We work to prevent and treat substance use disorders and provide supportive services.
Prevea360 Health Plan is committed to addressing substance abuse challenges in our community, including the national opioid crisis. Repeated use of alcohol or other drugs leading to health issues or problems at work, school, or home may be signs of substance abuse. If you have concerns about your substance use, talk with a healthcare professional.
If you have recently been diagnosed with a substance use disorder or dependence, it’s very important to schedule appropriate follow-up treatment. It is recommended that you schedule three follow-up appointments within the first 30 days of being diagnosed.
(MAT) combines counseling and medications to treat substance use disorders. People who are addicted to opioids are usually more successful with MAT. Learn more about MAT, and see if it's right for you.
Co-occurring mental health and substance use treatment
Substance use and mental health disorders often co-occur. This means individuals with substance use conditions often have a mental health condition at the same time, and vice versa. Addressing both is critical for success in recovery, and dual diagnosis treatment programs can help.
Call the Customer Care Center number on the back of your insurance card or use our Find a Doctor online search
. If you have an established provider, make sure they are part of the Dean Health Plan network. If you choose to see a provider that is out of network – other than in an emergency or with prior approval* – you may have to pay the full cost of the service yourself. It is important to follow your health plan benefit rules to avoid large out-of-pocket expenses and/or denial of payments
Wisconsin Addiction Recovery Helpline
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
*There are certain medical services that require prior approval by Prevea360 Health Plan. See Medical Management