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IBEW Local 22




The deposit of vacation funds will be completed on Monday, July 3rd. Our apologies for this one day delay.



The IBEW Local Union No. 22/NECA Health and Welfare Plan would like to invite all Plan Participants and Spouses to take part in the annual no-cost wellness screening offered through SimplyWell.  


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Contact Info

We are here to help you! Shown here is contact information to get in touch with someone who can help you with questions you have about your benefits.

Contacts How Will They Help

Fund Office
8960 “L” Street
Suite 101
Omaha, NE  68127-1414
Local:   402.592.3753
Toll-free:  1.855.330.3242
Fax:   402.592.2352
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Central Time

Contact the Fund Office if you have questions regarding your benefits from the Health and Welfare Plan, Pension Plan A, Defined Contribution Plan B, or Vacation-Holiday Plan. You should also contact the Fund Office if you are ready to apply for your benefits from Pension Plan A or Defined Contribution Plan B.

Union Hall 
8946 “L” Street
Omaha, NE  68127-1414
Local:  402.331.8147
Fax:  402.331.0836

Local 22 is one of 2,376 local electrical unions across the United States. They have been Omaha's Electrical Construction Union since 1892. The local union is designed to provide assistance and a voice for the local electrical worker in all matters and issues that affect their lives. Matters like finding work, providing answers on health and financial benefits, or gaining access to new or additional training. And while it’s true that each local union receives support from their International Office in the form of guidance, advice, technical and legal help, Local 22 exists independently and governs our own organization. The bottom line is this: Local 22 is the people in it, and the people are the union.

Medical Provider
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
Web site

Find a Provider:
Toll-Free at 1.800.810.BLUE (2583)

Customer Service:
Local: 402.390.1820
or Toll-Free: 1.800.642.8980
TTY/TTD (for the hearing impaired):  402.390.1888

Coordination of Benefits:
Local: 402.390.1840
or toll-free:1.800.462.2924

Local: 402.390.1847
or toll-free: 1.800.662.3554

Local: 402.390.1870
or toll-free: 1.800.247.1103​

Contact Blue Cross if you: 

  • Need help finding a provider 
  • Have questions about your medical benefits 
  • Gain or lose other insurance coverage through another carrier for coordination of benefits 
  • Received benefits through the Welfare Plan for covered services that were the result of an illness or injury caused by another person or organization for subrogation  Are hospitalized for medical/surgical care or an emergency medical condition in an Out-of-network hospital or in a hospital outside of Nebraska for preadmission.​

Wellness Program
9140 West Dodge Road
Suite 408
Omaha, NE 68114

Contact SimplyWell to schedule annual no cost wellness screenings for you and your spouse. ​

Prescription Benefits
LDI Integrated Pharmacy Service
Retail: toll free 866.516.3121
Mail order: 314.652.1121
or 866.516.1121 701
Emerson Rd., Suite 301
Creve Coeur, MO  63141

Contact LDI if you:

  1. Have questions about your prescription benefits
  2. Need help finding a pharmacy
  3. Need help with your mail order​

NECA – Nebraska Chapter
8960 “L” Street
Suite 100
Omaha, NE  68127-1414
Phone: 402-397-5105
Fax:  402-397-5106​

Social Security Administration

Contact the Social Security Administration office to help plan for retirement of if you are disabled.


Contact Medicare to learn about benefits available to you when you reach age 65 or if you are receiving a Social Security Disability Award.