DCP&P Frequently Asked Questions
- What is CYBER?
- I would like to be able to access CYBER, but I don't have a login name and password.
- My CYBER account is locked. What should I do?
- Can I request behavioral health services for a child, youth, or young adult involved with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P)?
- If I have a court order, why do I have to go through the referral process to access services?
- How are intensive in-community (IIC) services obtained?
- Under what circumstances can PerformCare disclose information about a youth without signed consent by the family and youth age 14 and older?
- How do I access Division of Children's System of Care out of home treatment (treatment home, group home, residential treatment center, etc.)?
- Is consent needed by the family in order to complete a telephonic review for OOH treatment?
- What is YouthLink?
CYBER is a fully functional, multi-system, electronic health record. The protected health information (PHI) contained in CYBER is protected by HIPAA regulations and should be accessed only on a need to know basis. Please review HIPAA regulations and address any questions with your supervisor to ensure compliance.
Currently only DCP&P Team Leaders are granted access to CYBER.
Please use the Customer Service Request Form at www.performcarenj.org/ServiceDesk or contact your organization’s local CYBER Security Administrator for assistance.
When DCP&P has custody or guardianship of youth, DCP&P may both register and seek authorization for services. When DCP&P is involved and does not have custody or guardianship, DCP&P may register the youth, but the legal guardian must consent before services can be authorized.
Services accessed through PerformCare are authorized based upon the clinical needs of the child, youth, or young adult, not by a court order alone.
IIC services are available as a part of a behavioral health plan for children enrolled in Care Management or Mobile Response Stabilization Services (MRSS).
PerformCare may disclose information without consent by the family and youth age 14 and older when DCP&P has custody, guardianship, a court order, or is investigating abuse and neglect.
Out of Home treatment (OOH) is our highest intensity of care and is only accessed when all other therapeutic interventions have been exhausted. A referral for OOH is made by DCP&P or Care Management. DCP&P can make this referral by completing a comprehensive telephonic review. Telephonic Review guidelines and additional information regarding OOH treatment settings are also available.
Consent is not needed when DCP&P has custody or guardianship. Signed consent or verbal consent received via telephone conference call is required when the role of DCP&P is involvement only.
YouthLink is an electronic file created and maintained by PerformCare. YouthLink identifies children, youth, and young adults referred for Out of Home Treatment services, and allows for appropriate placement by accurately matching the Intensity of Service (IOS) needs, the OOH Provider information and program capacity.