24/7 confidential support is available to help calm your COVID-19 anxieties
Call 1-800-424-4224 (TTY: 711) or visit ResourcesForLiving.com for in-the-moment support. Additional resources are below:
- Coping with fears flyer (English) (Spanish)
- Coping with fears video
- 5 tips for working from home video
- Flattening the curve: explaining the graph video
- When and how to get tested for COVID-19 video
CONUS employees who are enrolled in an Aetna medical plan can learn more here.
Great news — there's a new plan option for 2020
This year's Open Enrollment period is currently closed. Elections you made during enrollment took effect on January 1, 2020. Remember, you may only make changes to your health care coverage elections throughout the year if you have a qualified family status change (adding or removing family members). This website will provide the information you need to understand your health care benefits options. To learn more about your benefits, view the enrollment video.
For 2020, eligible employees and retirees had the option of enrolling in a new plan called the High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) Learn more.
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