Welcome to EBSA's Workers and Families Assistance Web Page. We are here to provide you with quick information about our programs and services, provide answers to your questions, and to assist you if you believe you have been denied a health or retirement benefit inappropriately. Check here first for answers to your questions.
- Am I eligible for COBRA?
- If I lose my job can I enroll in my spouse's health plan immediately?
- Can I enroll my adult child in my health plan?
- How do I file a claim for my health or disability benefits?
- What do I need to know about health care reform?
- What do I do if my Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement (MEWA) can no longer pay health benefits?
- What You Should Know About Your Retirement Plan
- Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future
- Taking the Mystery out of Retirement Planning
- Your Rights After A Mastectomy...Women's Health & Cancer Rights Act of 1998
To order publications, contact EBSA electronically or call toll free 1-866-444-3272.
To ask a question, submit a complaint or report a problem concerning your retirement or health benefits plan, use the links below. We have trained benefits advisors ready to help.
Or find addresses and telephone numbers for the EBSA Office in your area or call toll free 866-444-3272 to speak with a benefits advisor.
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