As a Magellan of Virginia member, it is important for you to know about your behavioral health benefits and how to use them. In this section, learn more about the services that are offered to you.
AUD PHI Form -- member AUD PHI form Additional Member resources and information: Member Handbook | Member Newsletters | Additional Resources Member Right to Request Access to PHI Form
Getting help for mental health challenges
Taking psychiatric medications: It’s your choice
What Do I Do in An Emergency?
What is an emergency? This is when a person thinks he or she must act quickly to prevent serious health problems.You may have a mental health or substance abuse emergency. For example, you fear you may hurt yourself. Or you think a f . . .
Case Management unbundled from IIH and ICT printable flyer -- posted May 2015
DMAS Letter to VA Medicaid and FAMIS Members
Magellan Letter to Members
Fast Facts about your behavioral health services
Mental Health Skill-Building Services (formerly Mental Health S . . .
Your behavioral health and medical health can affect each other so much! Connecting your providers creates a balanced care team. Your connected team will be able to make shared decisions with you that are good for your WHOLE health.
Taking Charge of Your Care - . . .
We encourage you to make the best use of your behavioral health benefits. Your handbook includes details about what is included in your benefits and how we can help you.
Magellan of Virginia Member Handbook - English
Magellan of Virginia Member Handbook - Spanish . . .
Recovery and Resiliency: Magellan’s Core Treatment Principles
At Magellan, recovery, resiliency and wellness are part of our culture and values, and we believe they should be included in all levels of mental health and substance abuse service delivery systems. Th . . .
Member Rights and Responsibilities
As a member, you have rights and responsibilities. Your rights are important. Providers must explain your rights at your first visit.
Want to learn more? Please read or download the Member rights and responsibilities.
Governor’s Access Plan Information for Members, Family and Advocates
Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and co-occurring disorders and conditions are highly treatable.
Having healthcare coverage allows access to behavioral and health services. Having this coverage c . . .
Magellan Healthcare of Virginia
Introducing the new substance use disorder treatment benefit:
Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services (ARTS)
Many people struggle with using substances at some time in their lives. . . .
Magellan of Virginia's SafeLink Phone Program
Magellan of Virginia members get a free phone and minutes. Members also get easy access to care support as well as health and reminder tips.
The SafeLink phone program provides free mobile phone and messaging servic . . .