Insurance Plans Accepted

About Health Insurance and Counseling Services

We understand that health insurance benefits and claims can be very confusing and frustrating. Some insurance plans have different coverage and benefits for mental health care than for medical care.  Some insurance companies have Third-Party companies managing their mental health benefits and networks.

Your health insurance plan and benefits are decided upon by the job who provides your health insurance. Information about medical and mental health benefits is usually provided by the Human Resources department when employees sign up for health insurance. If you have questions or concerns about the type of coverage you have it’s best to direct those questions to the Human Resources department at the job that provides the health insurance.

What Does that Mean for You?

You can find out which mental health network your health insurance plan has by calling them (there is usually a phone number for Mental Health benefits on the back of insurance cards).  We make every effort to assist you to find out what your mental health benefits are.  You can help by making sure you let us know if your insurance plan changes or will be changing and/or if you have more than one insurance plan.

We Participate with the Following Mental Health Networks:

  • Aetna HMO and PPO
  • Aetna Medicare
  • Amerihealth HMO
  • Amerihealth PPO
  • Amerihealth Administrators
  • ATAP
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Out-of-State and Blue Card Plans
  • Cigna
  • Community Advantage EPO
  • Compsych
  • Federal Employee Plan (Blue Cross Blue Shield)
  • Horizion Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO Plans
  • Horizon Direct Access, NJ Direct, EPO, POS and Omnia Plans
  • Horizon Medicare
  • Independence Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Keystone Health Plan (Most Plans)
  • Medicare
  • Personal Choice
  • Quest
  • Total Care Network