Plan Highlights

The NECA / IBEW Family Medical Care Plan (FMCP) provides health, prescription, dental, vision, disability, accident, and life insurance benefits for eligible participants and their beneficiaries and covered dependents. The Plan also offers a Special Fund Account. Similar to a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Participating employers contribute specified amounts into a SFA in the individual employee’s name. The amounts that accumulate for certain specified expenses that are not otherwise covered under the Plan.

This section provides a high-level overview on Eligibility, Use of Hours Bank, Covered Medical Expenses, Non-Covered Medical Expenses, FMCP’s Special Fund Account Program and links to important provider information.  Should you have specific questions concerning the FMCP, please contact the FMCP office.
Register for the Member Self-Service Online Portal to easily and securely get important Plan updates and information electronically, view your information and claims, manage your Wex Health SFA (if applicable), request a new medical/Rx ID card, or ask a question online.

Member Self-Service Online Portal

Visit the Member Self-Service Online Portal

The Member Self-Service Online Portal lets you:
  • View your personal data
  • View your claims
  • View your EOBs
  • Receive electronic notifications for new EOBs
  • Access the HealthClips medical video resource library
  • Request new medical/Rx ID cards
  • Sign up for our newsletter
  • Contact the Benefit Office

You can access the Member Self- Service Online Portal by either clicking on ‘Member Sign-In’ under the ‘Members Only’ navigation tab or clicking on the button below. If you have not already, you will need to register using your medical/Rx ID or your Social Security number.


Members with a FMCP PPO Plan can click here to search for in-network providers via Anthem.

Welcome to the National Electrical Annuity Plan (NEAP). You can count yourself as one of the over 117,261 individuals who currently participate in the NEAP.

You become a Participant in NEAP when you have worked 160 hours in covered employment. These 160 hours must be accumulated during the period beginning with your first day of covered employment and ending on December 31 of the following year.

You remain a participant for as long as you have a balance greater than zero in your individual account. You are no longer a participant when you take the entire balance of your individual account as a benefit. However, you are eligible to participate again in NEAP if you return to covered employment and meet the eligibility requirement.

This Participant section on the website will provide you with important information on the NEAP from Working Toward Retirement, to Getting Ready to Retire, to Life Changing Events.  Should you have  questions concerning the NEAP, please contact the NEAP office.

NEAP Summary Plan Description – January 2017
Plan Documents and Forms
Working Towards Retirement
Getting Ready to Retire

Based on years of service.   $32.00/year

If you would like to request your covered years of service with the NEBF, click on the following link:  Request for Status Information

*This will generally take 8 weeks to receive notice from their office so please be patient.

print that out and fax to: (301)869-4322 or mail to:

National Electrical Benefit Fund
2400 Research Blvd Suite 500
Rockville, MD  20850-3266

*If you already have registered yourself and have an NEBF user name & password then go to “Documents” then click on “Benefit Estimate” and click “submit” and it will instantly be in your “Documents” folder to view named “Online Estimate”.

The NEBF will not give out personal information over the phone.  They will send you a letter in the mail.

You may come into the office and we will print you the application or you can go to the website:

Click HERE for the NEBF application


Click HERE to go to the NEBF website

  1. Click on NEBF in blue ink
  2. Across the top of the page in red ink, click on “Plan Documents and Forms”
  3. Scroll down to “Forms” “Participant” (4th on the left) and you will find “NEBF Participant Pension Application”
  4. Print your application
  5. Go back to the previous page and click on “NEBF Summary Plan Description”. You can reference this guide online or print the summary guide.  This guide is 50 pages long!  You can also call the Hall for a copy if you cannot print it at home.
  6. Federal laws governing NEBF allow 90 days to process an application for a Retirement Benefit and 45 days to process an application for a Disability Benefit.

Complete the form timely and mail into:

2400 Research Blvd., Suite 500
Rockville, MD 20850


Plan Documents and Forms
NEBF Summary Plan Description – 2021