Association Affiliations

  • The Brighton Teachers Association has affiliations with NYSUT and Benefit Resource.

    About NYSUT


    NYSUT is more than 600,000 people who work in, or are retired from, New York's schools, colleges, and healthcare facilities. We are classroom teachers, college and university faculty and professional staff, school bus drivers, custodians, secretaries, cafeteria workers, teacher assistants and aides, nurses and healthcare technicians.

    NYSUT is a federation of more than 1,200 local unions, each representing its own members. We are affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA). We are also part of organized labor - the AFL-CIO - and of Education International, with more than 20 million members world wide.

    About Benefit Resource

    Benefit Resource, Inc. is an independent, dedicated administrator of IRC Sections 125, 105(h) and 132(f) Plans. We provide superior employee benefit consulting services, leading-edge technology and responsive administrative support so that you can cost-effectively offer "employer of choice" benefits.

    The Brighton Teachers Association is affiliated with the National Education Association

    (NEA) which has a membership of 3.6 million men and women dedicated to helping

    students achieve.

    For more information,

    please refer to the NEA website.

    National Education

    Association Member Benefits

    For member benefit

    information provided by the National Education Association, please click



    Education Association of NY (NEA-NY)

    The Brighton

    Teachers Association is affiliated with the National Education Association of

    New York State.

    National Education

    Association of New York

    217 Lark Street

    Albany, New York 12210

    (800) 66NEANY or (518) 462-6451

    Local Office

    of NEA-NY

    Rochester Service Center

    2024 West Henrietta Road

    Suite 5E

    Rochester, NY 14623

    (585) 272-1055

    For more information,

    please refer to the NEA NY website.


    Assistance Program

    The Employees

    Assistance Program (EAP) provides employees and their families confidential

    counseling to help with problems that may affect job performance. The services

    provided by the EAP are free to the employee or family member.

    The program includes

    professional assessment of concerns, short-term counseling to develop problem-solving

    plans, and referrals to community services if indicated by the plans developed.

    Your contact

    with EAP is confidential to the fullest degree provided by law. Your involvement

    in this program is not disclosed to your employer or anyone else without your


    The Health Association,

    located at One Mt. Hope Avenue, is the local provider for services. Appointments

    are scheduled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. by calling (585) 325-2980

    or (585) 423-9490. If you are calling long distance, use the toll free number (800) 417-6304.