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This website is designed specifically for members of the Virginia Retired Teachers Association (VRTA).  To learn more about VRTA or to join VRTA, please click here.

VRTA Benefits representatives are ready and available to help you navigate benefit choices from a variety of insurance companies in each of the respective markets; Medicare, Health Insurance, Long Term Care and also Fixed and Fixed Indexed Annuities. Our team will shop the market based on your unique circumstances in order to find you the most suitable coverage at an affordable cost.

Central Atlantic Insurance Services has been the Agent of Record for VRTA since the Benefit Program inception in 1991.  If you would like to contact a Benefit Specialist, complete the “Contact” form or call (800) 467-5425.

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VA Retired Teachers Association Launches New Benefits Website

Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Press Release

Winchester, Virginia- The Virginia Retired Teachers Association (VRTA) is pleased to announce the launch of its new benefits website www.VRTABenefits.org. VRTA is a nonprofit organization of retired and current educational personnel who have had responsibility in the educational process. This new site has been designed to benefit members of the VRTA entitling members to insurance plan options at lower premium rates and the opportunity to enjoy safe-money retirement options without market risks. 

VRTA Benefits specialists at Creekside Insurance Advisors Inc are prepared to work with all members of VRTA in an effort to support the National Retired Teachers Association (NRTA). According to Chuck Swope, “for over 75 years, the VRTA has been helping Virginia’s educators and personnel receive the attention and support they need from Richmond, this new website will add to that support on a more personal level. We are proud to be able to offer these benefits in a simple, efficient manner where people can review the information from the comfort of their own home; and when they are ready to discuss the benefits we are just a phone call away.”

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