VOYA Voluntary Benefits


VOYA Critical Illness

Critical Illness Insurance pays a lump-sum benefit if you are diagnosed with a covered illness or condition.  The condition or illness must occur on or after the coverage effective date. You have the option to elect Critical Illness Insurance to meet your needs.  Critical Illness Insurance is a limited benefit policy.  It is not health insurance and does not satisfy the requirement of minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act.


Features of Critical Illness Insurance include:

  •  Guaranteed Issue:  No medical questions or tests required for coverage.
  • Flexible:  You can use the benefit money for any purpose you like.
  • Payroll deductions:  Premiums are paid through convenient payroll deductions.
  • Portable:  Should you leave your current employer or retire, you can take your coverage with you.
For more information: 
VOYA Enrollment at A Glance
How to File a Claim



 VOYA Accident Insurance

Accident Insurance pays you benefits for specific injuries and events resulting from a covered accident.  The amount paid depends on the type of injury and care received.  You have the option to elect Accident Insurance to meet your needs.  Accident Insurance is a limited benefit policy.  It is not health insurance and does not satisfy the requirement of minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

Features of Accident Insurance include:

  • Guaranteed Issue:  No medical questions or tests required for coverage.
  • Flexible:  You can use the benefit money for any purpose you like.
  • Payroll deductions:  Premiums are paid through convenient payroll deductions.
 For more information:
Enrollment at a Glance
How to File a Claim
How to File a Wellness Claim


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