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Welcome to the Magellan Behavioral Health of Florida website. This site is for Magellan members in Florida, their families and friends, and providers. Magellan has been managing behavioral health services in Florida since 2006. We serve thousands of members across the state. 




NOTICE:  The Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) is implementing a new system through which Medicaid enrollees will receive services. This program is called the Statewide Medicaid Managed Care (SMMC) Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) Program. The rollout into the SMMC MMA program will begin on May 1, 2014 and will run through August 1, 2014.

For more information, please visit the Florida Medicaid website.

Fraud, Waste and Abuse

Magellan is dedicated to conducting business in an ethical and legal manner. Magellan is committed to preventing, detecting and reporting fraud, waste and abuse across various categories of health care related fraud.

For more information, please click on the appropriate link:

For Members

For Providers




For Members

Provider Search

Provider Search


Search here for a provider in your area by choosing the plan you belong to. View a map of AHCA locations to find your area.

Getting Care

Getting Care

It is important for you to know what your behavioral health benefits are and how to use them. Learn about these services here.

Your Rights & Responsibilities

Prepare for Your Appointment



We encourage you to make the best use of your Magellan of Florida plan. .

For Providers

Providing Care

Providing Care

Click below for information designed to assist you in your treatment of Magellan members in Florida:


Getting Paid

Getting Paid

Check Claims (sign in required)

Submit Claims (sign in required)

Provider Manual


Online Training

Online Training

Magellan offers a variety of online resources to our providers, including e-courses, step-by-step user guides and demos of our online tools.

Online Training

Resiliency & Recovery E-Learning Center


Community Events

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Learn more about mental health and well-being.


More Events....


Recovery & Resiliency

These free courses show how to give people the power to meet their behavioral health goals. They were developed by Magellan and other national behavioral health experts.

Family Resources

Information for parents about issues relating to your children. Read More...


Magellan is dedicated to helping improve the lives of youth in Florida. Read about Magellan Youth Leaders Inspiring Future Empowerment (MY LIFE).


Signs & Symptoms

Signs & Symptoms

Spotlight On

What's Hot at Magellan of Florida

NEW! Providers: Sign up today for electronic funds transfer (EFT) - a fast and secure method to receive your payments. If you are not taking advantage of EFT, we strongly encourage you to sign now  - it's quick and easy. See our provider website for details.

NEW! PROVIDER NOTICE RE:  CMS-1500 Version 02/12

Consistent with Florida Medicaid, Magellan will require providers to use the new CMS-1500 form as of April 1, 2014. Providers can start using the new CMS-1500 prior to April 1, 2014.   The CMS-1500 claim form has been recently revised to more adequately support the use of the ICD-10 diagnosis code set. The revised CMS-1500 form, version 02/12, replaces the current form, version 08/05. For more information on the transition, please refer to the CMS-1500 Transition webpage in the Web Portal or see the Magellan BH Provider Focus with more information.  


Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting anniversary materials.

The Health Insurance Marketplace: What You Need to Know (scroll to the bottom of the page after clicking on the link)


Your Thoughts Matter


Share your opinions and feedback about Magellan of Florida.

Contact Us

Recovery & Resiliency


Magellan has partnered with national experts in behavioral health recovery and resiliency to offer e-courses.

Report to Community

View the Florida Report to the Community

Promoting Choice

Learn about promoting choice, direction and control for those with serious mental illnesses.

Contact Information

PMHP Members & Providers

Area 9: 1-800-327-6304
Area 11: 1-800-424-1693
Child Welfare: 1-800-327-5542

TTY All Areas: 1-800-424-1694