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RCA Benefit Guide

Employee Contributions

Employee Contributions MEDICAL CONTRIBUTIONS (BI-WEEKLY) Gold Silver Bronze Single $135.23 $64.26 $29.37 Employee & Spouse $302.60 $160.64 $90.87 Employee & Child(ren) $279.17 $147.15 $82.26 Family $463.27 $253.18 $149.92 DENTAL CONTRIBUTIONS (BI-WEEKLY) VISION CONTRIBUTIONS (BI-WEEKLY) Aetna Freedom of Choice Single $3.38 Employee & Spouse $10.02 Aetna Vision Single $2.62 Family $7.30 Employee & Child(ren) $14.50 Family $21.03 HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT (HSA) —26 PAYS/YEAR Determine your annual election and divide by # of remaining payrolls for the year to determine your bi-weekly deduction Single Family $3,450 annual maximum $6,900 annual maximum FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS (FSA) —26 PAYS/YEAR Determine your annual election and divide by # of remaining payrolls for the year to determine your bi-weekly deduction Health Care FSA Dependent Care FSA $2,650 annual maximum $5,000 annual maximum ($2,500 if married filing separately) 14 | 2018 Recovery Centers of America Benefit Guide

Wellness Tips 6 TIPS FOR DIABETES PREVENTION You have the ability to stop Type 2 Diabetes from affecting your life. Even if you display signs of prediabetes, a few key lifestyle changes can greatly improve your chances of preventing the disease. 1. Know Your Risks Talk to your doctor about your family history and other warning signs of diabetes. 2. Manage Your Weight Obesity plays a major factor in the development of the disease. Reducing body weight by 5 percent can cut your chance of developing diabetes by more than half. 3. Get More Exercise Regular exercise helps manage body weight, encourage heart health and manage blood sugar levels. 4. Choose Whole Grains Choosing whole grains may lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes because their nutrients release slowly into the blood stream to naturally manage blood sugar levels. 5. Monitor Carbohydrate Intake Carbohydrates raise blood sugar levels, and high blood sugar levels can increase risk for diabetes. 6. Stick to a Healthy Diet Controlling portion size and eat a balanced diet of leafy greens, fruits, fish and lean meats. 2018 Recovery Centers of America Benefit Guide | 15

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