You will not receive new medical or prescription drug ID cards in December for 2022 unless you newly elected coverage, changed options, or added eligible family members effective January 1. Otherwise, you should keep your current cards and continue using them into the new year.
Board of Pensions President Frank C. Spencer has signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge — a leadership-driven commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This pledge is part of the Board's formal commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to dismantling structural racism.
Read more about our work toward ensuring a workplace culture that inspires a sense of belonging.
Through the Assistance Program, the Board of Pensions provides need-based grants to help active and retired members of the Benefits Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and their families. Some assistance programs are designed specifically for ministers. See if you qualify.
We have updated information about the Blue Cross Blue Shield Settlement Notice. Members of the Benefits Plan may have received this notice from Blue Cross Blue Shield regarding a lawsuit. This is a legitimate lawsuit with a settlement that received preliminary court approval in October 2020.
Call to Health participants whose preferred language is Korean or Spanish can change their account settings on the Call to Health website so they can answer the call in those languages. Find out more.