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We thank you for interest in joining the Indiana Access to Recovery (INATR) provider network. Unfortunately, INATR is currently not accepting applications for providers in all service areas in all eleven counties currently served by INATR (Allen, Clark, Elkhart, Floyd, Johnson, Lake, Marion, Monroe, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh, and Vigo.)
Who Can Become a Provider?
INATR is seeking clinical treatment and recovery support providers that are capable of providing services to eligible male and female adults with substance use problems and disorders. Organizations can be nonprofit or for profit and can be faith-based or secular in nature.
Do I Need to Complete an Application?
Yes. To become a provider for INATR, your agency will need to complete the provider application in its entirety. The Provider Application is comprised of four parts:
The application must be typed. Handwritten applications will not be processed. Click HERE to download the provider application.
Is there an Application Fee?
There is no fee to apply to become an INATR provider.
Are There Additional Requirements Before I Can Offer Services to INATR Clients?
The final step for INATR provider certification is to attend the mandatory INATR Policy and Procedures training. This training covers all INATR policies and procedures, and provides detailed instructions on using the Web Infrastructure for Treatment Services (WITS) system. The WITS system is used by all INATR providers to obtain authorization and bill for services provided to INATR clients.
Training dates and information can be obtained from the ATR Calendar
How Long Does the Certification Process Take?
Generally, provider applications are reviewed within 45 days of receipt. INATR program staff may request supplementary information or require the agency to complete additional paperwork before certification. Before services can be authorized for INATR clients, the agency must complete the aforementioned mandatory INATR training. Once INATR program staff determine that all required documents are present and the provider is scheduled to attend the required training, a letter of certification will be sent to the agency.
Where Should I Send My Provider Application?
Please submit INATR provider applications to:
Indiana Access to Recovery
Attn: Provider Applications
Division of Mental Health and Addiction
402 W. Washington Street, Room W353
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Applications can be submitted electronically to Angela.Boarman@fssa.IN.gov. Remember, handwritten applications will not be processed.
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