Department of Management Services

Other Supplemental Plans

The state offers active employees the opportunity to participate in optional, employee-pay-all, supplemental insurance plans. These plans are called employee-pay-all because employees pay the entire premium; the state does not contribute. Like the health plans, the state deducts premiums for these plans from your paycheck on a pretax basis (before taxes are taken out). These plans are made available to you as a convenience. Retirees may only continue dental or vision through COBRA upon retirement. Find out if you are eligible for these benefits.

 Plan Type of Benefit Offered Through

Help you pay the following types of expenses when injured during a covered accident:

  • Expensive medical treatment for broken bones and dislocations, or physical therapy.
  • Crutches, wheelchairs or other medical aids you may need as a result of your accident.
  • Copays and deductibles.
Colonial Insurance Company 
 (888) 756-6701

Depending on the plan you choose, supplemental benefits for:

  • Cancer diagnosis and treatment, including certain screening tests
  • Procedures and treatments you may require to care for your cancer.

Aflac (through Capital Insurance Agency) 
 (800) 780-3100

Colonial Insurance Company 
 (888) 756-6701


Helps supplement your income during short-term disability to help you pay the following expenses:

  • Mortgage or rent payments
  • Utility bills and other household expenses
  • Food, clothing and other necessities
  • Copayments
  • Health costs not covered under other plans
  • Travel and lodging expenses for treatment
Colonial Insurance Company 
 (888) 756-6701
  • Daily cash payments when you are hospitalized

Cigna (through Capital Insurance) Agency 
 (800) 780-3100

New Era (through State Securities Corp) 
 (800) 277-2300

Hospital Intensive Care 
  • Daily benefit for confinement in a hospital intensive care or a sub-acute intensive care unit.
Aflac (through Capital Insurance Agency) 
 (800) 780-3100