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Supplemental Flex program will be discontinued for the 2012 - 2013 Welfare Trust



What's New

Welcome to the updated CTA Welfare Trust Website. In an effort to better serve our members, we decided to revamp the information on the site and add some new twists and turns to make using the CTA Welfare Trust a little easier. Please check back form time to time to see new benefits, updated provider information and anything else new that can benefit CTA members. Also, please feel free to send us any feedback. We hope the changes to the site make using Welfare trust services easier.

 

What the CTA Dental Plan Offers

The CTA Welfare Trust offers a comprehensive list of dental services for its members. Please feel free to see the schedule of reimbursements under the schedule of benefits link. Also, please check to see if your dentist is part of the provider pro list. Providers on the pro list accept Welfare Trust payments as payment in full.

Frequently Asked Questions

What people say about the CTA Dental Plan

Forms:

 

What the CTA Vision Plan Offers
The CTA Welfare Trust offers a comprehensive list of dental services for its members. Please feel free to see the schedule of reimbursements under the schedule of benefits link. Also, please check to see if your dentist is part of the provider pro list. Providers on the pro list accept Welfare Trust payments as payment in full.

What people say about the
CTA Vision Plan

Frequently
Asked
Questions

Forms

 

What the CTA Life Insurance
Plan Offers
The CTA Welfare Trust offers a comprehensive list of life insurance services for its members. Please feel free to see the schedule of reimbursements under the schedule of benefits link. Providers on the pro list accept Welfare Trust payments as payment in full.

What the CTA Retirees Plan Offers

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What people say about the
CTA Retirees Plan

Frequently
Asked
Questions

Forms

Dental Provider List

Dental Claim Form

Dental Schedule
of Benefits

 

What the
CTA
Flexible Spending
Plan Offers

What people say about the
CTA Flexible Spending Plan

Frequently
Asked
Questions

Supplemental Flex
2012-Form


 

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Coverage for individuals members is taken care of by the contractual agreement between the district and the CTA. No further payment is necessary.

The best place to start is to check the list of providers located on the Dental Provider List link on the Dental page. Members are also encouraged to share a copy of the Dental Schedule of Benefits with their dentists to see if they would be willing to accept the Schedule benefit payment as payment in full. Dentists that do so can then be listed on the Dental Provider List for the CTA Welfare Fund.

Cleaning of teeth (prophylaxis) is covered twice during each plan year. If a
periodontal (CTA4340 – CTA4341) scaling and a prophylaxis (CTA1110)
are performed on the same date, the plan will only pay for the scaling.
Additionally, the plan will not cover a prophylaxis within 30 days of a fullmouth
periodontal scaling.

The plan covers oral examinations, x-rays and laboratory tests that may be
necessary to diagnose a specific symptom.

The Plan will cover no more than four (4) x-rays for any oral examination.
However, a full mouth x-ray of all teeth taken as part of a general examination is
covered once in a three year period. Allowances for films or other procedures
covered by the plan include the charge of examination and diagnosis. Oral exams
are covered twice per plan year.



 

Coverage for individuals members is taken care of by the contractual agreement between the district and the CTA. No further payment is necessary.

The best way to find out if an optician accepts our plan is to bring a copy of our vision schedule of benefits to your doctor and see if they consider it full payment.

Our plan covers one full eye exam per calendar year and one pair of glasses. Depending on your optician, other benefits are available. Certain opticians have created specific agreements with the Welfare Fund and offers more services as part of the plan. .



 
Examples of Eligible Medical
Expenses:

Acupuncture Mental Health Care
Alcoholism Treatment Nursing (RN/LPN)
Ambulance Services OB/GYN Examinations
Braille Books Orthodontia
Chiropractors Orthopedic Shoes & Braces
Co-Pays Physicals
Crutches Physical Therapy
Deductibles Prescriptions
Dental Services Psychiatric Services
Dermatologists Seeing Eye Dog & Upkeep
Eye Exams/Glasses/Prescription Sterilizations & Reversals
Sunglasses and Contacts Substance Abuse Treatment
Home Health Care Surgical Expenses
Gym Membership Telephone Equipment for the Deaf
Weight Control Program
Infertility Treatment Well-Child Care Visits
Insulin & Syringes Wheelchairs
Laboratory Fees X-Rays
Mammography

Diabetic Supplies Smoking Cessation Treatment
Premiums for Retirees


Mental Health Care
Nursing (RN/LPN)
OB/GYN Examinations
Orthodontia
Orthopedic Shoes & Braces
Physicals
Physical Therapy
Prescriptions
Psychiatric Services
Seeing Eye Dog & Upkeep
Sterilizations & Reversals
Sunglasses and Contacts
Substance Abuse Treatment
Surgical Expenses
Telephone Equipment for the Deaf
Weight Control Program
Well-Child Care Visits
Wheelchairs
X-Rays
Smoking Cessation Treatment

Answer --$400 for 2011 - 2012 the welfare trust year .

Answer -- Please see the Examples of Eligible Benefits Link or please feel free to contact a Trustee from your building.

Answer -- Every plan year runs from July 1st to June 30 of the following year. Example our current plan year is for expenses incurred between July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011. Also understand that expenses that occur within that plan year can be sent in for reimbursement up to three months past the end of the plan year.