About us

At your service!

The Oregon Health Authority’s Community Partner Outreach Program (CPOP) has built a one-of-a-kind network of community partner organizations serving every county in Oregon.

Our mission is to engage communities across Oregon to advance an equitable, responsive health system, envisioning a strong and healthy Oregon.

What we do:

Our team focuses on developing and maintaining community and agency partnerships to assist Oregon’s most vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations with navigating and dismantling barriers to health coverage access.

Our Regional Outreach Coordinators (ROCs) train, support and certify community partners across 10 regions who help Oregonians apply for, enroll in and renew their health coverage.

Additionally, ROCs facilitate on-going partner collaboration and provide technical assistance. They are the critical bridge between the public and the state, collecting and sharing feedback to improve the health coverage system for all.

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Photo of a diverse group of people raising hands during a training session

Community Health Worker Training

CPOP is now able to provide Community Health Worker (CHW) training. This training has been approved as part of the CHW state certification process. This will be one more way in which our community partners will be equipped to help people beyond health coverage assistance and on their way to achieving better overall health and wellbeing.


Take a look at the many programs CPOP has led throughout the years. With every project, program, and person impacted, we get a little closer to a stronger, healthier Oregon.


Healthy Kids

Navigator Program under Cover Oregon

Navigator Program under the Oregon Health Plan

I’m healthy! / ¡Soy sano!

Senate Bill 558 / OHP now covers me!

Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) 2.0 transition

COVID-19 response, Protecting Oregon Farmworkers (POF) program. CPOP team expansion

Healthier Oregon Program

Grant program

Currently, we fund 32 organizations to help with enrollment into the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and assistance with navigating the health system. Outreach focuses on supporting communities that face disproportionate barriers in accessing health coverage and health care.

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