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If you are under Magellan insurance and looking for addiction treatment, it is important to know what your coverage and benefits are. Understanding what services are covered and what expenses you may incur can make your treatment process easier and give you more time to concentrate on your recovery.

Whether you’re seeking inpatient treatment, an outpatient program, or medication-based therapy, knowing what your insurance covers can make a big difference in your treatment experience.

Here at Avisa recovery, we’ll work with you to make sure you’re getting the benefits you deserve and understand the ins and outs of insurance.

Avisa Recovery Programs


One of the first steps when seeking treatment for substance abuse is the detoxification process. Here you are medically supervised and managed through withdrawal process to rid the body of drugs & alcohol.

Residential inpatient treatment is when a client lives on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while receiving intensive inpatient treatment. Learn more about inpatient treatment and how it can help you on your journey.

The partial day program at Avisa Recovery combines the best of aspects inpatient and outpatient treatment to form a hybrid program that allows you to experience inpatient therapies on an outpatient basis.

Find out why the innovative intensive outpatient program at Avisa Recovery is your best choice when seeking an outpatient addiction treatment program in Ocean County, New Jersey.

Our outpatient program will enable your professional life to become limitless. We offer the tools for you to become the best you can be while being sober! If you’re in Ocean County, don’t wait another day to start your recovery.

The family program at Avisa Recovery is an integral part of our programming. Family therapy is an essential part of the recovery process because it allows members of the entire family system to learn how to recover as a unit while supporting their loved-one in recovery.

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What Is Magellan Insurance And How Does It Work?

As a managed care organization, Magellan Insurance specializes in behavioral health services including addiction treatment. We work closely with our network of providers to make sure you have access to high-quality treatment options. Magellan Insurance policies typically include coverage for inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment, detox, medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and other addiction treatment services.

There are a few steps you’ll need to take to get access to Magellan Insurance benefits for addiction treatment. First, you’ll need to get a referral from a primary care physician.Your primary care physician will need to refer you to a Magellan Insurance provider. You’ll then need to contact Magellan Insurance. They’ll need to verify that you’re covered. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be ready to move forward with your treatment. If you’re not sure where to start, you’ll want to look into in-network providers. Understanding how Magellan Insurance works and what you need to do can help you make the most of your coverage.

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Most Private Health Insurance Will Help Pay for Treatment.

Avisa Recovery does not accept Medicare or Medicaid as payment for substance abuse treatment.

Let us handle the details so you can focus on the help you need.

Types of addiction treatment covered by Magellan Insurance

Magellan insurance covers a wide range of addiction treatment options, including but not limited to:

  1. Inpatient Treatment: Inpatient treatment is when you stay in a residential treatment facility for a specific amount of time while undergoing intensive treatment for your addiction. This type of treatment includes detoxification, treatment, counseling and other support services.
  2. Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient programs provide addiction treatment in the comfort of one’s own home. Outpatient programs typically include regular counseling, group therapy and educational resources.
  3. Medication-Assisted Therapy: Medication-assisted therapy is a type of treatment that Magellan Insurance often covers. Medication-assisted therapy combines FDA-approved drugs with counseling and treatment to treat addiction. Examples of medications that may be included in medication-assisted therapy include methadone (a medication used to treat addiction), buperorphine, naltrexone, and others.
  4. Counseling and Therapy: Most of the time, Magellan Insurance will cover these services as part of your addiction treatment: Individual counseling, Group therapy, Family therapy. All of these services are essential for addressing the root causes of your addiction and supporting you throughout your recovery.

Check your individual policy to see what your coverage limits are and if there are any limitations that apply to these treatments.

Checking Your Magellan Insurance Coverage

By following a step-wise approach, you can make sure you get all the information you need and avoid any unexpected costs.

1: Gather Your Insurance Information

Before you get in touch with Magellan, make sure you have all the necessary insurance information, such as your policy number and member ID, as well as any other relevant information.

2: Contact Magellan Insurance

Once you have the insurance details, contact Magellan Insurance to find out if you are covered for addiction treatment.

3: Ask Specific Questions

When you speak to Magellan Insurance, make sure to ask them specific questions about their addiction treatment coverage.

4: Verify In-Network Providers

The In-Network Providers (IOPs) have a long-standing relationship and have entered into a contract to provide services to Magellan Insurance at agreed rates.

5: Review Coverage Details

Be aware of any restrictions, such as annual coverage or pre-approval requirements.

6: Seek Additional Clarification if Needed

If you have any more questions or would like more information about your coverage, please do not hesitate to contact Magellan Insurance again

Alternative Options For Addiction Treatment

If Magellan Insurance doesn’t cover addiction treatment or doesn’t fit your needs, here are some other options to think about:

  1. Sliding Scale or Income-Based Payment: These programs adjust treatment costs based on your income, making them more affordable for those with limited insurance options.
  2. State or Local Assistance Programs: These programs may provide treatment at no cost or at a reduced cost to those who do not have health insurance.
  3. Non-Profit Treatment Centers: Many nonprofit treatment centers offer programs that are affordable for people who can’t afford them.
  4.  Financing Options: Look for ways to pay for addiction treatment, such as medical advances or payment plans.
  5. Employer Assistance Programs: Employee Assistance Program: If you have an EAP, your employer may provide resources and assistance with addiction treatment.

It’s important to remember that your health is your number one priority, so make sure you’re getting the help you need even if your insurance doesn’t cover it. Check out these other options to make sure you have access to addiction treatment services.

Taking Control Of Your Addiction Treatment Journey

Navigating the Magellan Insurance process for addiction treatment can be daunting, but with proper guidance and tools, you can navigate your treatment journey in the best way possible.

Don’t forget to get all your insurance details, get in touch with Magellan Insurance to confirm your coverage and ask questions to get a better understanding of your policy.

If Magellan Insurance coverage isn’t available for you, look into income-based payment plans, state or local help programs, nonprofit treatment centers, financing alternatives, or employer help programs.

Avisa Recovery helps you find out if you qualify for benefits and insurance. Your health is important to us, so get in touch with us today!

Breaking The Cycle And Finding A New Path

Addiction to Adderall can be really tough, but it’s possible to get out of the rut and find a better way. It’s important to get help, build a support system, and live a healthy lifestyle. If you have the right help and resources, you can beat addiction and get your life back. Don’t forget that you’re not the only one, and there’s hope for the future.