Christian Community Credit Union (CCCU) has partnered with OneShare Health to offer a health care sharing ministry as a new membership benefit. OneShare Health is an Affordable Care Act (ACA)-exempt medical bill sharing program that provides a Biblical healthcare alternative to traditional health insurance.
“With the rising cost of health insurance, we wanted to give CCCU members the opportunity to provide an affordable option for paying medical bills,” said Blair Korschun, CCCU President/CEO. “With our mission of helping Christ followers to live and give more abundantly, partnering with OneShare made sense as both organizations share the values of serving the faith community and giving back.”
CCCU members will save 40% on the OneShare enrollment fee with monthly contributions starting as low as $89.99. OneShare Health is not health insurance but a Biblical, affordable, and flexible medical sharing program. OneShare Health members can choose ANY doctor or facility nationwide. Services include access to 24/7 telemedicine at no cost, preventive services, doctor and specialist visits, Emergency Room, maternity, cancer, and so much more.
“Our relationship with Christian Community Credit Union is a true testament that we are working together to make a difference in the community and build one another up,” said Michelle Berndt, Vice President of Strategic Development. “Everyone should have access to health care; unfortunately, not everyone can afford it. OneShare Health breaks the mold by offering inclusive, feature-rich programs that meet a variety of lifestyle and budgetary needs.”
Thanks to the monthly contributions made by their members, Texas-based OneShare Health has succeeded in sharing over $161 million in medical expenses as well as $1.8 million in charitable donations.
For more information about OneShare’s new benefit exclusive to CCCU members, visit my.onesharehealth.com/osh-cccu or call 833.666.0617.
OneShare Health is an ACA-exempt Health Care Sharing Ministry that facilitates the sharing of medical expenses among individuals and families united by shared religious beliefs. Health care sharing ministries are not traditional health insurance and do not accept risk or make guarantees regarding payment of bills submitted by members.