WEST VIRGINIA — Superior health insurance plans are offering a $1 million gift to a group of West Virginia students to help with health care costs.
The Greater West Virginia Health Plan said it’s giving $1.5 million to the West Virginia Foundation, which provides support for health care needs of students, teachers, employees and retirees.
The West Virginia Family Health Care Trust, which administers the West VAH, is providing the money to the foundation.
West Virginia Family has operated in West Virginia for nearly a century.
This year, the plan is offering to cover all the health costs of West Virginians.
It said in a statement that the money will be used for the health of West Va. students, staff and retirees, and it will also be used to provide health services for veterans and their families.
More: West Virginians will be able to get health insurance by March 1, 2018.
If you have any questions, call 888-732-1216.
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