40 percent of the cost.
I get a $200 monthly benefit that covers all of my medical expenses and includes coverage for food, clothing, rent and car insurance.
Medicaid also pays