Local 932 participates in the Harrison Electrical Workers Trust family healthcare plan. In addittion to family medical, dental, and vision coverage, there are additional benefits included in the plan. Some of these benefits incluse wellness resources (listed below), and paid maternity leave benefits for employees.
Building Trades National Medical Screening Program
Free Screenings for former construction workers of department of energy (DOE/AEC). Call us at 1-800-866-9663.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Cascade Centers provides benefits to ALL Trust memebers - even if covered by the Providence or Kaiser medical plans. The EAP is a confidential resource staffed by professional counselors to help you and your family members with personal concerns like:
The EAP also offers:
You and covered family members are each allowed 3 face-to-face, phone, or online counseling sessions per year at no cost to you.
Free Resources for You and Your Family
The Harrison Trust provides you and your covered family members the following benefits AT NO COST TO YOU - regardless of which medical plan you're in (Trust, Providence or Kaiser).
We encourage you to take advantage of the support they offer.
Nurse Help Line
The Harrison Trust provides the Nurse Help Line to help You obtain reliable personal advice about Your health so You can make good health care decisions.
The Nurse Help Line is a toll-free phone service, staffed by registered nurses. No phone trees or automated information - but real medical professionals to help You get answers to Your health care questions. It's available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Using Physician-approved guidelines, the Nurse Help Line's registered nurses help You sort through symptoms to find out what kind of help or information You need or what You need to do. Call when:
For help, call (800) 971-2680. Registered nurses will answer your call. The nurse will ask your name, address and the telephone number you are calling from. If the connection is lost, the nurse can call you back. The nurse will listen to your questions and work through the details with you until you get the advice you need. The nurse may send you information, may suggest a home remedy, or may suggest that you go to the doctor's office, an urgent care center or the emergency room. If you think you have a life-threatening emergency, do not call the Nurse Help Line. Call 911 or go to the emergency room right away.
Remember that your preventative wellness exams are now covered under your Medical Plan at 100% as long as you use an in-network provider. Look through your plan's benefit booklet or review the Summary of Benefits and Coverage online at www.ourbenefitoffice.com under Plan Notices to determine exactly what is covered.
* Oregon Wellness is no longer available due to declining use of the program and changes in their business model.
* Oregon Wellness stopped providing this service.
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