TriCare Coverage for
If you purchase TRICARE Retired Reserve and you have adult children who "age out" at 21 (or 23 if attending college), they may qualify to purchase TRICARE Young Adult http://www.tricare.mil/Plans/HealthPlans/TYA.aspx.
Outside of the United States, you can use:
Additionally, adult children who "age out" at 21 (or 23 if attending college) may qualify to purchase TRICARE Young Adult http://www.tricare.mil/Plans/HealthPlans/TYA.aspx.
TRICARE Retired Reserve
TRICARE Retired Reserve is a premium-based plan available worldwide for retired Reserve members, their families and survivors who qualify.
Who Can Participate?
How it Works
Schedule an appointment with any TRICARE-Authorized Provider. An authorized provider is any individual, institution/organization, or supplier that is licensed by a state, accredited by a national organization, or meets other standards of the medical community, and is certified to provide benefits under TRICARE. There are two types of TRICARE-authorized providers: Network and Non-Network.
Referrals are not required but you may need prior authorization from your regional contractor for some types of services.
What You Pay
View TRICARE Retired Reserve Costs at http://www.tricare.mil/Costs/HealthPlanCosts/TRR.aspx
Is TRICARE Retired Reserve Right for You?
TRICARE Retired Reserve may be the right option for you and your family if you qualify. The plan provides comprehensive health care coverage upon your retirement and you do not have to wait until you reach age 60 and begin drawing retired pay to purchase the plan. Plus, because you can see any provider, you don't have to change providers if you already have one.
How to Enroll—Online Only
To log in, you must have one of the following:
If you don't qualify, you won't be able to complete or print the form. Contact your National Guard or Reserve personnel office for assistance. If you experience a technical problem, call 1-800-477-8227 for assistance.