Veteran Assistance and Care in Orlando

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Veteran Assistance and Care in Orlando


1 in 4 active duty service members experience symptoms of a mental health condition. Due to ongoing societal stigmas, many veterans or service members suffering go undiagnosed.

At Revitalizing Infusion Therapies, we want to lead by example. By connecting with the VA Community Care Network (CCN), we are joining a community of providers dedicated to helping veterans who are struggling.

spravato treatment for veterans in south florida by Revitalizing Infusion Therapies in Kissimmee, FL

SPRAVATO™ for Veterans

SPRAVATO™, also known as Esketamine, is an FDA-approved treatment that has relieved thousands of individuals suffering from treatment-resistant depression.

Administered as a nasal spray under the supervision of our certified healthcare providers, SPRAVATO™ is unique in that it may be able to alleviate symptoms of depression within hours rather than the weeks or months a typical antidepressant may take.

While a standard antidepressant, such as the SSRIs Fluoxetine (Prozac) or Sertraline (Zoloft), targets specific neurotransmitters in the brain like serotonin, SPRAVATO™ targets the NMDA receptor within nerve cells and helps reset these connections between nerve cells. SPRAVATO™ went through both short-term and long-term trials before the FDA approved it for use with treatment-resistant depression.

What is the Process for VA Patients for SPRAVATO™?


VA confirms a Veteran’s eligibility to receive Community Care

VA Contacts CCN Provider

VA requests CCN provider accept referral and confirms provider’s preferred method to receive referral

Schedule Appointment

Veteran, VA staff member or Optum schedules an appointment with a CCN Provider

Reviews Consult Order

Provider reviews consult order included with the approved referral for services being requested by VA

  • Before scheduling an appointment, the Veteran (Patient) should confirm with a VA staff member that they are eligible for and authorized to receive community care.
  • VA will send a referral to the Veteran (Patient) and to the selected community provider.
  • The VA referral is important because it authorizes the Veteran (Patient) to receive care from a community provider.
  • Without a referral, the VA will not reimburse.
  • Once a referral is sent to the Veteran (Patient) and selected community provider, an appointment can be scheduled.
  • After a community care consult has been approved and a referral is sent to the selected provider, the Veteran (Patient) can directly contact the community provider in VA’s Network to schedule an appointment.
  • The Veteran (Patient) should provide the appointment information to the VA staff member as soon as possible in order to ensure tracking and continuity of care.
  • When the Veteran (Patient) arrives for the appointment, the community provider should have the appointment, VA referral, and pertinent medical documentation on file and be ready to see the Veteran
  • If the Veteran (Patient) needs a follow-up appointment, the community care provider must ensure the VA has authorized additional care before scheduling a follow-up appointment. The community care provider should check the VA referral to verify if additional care is authorized, if this cannot be determined, the community provider should contact the local VA medical facility that authorized the care to determine the next steps.
  • The Community provider selected must be in VA’s network. If there is a specific community provider the Veteran would like to see that is not in the VA’s network, VA may be able to add the provider to its in-network; however, this may take some time, and not all providers may want to be part of VA’s network.
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