Yes, Your Insurance May Cover TMS & Therapy

Insurers have started to approve TMS because they recognize the overwhelming evidence that it’s an effective treatment option. Depression can be debilitating, and treatment typically involves prescribing antidepressants or engaging in talk therapy, or a combination of the two. While such methods prove successful in some patients, others may not experience the symptom-relieving results they desire, even after trying multiple antidepressants. Insurance companies have come to understand that these patients may need access to other treatment options, like TMS.

At this time, most insurance plans cover TMS for major depressive disorder. However, TMS for obsessive compulsive disorder is not yet covered by insurance.

Active Path Mental Health Accepts Insurance

Active Path Mental Health is in-network with most commercial insurance plans as well as Medicare, Medicaid (Oregon Health Plan / Care Oregon), TRICARE and TriWest.

Our intake team works with patients to confirm TMS insurance coverage prior to initiating treatment to avoid surprises. To verify whether your insurance will cover your TMS Therapy, contact us at 503-683-8438. We can also schedule you for a free consultation to see if you might be a good candidate for this promising option to treat depression. After the consultation, we will run a verification of benefits.

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We are in network with:


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Active Path Mental Health accepts over 20 additional insurance plans. Contact us at 503-683-8438 to see if we are in network with your plan.

Patient Testimonial

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“I highly recommend TMS to anyone with depression. [Active Path Mental Health] took care of making sure I qualified for treatment, dealing with my insurance, and all the other things that needed to come together for me to receive treatment. If I was the one in charge of all that, my anxiety would have made it impossible.”