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Welcome Chrysler, Ford and General Motors UAW Trust retirees

HAP keeps you healthy and happy all year long

HAP has committed to being the best since 1956 when UAW President Walter Reuther sought an alternative to traditional health insurance for union members. To ensure his members maintained the best health possible, he needed the best coverage, the best doctors and hospitals, and the best customer service. That’s how HAP established its first health plan.

We believe a health plan should go beyond doctors and copays. HAP provides a large package of health care benefits with affordable out-of-pocket costs and no coinsurance. Our team of experts will help answer all your questions and help you understand the benefits the UAW Trust provides its retirees.

As a Michigan-based company, we’re not just near you, we know you. Every day, we collaborate with doctors, hospitals and the community.

We’re proud to be a UAW-represented nonprofit health plan. Our employees, represented by UAW Locals 600 and 1811 in Michigan, are a team of experts serving fellow union members and their families. Ultimately, that’s just one of the reasons HAP is the right choice for you.


2024 HAP HMO Plan Highlights

No monthly contribution
No coinsurance, so it’s easier to know your out-of-pocket costs ahead of time
SilverSneakers® fitness benefit
Active&Fit Direct™ Program  N/A ✔ 
No limits on primary care physician or specialist office visits
Coverage for routine and specialty care
Covered preventive services
Worldwide emergency medical and urgent care
Global emergency travel assistance and identity theft protection through Assist America
24/7 teleheath visits
HAP member discounts on health and wellness-related activities and services
myHAP Card digital ID card
Healthy Living Rewards program rewards you for getting certain preventive screenings and tests
Enhanced lab coverage with no deductibles
National eye coverage with the same benefits through EyeMed
Out-of-state Visitor Travel benefits


New to HAP or a returning member? Use these resources to get started. You can: