Several bargaining units and management group of Multnomah County currently participate in semi-monthly contributions to an HRA VEBA account (Health Reimbursement Arrangement Voluntary Employee's Beneficiary Association).

Participating groups are: Non-represented, Local 48, Local 701, Deputy Sheriffs, Civil Deputies, Corrections Deputies, Physicians and FOPPO. 

HRA VEBA is a type of health plan that reimburses out-of-pocket health care expenses incurred by you, your spouse, or your dependent children. These funds are completely tax-free, including contributions, earnings and claims withdrawals. Contributions are not reported on your W-2 or Form 1099. Unused funds carry over from year to year.

The participating bargaining units/employee groups have negotiated their own specific contribution structure which may include a portion of hourly wage, salary, and/or vacation payout at employment termination. Your account is always 100% vested, which means the funds are available as soon as they are deposited. Funds you do not withdraw in the current year will continue to be available in the future for reimbursement of qualified expenses until ultimately paid out to you and/or your dependents. Participation is a negotiated benefit. This is not a voluntary program, each group participates in the program at the same level. Members of groups not listed above are not eligible to participate. Please contact the Employee Benefits Office if you have more questions, or are unsure of your eligibility for this program.

Learn more at

HRA VEBA Enrollment Form (pdf)

HRA VEBA Plan Participant Enrollment Kit (pdf)

HRA VEBA Fund overview 063017 (105.03 KB)