The Uniformed Services Family Health Plan, or “USFHP”, is available to persons living in select areas within the United States.
The Affordable Care Act, popularly known as “Obamacare”, extended eligibility for family health care plans to dependent children up to the age of 26.
The TRICARE “ECHO” provides extended coverage to active-duty family members with certain physical or mental disabilities.
In order to reduce the impact of out-of-pocket costs incurred when choosing TRICARE Standard or TRICARE Extra, you may elect to seek supplemental insurance.
TRICARE Reserve Select is available to all National Guard and Reserve members and their families, whether or not they are on active-duty.
While active-duty servicemembers receive dental care from at military treatment facilities, they have the option to enroll in the TRICARE dental program.
The TRICARE Pharmacy Program provides benefits to all TRICARE beneficiaries, including TRICARE for Life beneficiaries.
TRICARE, TRICARE for Life, and most civilian health care plans specifically exclude long-term care from coverage.