No -- clozapine is the active ingredient in Versacloz, not a generic version of it. What can be confusing is that the active ingredient of a drug is often referred to as the "generic name." The generic name is different from a generic version of a medicine.
In order for there to be a generic version, the original medicine must have gone off-patent and another company besides the original manufacturer must make the product.
It is worthwhile to note that clozapine is also the active ingredient in the medications Clozaril® and FazaClo®. Clozaril comes in the form of a tablet that is taken by mouth. FazaClo is an orally disintegrating tablet, which is a type of tablet that is designed to dissolve on the tongue.