The Spokane Fire Fighters Benefit Trust was established on January 1, 2013 to provide medical and other welfare benefits for eligible Local 29 members and their dependents through the collective bargaining process.

This site provides general benefit information, forms and other Trust related items. To see your Plan Booklet, click “Plan Booklet” under the Health & Welfare drop down, or click here.


Update on COVID-19 Outbreak

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and in the interest of keeping the community and our staff as safe and healthy as possible, all WPAS offices (Mercer Island, Gladstone, Anchorage, Spokane) will be closed for walk-in services effective March 17, 2020.  WPAS will only be conducting business via phone, email, or fax.  If you need to bring documentation or information to the office, there are drop boxes available at each of our office locations.  Contact information can be found here.

January 2020 – Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tax Provisions

Are you getting ready to file your 2019 federal income tax return? The Administration Office will be mailing the Form 1095-B by March 1, 2020. The form will identify if you and your family had qualifying health coverage for part or all of 2019. Please check to make sure the information on the form is accurate and keep it with the rest of your tax documents.

It is not necessary to wait for the Form 1095-B to file your taxes. Just like last year, you can check a box on your tax return, verifying you had qualifying health coverage.

If you have any questions regarding Form 1095-B, please contact the Administration Office at (800) 732-1121, option 4.

2020 Open Enrollment

Effective, May 1, 2017 – Fire Fighter Medical Exam

The SFFBT Trust has partnered with Spokane Internal Medicine (SIM) to provide Local 29 members the opportunity to receive a fire fighter centric medical exam at no cost to you. This is available to all Local 29 members including SAFO, members employed at SIA, and non-Medicare eligible retirees participating in the SFFBT health plan.

Click here for details regarding the medical exam and how to make an appointment

February 1, 2017 – Claims Access on the Trust Website

Effective February 1, 2017, claims incurred on and after January 1, 2017 will be accessible on this website. You will be able to view your claim on your Member Login, once the SFFBT Trust Office has paid the claim (approximately 3 weeks from incurred date.) Claims information prior to January 1, 2017 is still available on the Premera website for everyone who registered last year. The Premera website will not display details on claims incurred after December 31, 2016.

How do I login into my Member Login?