Oregon Consumer Resources
Oregon residents – if you are looking for state resources, you have come to the right page. We have compiled a comprehensive list of informative links to help you on any search you may have, whether it concerns state agencies, legal resources, financial, educational, health, or employment.
Below is the list of links, along with a summary about what each one has to offer. Any necessary contact information is also included.
Attorney General – This website has plenty to offer any resident in Oregon. You can log onto the scam alert network to view common scams in your area. Protect your children by visiting the sex offender registry to see who is in your area. Report a crime or request for public records. Consumers can call the support hotline at 877-877-9392.
Insurance Division – The Insurance Division of Oregon is in place to protect consumers and ensure that insurance companies are operating within law. As a consumer, you can research different types of insurance and coverage. Get information on companies and agents. You can also speak to a consumer advocate at (503) 947-7984.
Public Utilities Commission – Get information on public utility service providers through this website. The division ensures that they are giving consumer reasonably priced services and operating within the law. You can get news on energy programs and different developing cases.
Small Claims Court – Get information on small claims courts without ever having to leave our webpage. Learn about court cost limits, attorney requirements, and appeals processes. You can also read about special provisions within Oregon law. Pursuing a small claims court case has never been so easy.
Lemon Law – If you have recently purchased a lemon in Oregon, this article will provide you with the information you need to pursue your claim. Get an overview of Oregon’s lemon laws. Read our article for step by step processes to take to get into the right car. Numbers to the Oregon Department of Justice are also available.
Department of Education – This department encompasses all of Oregon’s education system. Read about educational programs and events. Get information on financing and higher education options. Links to local libraries and services are also available.
Financial Services – This website provides accounting processes for the department. You can get information on financial management. View economic reports and analyses. Find out more about licenses, permits, and registrations. Or call the office directly at (503) 986-3900.
Oregon Health Plan – Read about Oregon’s healthcare programs through this website. Get information on health providers or apply for Medicaid. Learn about different health coverage benefits. You can even subscribe online for updates.
Oregon Health Coverage – Apply for health coverage at this link. Find out if you’re eligible. Get information on how to apply. You can get additional details through links on the webpage. The OHP Application Center is also available at 800-3539-9517.
Oregon Identity Theft Protection Act – Learn about the legislature passed to protect consumers against identity theft. Read about the details of the law, and how to obtain a security freeze. Discover what you can do if you are an identity theft victim. You can contact the Identity Theft Program Outreach coordinator at (503) 947-7423.
Employment Department – Visit the employment department to find job opportunities that match careers you are looking for. You can get information on unemployment tax and benefits. Get job market help. Employers can visit links to help support their business and promote employment.
Employment Department Job Listings – This site helps job seekers regain employment or improve their current employment prospects. View job search resources, or find a job through iMatchSkills links. Get information on job fairs and events.
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