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Forms for Providers

All providers

Customer Service Request Form

Complete this online Customer Service Request Form to address CYBER technical issues, and questions regarding clinical, billing, eligibility, and reporting issues. You will need your Provider Agency ID available to submit a request.

Clinical summary template

Complete the clinical summary template (DOC) to assist in the determination of an appropriate intensity of service in the management of a youth's emotional and behavioral needs for any of the following reasons:

Connecting with New Jersey Children’s System of Care (CSOC) Care Management services.

A supplemental document for care management-linked youth, who currently receive community-based therapeutic services, and are referred for out-of-home treatment.

Potential linkage to other CSOC services.

If you need more information regarding the clinical summary template, or referring a child for CSOC services, call PerformCare at 1-877-652-7624.

Intensity of service dispute form

Complete the intensity of service dispute form if you wish to dispute PerformCare's intensity of service (IOS) determination.

Release of information form

The family should fax the completed form to PerformCare at 1-877-736-9166 to request a release of a youth's medical record.

Intellectual/Developmental Disability Services

Crisis Stabilization and Assessment Program (CSAP-IDD) referral form

This form can be used by CMO or MRSS providers to refer youth to the Crisis Stabilization and Assessment Program (CSAP-IDD). CSAP provides 24-hour care in a highly structured, community-based treatment setting with professional competencies and capabilities to stabilize youth with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) in crisis who are unable to be safely supported in their current living situation. 

The Child Adaptive Behavior Summary (CABS) is also required as part of the Crisis Stabilization and Assessment for I/DD (CSAP-IDD) referral. The CABS should be completed and signed by the youth’s primary caregiver — the person who is most familiar with the youth. The CABS can be used as a fillable PDF, or printed out and completed by hand.

Individual Support Services - CABS

Activities of daily living (ADLs) consist of self-care tasks and Instrumental ADLs enable an individual to live independently in the community. An Individual Support Technician must arrange to meet with the parent/legal guardian/custodian and jointly complete the Child Adaptive Behavior Summary (CABS).

Intermediate Inpatient Units 

Interventionist Supporting Document

Intermediate Inpatient Unit (IU) providers should use the interventionist support document (ISD) to request a continued stay authorization or a transition.

Out-of-Home (OOH) providers

Out-of-home (OOH) referral packet checklist

Complete this packet if you are referred to the Division of Children's System of Care, CSOC specialized residential treatment unit (SRTU), or are requesting a Tier II Consultation.

Child Adaptive Behavior Summary (CABS)

The Child Adaptive Behavior Summary (CABS) should be used for Out-of-Home referrals involving youth who are either eligible for intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD) services through CSOC or if the I/DD module has been completed in the Strengths and Needs Assessment.

The CABS is also required as part of the Crisis Stabilization and Assessment for I/DD (CSAP-IDD) referral.

The CABS should be completed and signed by the youth's primary caregiver —the person who is most familiar with the youth. The CABS can be used as a fillable PDF, or printed out and completed by hand.

Tier II Consultation form

Complete the Tier II Consultation form to request a Tier II Consultation determination.

Transitional Joint Care Review (TJCR)

Create a TJCR when the Child Family Team agrees that a transition from one OOH provider to another will best meet the needs of the child. 

Substance Use Treatment Services

Initial Assessment for Substance Use Treatment

As part of the new substance use authorization process, substance use treatment providers are required to use the new Substance Use Treatment Initial Assessment form. All documents should be faxed to the PerformCare substance use provider fax number at 1-877-949-6590.

The 42 CFR Part 2 consent forms must be faxed on the first day of admission, and the initial clinical assessments should be faxed within the first 30 days of admission. The clinical documents must provide clinical justification for the youth's treatment at the requested intensity of service.

Do not use any other fax number associated with PerformCare for substance use treatment documents.

Substance use treatment consent and release form

This consent form is used exclusively by substance use providers and intensive in-community (IIC) assessors who specialize in substance use. Use it to disclose information to PerfomCare for referral and/or treatment. This is limited to:

  • Substance use treatment providers contracted by DCF/CSOC.
  • IIC assessors who have LCADC credentials submitting the Needs/BPS substance use assessment.
  • Probation, parole, and juvenile court representatives sending PerformCare substance use information or assessments (this does not include juvenile detention center representatives).

All other providers and community partners should continue using the standard consent/release form.

Substance use treatment service-related documents that require faxing to PerformCare must be submitted via this dedicated, toll-free fax line: 1-877-949-6590. Do not use any other fax number associated with PerformCare for substance use treatment documents.

Additional substance use treatment information