Eligibility for the UUA Health Plan
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Health Plan offers coverage to:
- Ministers under 65
- Staff members under 65
- Ministers and staff members over 65, who are enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B (Please visit our Medicare page for more information)
- Interns in candidate status (paid or unpaid)
- Other employees of affiliated Unitarian Universalist (UU) organizations
- Self-employed UU community ministers
- Community ministers who work for an organization that does not offer health benefits
Participants must work at least 750 hours per year.
We cannot accept applicants who work fewer than 750 hours per year, persons who are volunteers, or members of congregations who are not paid staff.
Enrollment is open at any time for:
- new hires,
- newly added dependents,
- people whose hours have increased so that they meet the 750 hours per year threshold,
- people who have lost coverage they had though a spouse or partner,
- people whose congregation does not renew an existing group plan, and
- people whose benefits change for individual plans or for coverage under a spouse/partner's plan.
If a congregation participates in the UUA Health Plan, all eligible employees must be offered coverage. Congregations are not required to contribute the same percentage of premium for employees, but should review Fair Compensation Benefit Guidelines to see what is recommended.
Coverage for Retired Ministers
The UUA Health Plan also offers coverage to:
- Retired Ministers over age 65 who are enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B (Please visit our Medicare page for more information)
- Retired Ministers under 65, who have worked at least 5 out of the last 10 years in a ministerial capacity
Coverage is available to single adults, married spouses, domestic partners, and immediate family without discrimination and regardless of affectional preference. Children may be carried on the plan as dependents until their 26th birthday.
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