- Ancillary Coverages - Includes annual notifications of Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options and Your Health Coverage, Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIPS) offer Free or Low-Cost Health Coverage to Children and Families and Notice of Special Enrollment Rights.
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How does health insurance work?
Health insurance always starts with payment of the monthly premium. Employees pay their share of the monthly premium allowing access to the insurance plan. Premiums are taken from employee paychecks through the payroll process. Individuals covered by the plan visit physicians, pharmacies, etc. as needed and pay toward their plan's deductible. A deductible is the amount of money covered individuals pay for treatment before the insurance plan begins to share in the cost. After the deductible is paid, covered individuals and the insurance company each pay a percentage of medical treatment. The individual pays a percentage of each treatment up to an annual out-of-pocket maximum amount. The out-of-pocket maximum is the most an individual is potentially asked to pay in a year. It always includes the medical deductible, but does not include premiums or pharmacy deductibles/out-of-pocket maximums.
2024 Health Insurance:
The following insurance information is for employees that are Non Represented, Courthouse Bargaining Unit, Road Bargaining Unit, Solid Waste Bargaining Unit and Correction Officers and Support Staff.
Inland Empire Teamsters Trust
Initial Eligibility will be established when the employer has submitted contributions on behalf of an employee for TWO months within a nine-month period. Upon receipt of the second month of employer contributions, the Trust Office will notify the newly eligible participant with enrollment information, and coverage will be effective retroactive to the first day of the month in which the second month of contributions were received. Eligibility requires 80 working hours per month.
An employee will become ineligible on the last day of a calendar month during which he or she fails to meet the above eligibility requirements. If you become ineligible you may qualify for COBRA benefits, which is a temporary extension of coverage under the Trust. Additional information can be found regarding COBRA benefits on page 57 of the Trust Guide Booklet below.
Inland Empire Teamsters Trust Guide Booklet : The guide booklet contains detailed information regarding medical, dental, vision, time loss, life and accidental death and dismemberment benefits. Please be sure to review the IETT Updates to Guide Booklet below, regarding updated coverages and benefits from the Trust.
IETT Updates to Guide Booklet: There is multiple updates to the guide booklet, these are in order from most recent to oldest.
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Dental Summary of Benefits
Vision Summary of Benefits
Contact Information of Plan Administrative Agent/Sponsor/Fiduciary
Rehn & Associates, Inc.
PO Box 5433
Spokane, WA 99205
(509) 534-0600 Local
(800) 872-8979 Toll Free
(509) 535-7883 Fax
Participant Website: teamsterbenefits.com
Hours of Operations: Monday through Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm, Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
2024 WCIF Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
The following insurance information is for the members of the Deputy Sheriff Association.
2024 WCIF Enrollment Guides
The following enrollment guides contain information regarding ancillary coverages offered through WCIF.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - 800-777-4114
First Choice Health - Free and Confidential services with 24/7 Access
Access to convenient PRIVATE, VIRTUAL SERVICES - anytime, anywhere!
EAP website: https://www.fchn.com/Members/EAP
Contact EAP for support with:
Family Support Services: Crisis Support, Parenting Resources, Child and Eldercare, Education Planning and Referral Services
Health Services: Wellness Promotion, Health Risk Assessments, Anxiety/Depression, Drug/Alcohol Issues, Nurse Line
Life Changes: Home Ownership, Legal Advice, Financial Advice, ID Theft and Fraud Resolution