The Local 720 Office Staff and E-Board have put together the following list of resources that may help you and your family navigate these challenging times. If any of these links change or are not working please let the webmaster know so that they can be removed or updated.

Food Assistance

Annuity Withdrawal For Hardships

Annuity hardship withdrawals have been extended to include a new category of hardship withdrawals to assist those of you who have been affected by COVID-19. If you have lost work, been laid off, or had other losses or expenses due to the virus, you are eligible for immediate withdrawal in the amount of your loss.

In order to obtain a hardship application please email Annuity@iatsenbf.org. Once the application has been completed, you must email the application back to Annuity@iatsenbf.org.

Please note that if you mail your application, there will be a delay in processing

Culinary Information

The Culinary Health Center currently does not have the ability to test for the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

What this means to you:

Before going to the Culinary Health Center (CHC), please call 702-790-8000. When you call to schedule an appointment or go to the CHC you’ll be asked questions.

These questions are based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

If you’re cleared, you can continue to make your appointment.

If you need further clinical help, you will be connected with a nurse or you will see the clinical team.

You will not be tested for COVID-19 at the Culinary Health Center.

If you are severely ill and need to be tested, the clinical team will let you know what you need to do.

The Emergency Room (ER) is the only place right now that can test for COVID-19.

They will only give you the test if you have all of the symptoms and meet the CDC guidelines.

If you need additional information about COVID-19:

Please call the SNHD (Southern Nevada Health District) at 702-759-4636 or visit www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org

IATSE NATIONAL HEALTH & WELFARE FUND
RELIEF FOR FUND PARTICIPANTS IN RESPONSE TO THE
COVID-19 PANDEMIC

 

The Board of Trustees of the IATSE National Health & Welfare Fund is aware of the devastating job losses and resulting financial consequences for the Fund’s participants due to the COVID-19 pandemic and understands the importance of continued health coverage during this crisis. Work in the industry came to a virtual stop in March. This shutdown has an impact on continuing health coverage, which will be fully felt for coverage starting July 1 for Plan C. The Board has therefore adopted the following measures to assist participants in Health Plans A and C in continuing their coverage under the Fund: