This website is in compliance with NYS Policy NYS-P08-005 Accessibility of Web-Based Information and Applications, published by the New York State Office of Information Technology Services. New York State Policy NYS-P08-005 establishes minimum accessibility requirements for web-based information and applications developed, procured, maintained or used by state entities. The goal of the policy is to encourage a more inclusive state workforce and increase the availability of governmental services to all members of the public.
We recommend that you use the navigation bar provided on the top of the page to move around this site. The navigation bar gives you access to all the sections and subsections that are available from the home page.
Documents and Forms
Often a document or form is posted on a page in multiple formats, such as HTML, Word, PDF, RTF or Excel. If you require a document in a different file format than we currently provide, you can request it from us, and we will try to accommodate you. Free viewers are also available for many of the file types used. If you are having trouble viewing any of the above file types you may need to install additional software. The Accessibility page for New York State OITS includes links to viewers for a variety of document types.
NYSIF Helpdesk: 1-877-435-7743 (If our Helpdesk staff are unable to assist you, please provide them with a message for the attention of the Accessibility Coordinator.)
In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and as stated in our Reasonable Accommodation Policy, the New York State Insurance Fund will not discriminate against individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, activities or benefits.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of procedures to participate in a program, service, or activity of NYSIF, should contact Heather Woolfolk, NYSIF Designee for Reasonable Accommodation and ADA Coordinator at (212) 312-0088 as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event.
Complaints that a program, service, activity or benefit provided by NYSIF is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be made via our Americans with Disabilities Act Complaint Form.
New York State’s policy is to provide access to public services and programs to people who may have limited English proficiency. Read more about NYSIF’s Language Access Policy.