Carewell SEIU 503 Benefits
Carewell SEIU 503 is the family of training and benefits hardwon by SEIU 503 homecare and personal support providers and personal care attendants to enhance their lives. Delivered clearly, easily and reliably, these offer the stability, health, skills and training workers deserve.
Carewell SEIU 503 Training and Benefits Guide
The family of training and benefits hardwon by SEIU 503 care providers has grown in the last five years. So we have put together this new Guide with important information about training and benefits.
Coverage through Kaiser Permanente Dental that pays for most basic services (like cleanings or fillings) at no cost to you. You also have coverage for a portion of other services (like root canals).
This benefit covers the cost of your net monthly premium for a qualifying individual health plan purchased through the Marketplace or for Medicare. It also covers up to $6,900 in 2023 in out-of-pocket medical expenses for claims covered under Medicare or an eligible Marketplace health plan.
Check your Eligibility
Are you eligible for Carewell benefits? Find out in less than one minute using our eligibility questionnaires.
Update Your Information
To be eligible for Carewell benefits, Carewell SEIU 503 must have your name, gender, Social Security number, birthdate, and current address on file. You should also make sure that your information is up to date with the State.
All homecare and personal support workers who are eligible to receive benefits through Carewell Dental, Vision+Hearing, and the Employee Assistance Program are automatically covered. If you are eligible but you wish to opt out of these benefits, please complete the waiver form below. If you decide to opt back in to these benefits, you will need to contact Carewell SEIU 503 in writing.
Benefits Waiver Form (Digital)
If your claim for benefits from Carewell SEIU 503 is denied in whole or in part (for example, your request for reimbursement is denied, or you are advised that you are not eligible for benefits), fill out and submit the following form and any supporting materials.
Some of the possible issues that you can address with the Appeals form include:
- Your eligibility for benefits
- The amount of a reimbursement
- Failure to receive a reimbursement