COVID-19 Vaccination Info
COVID-19 vaccines are available at many locations across Deschutes County for anyone 12 or older. Parental or guardian consent is required to vaccinate people 12–14 years old, but this consent does not require that a parent or guardian be present during vaccination. To find out more info on the COVID-19 vaccine or to find appointment times visit: https://www.deschutes.org/health/page/covid-19-vaccine
Updated information regarding rent unpaid during COVID-19, grace period extension for the eviction moratorium and tenant protections.
Search national list to see if your rental is covered by the Federal Eviction Moratorium.
ProPublica database of rentals and dates when moratoriums expire based on state and location.
A payment has been processed, a payment date is available and payment is to be sent either by direct deposit or mail. Note: mail means you may be issued an EIP Card or a check.
You are eligible, but a payment has not been processed and a payment date is not available.
Payment Status Not Available:
If you get this message, either they have not yet processed your payment, or you are not eligible for a payment. They will continue to send the 2021 Economic Impact Payment to eligible individuals throughout 2021.
Need More Information:
If you get this message, your payment was returned to the IRS because the post office was unable to deliver it.
To have your payment reissued as a direct deposit, you can provide a routing and account number for a:
-Prepaid debit card (must be reloadable; contact the card issuer for information)
-Alternative financial products that have a routing and account number associated with them
If you don’t provide account information, they can’t reissue your payment until your address is updated. See ‘My address has changed or is incorrect. What can I do to change or correct it to receive my payment?’
If you do not usually need to file for taxes (e.g. on disability/no income) you will need to submit a "free file" so the government knows where to send your check.
SNAP Benefit Increases
Oregon Department of Human Services will increase SNAP benefits for all households that do not currently get the maximum benefit for both April and May 2020. See flyer for benefit maximums to see if you will be getting additional payments.
Oregon Health Plan (OHP)
If you are currently an Oregon Health Plan member, you will not lost benefits during this national emergency. Your federal stipend will not change your eligibility. You can get your prescriptions by mail (see flyer for more details). If you have lost income or otherwise need to apply for OHP you can use the online application (one.oregon.gov) or call us at 541-728-1022.