Oregon Project Independence (OPI) provides services for frail people 60 years of age and older to enable them to continue to live in their homes.  Services are directed to folks who are at risk of institutionalization and who do not qualify for Medicaid.  The goals of the program are to promote quality of life, provide assistance with activities of daily living, and to prevent inappropriate or premature institutionalization.

Services include:

Home care and personal care

 (bathing, dressing, shopping, housecleaning, meal preparation, etc.)

Home-delivered meals

Minor home modifications

Options Counseling

Information and Assistance

Case management

Depending upon household income and qualified medical expenses, an hourly co-payment may be required.