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Your health plan covers the cost of administering transfusions and pays blood processing fees for employees, retirees and eligible family members. It does not pay for the storage of your own blood for future use.

Blood replacement fees are not covered by any health plan offered by the City. To help our community maintain blood reserves the Employee Blood Program sponsors a voluntary donor program for City employees, called the City Donor Corps. City Donor Corps members who donate once a year are entitled to certain benefits for themselves and family members.  For further information, see your agency Blood Program Coordinator.  If you are retired, call or write to the central office:

NYC Employee Blood Program
Department of Citywide Administrative Services
1 Centre Street, 21st Floor
(212) 669-3269
You may also call 311 and ask for
the NYC Employee Blood Program
Or Call (212) NEW-YORK if outside of NYC.

arrowLearn more about the City Donor Corps
arrowSee the Health Benefit Program FAQ


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Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
EAPs are staffed by professional counselors who can help employees and their eligible dependents handle problems in areas such as stress, alcoholism, drug abuse, mental health, and family difficulties.

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Quick Links

 PICA Program
 NYC Employee Blood Program
 Collective Bargaining Agreements
 OPA Web site
 NYC.gov