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Employee Benefits



Latest News

Plan Year 2018 Information

2018 Summary of Benefits and Coverage

   PPO Plans

 Anthem PERS Choice            Anthem PERS Select               Anthem PERS Care            Anthem PORAC


    HMO Plans  

Anthem Traditional HMO          Anthem Select HMO          Blue Shield Access+          United Healthcare        Sharp Health

HealthNet SmartCare               Kaiser Permanente           HealthNet Salud y Mas       Western Health Advantage


    EPO Plans 

 Blue Shield Access+ EPO          Anthem Del Norte EPO     



Plan Year 2017 Information

2017 Summary of Benefits and Coverage

General Information


Employee Benefit Plans


Dependent Care Assistance Plan (DCAP) Information


Dependent Care Assistance Plan (DCAP) Reimbursement Claim Form


Prescription Drug Program - PERSSelect, PERSChoice & PERSCare


Dental Plan

Pacific Health Alliance (PHA) Preferred Dental Network for Monterey County (Updated 2018)


VSP General Informational Flyer


County of Monterey Group Life, and  AD& D Insurance Plan & Beneficiary Designation Form


UNUM Group Long Term Disability Plan (Voluntary-Bargaining Units F,H,J,M,N,P,Q,R,V and Z)


Enrollment Form, UNUM Group Long Term Disability Plan (Voluntary-Bargaining Units F,H,J,M,N,P,Q,R,V and Z)




California Public Employees Retirement System

bullet Miscellaneous Employees  
bullet Local Safety Employee Benefits
bullet Retirement contact information for CalPERS - 1-888 CalPERS (Or 1-888-225-7377)
bullet Retirement contact information for Monterey County ´┐Ż Human Resources ´┐Ż Benefits 831-755-5336 or 831-755-5458
bullet CalPERS Online Checklist to Plan Retirement
bullet Planning Your Service Retirement, PUB 1
bullet A Guide to CalPERS Employment After Retirement, PUB 33
bullet Service Credit Purchase Options, PUB 12
bullet Service Credit Buy Back Resolution

Benefit Summary Sheets by Bargaining Unit

bullet Units A & B
bullet Unit C
bullet Unit D
bullet Unit E
bullet Unit F
bullet Unit G
bullet Unit H
bullet Unit J
bullet Unit K
bullet Unit L
bullet Unit M
bullet Unit N
bullet Unit O
bullet Unit P
bullet Unit Q
bullet Unit R
bullet Unit S
bullet Unit V
bullet Unit X
bullet Unit XL
bullet Unit Y
bullet Unit Y
bullet Units ZF & ZJ
-General Safety and Supervisory Safety
-Safety Management
-Deputy Public Defenders
-Deputy District Attorneys
-County Counsel
-Health Care
-General Employees
-Social Workers
-Probation Managers
-Probation General Employees
-Probation Supervisors
-Members of the Board of Supervisors
-Board of Supervisor's Administrative Assistant and Secretary
-County Park Rangers
-Resident Physician
-County Park Ranger Supervisors
-Safety & Non-Safety Management
-Limited Term Non-Safety Management
-Safety & Non-Safety Executive Management
-Safety & Non-Safety Executive Management-Elected Officials
-Unrepresented Confidential


Salary Schedules

bullet Salary Schedules available here


Classification Specifications

bullet Class Specifications available here


Workers' Compensation


Risk Management
Workers' Compensation Coordinators
Intercare Holdings Ins. Services Claims Team


What To Do When an Injury Occurs Flowchart
Supervisor's Check List

Documents Needed to File Claim:

  1. DWC-1 Claim Form
  2. Privileged & Confidential Incident Investigation Report to County Counsel Form
  3. Job Description

    Department Location Codes
    Job Titles & WC Class Codes
  4. Form 5020

    See Department Location Codes for 5020 field #3A
    See Job Titles & WC Class Codes for 5020 fields 35 and 37B

Where to Submit Claim:
Intercare Holdings Insurance Services, Third-Party Administrator

Fax: (877) 362-5050

Documents for Injured Worker

  1. Copy of Fully Signed DWC-1 Claim Form
  2. Medical Referral
  3. Physicians' Modified Work Activity Restriction Form

Medical Treatment:

County Authorized Treatment Facilities
Pre-Designation Form

Mandatory Notification Poster:

DWC-7 -

Incident Tracking:

Incident Log

Occupational Safety and Health Program

The Risk Management implements and maintains the County Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) as required by the California Code of Regulation, Title 8.  Each department develops specific safety policies and procedures applicable to the duties of employees assigned to the department.  The IIPP document is provided below to help communicate occupational safety information to all employees of the County.  A link to the County's occupational safety documents and policies is also provided below.

Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) This PDF file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

bullet Occupational Safety and Health Program Web Page (lists documents and policies which all county employees should review)



Contact Information and Links to Our Providers


Employee Assistance Program
The  Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides initial assessment and referral services at no cost to employees and their family members covering a wide variety of work/life problems in areas such as: marital, legal, financial, emotional, stress, substance abuse, grief and loss, work pressures, parent/child conflicts and communication.  If you would like to learn more about our Employee Assistance Program, please call your EAP representative at 1-800-531-0200 or visit the web site where you'll find so much helpful information. Note- You will be required to register (it's quick and easy) to login to their web site. Click HERE to view EAP's online presentation.


Child Care Assistance
Finding the right care center for your child can be a very time consuming task. Your CNA (Charles Nectem Associates) program can provide support with updated information about licensed day care facilities in your area.  Whether you are looking for preschool, kindergarten or before/after school care, CNA can provide assistance in helping you locate resources for your child. Just call your CNA representative at 1-800-531-0200 to start the process.


AFLAC can provide other benefits you may wish to select and pay for as a Monterey County employee.


Anthem Blue Cross
Medical claims & inquiries:   P.O. Box 60007, Los Angeles, CA 90060
Customer Service Tel: 1-877-737-7776


Dental Claims
Pacific Health Alliance
Tel:  1-800-533-4742 or email address´┐Ż


Deferred Compensation Plan
Click here for more information or email:


Dependent Care Reimbursement
Tel.(831)755-5458 or email


Customer Service 1-855-505-8110



Met Life
The MetLife website provides information on numerous subjects of interest ´┐Ż including estate planning, trusts, college tuition planning, financial planning, and more. For access, please click on the website address ´┐Ż this will lead you to a subject directory, you may then sort down to your specific subject.,1674,P795,00.html


PORAC Anthem Blue Cross
Anthem Blue Cross (Anthem)
21555 Oxnard Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Customer Service Tel: 1-800-288-6928


Vision Plan
Tel:  1-800-877-7195



Office Information

The Risk Management & Employee Benefits Office co-administers the CalPERS medical plans, and manage the dental and vision care coverage for County of Monterey employees, dependents, and retirees.  In addition, the County offers a variety of benefit programs to County employees such as Universal Life Insurance, Short Term Disability, Cancer & Intensive Care benefits through the Section 125 Flexible Spending Plan.

Other Benefits include Employee Assistance (EAP), Dependent Care Reimbursement Plan, and a Section 457 Deferred Compensation Plan.

The Risk Management & Employee Benefits Office remains committed to providing a comprehensive and affordable program of benefits. We promote wellness programs and education for our employees and retirees in making wise health care decisions.

Check this page periodically for new and updated information.

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This page was last updated on 08/02/18