Brenda Harris-Collins

OASAS Residential Application Intensive Presentations

CASA/MCTAC and OASAS offered a three-day intensive for New York City providers to complete their 820 designation applications. These presentations lay the foundation for transformation and highlight key concepts that providers will address in their 820 applications, such as person-centered care, trauma-informed care, measurement-based care, and ancillary withdrawal.

Presentations on these four key concepts can be downloaded below. 
 

820 Revised Designation Application Webinar

This webinar was intended for professionals in New York State who provide OASAS Certified Residential Substance Abuse and Crisis Treatment services (Part 819 and Part 816.9) and who are transitioning to Part 820.

This webinar provided: 

  • Section by section instructions for the revised and reformatted designation application 
  • Intent & key points to assist providers in prepararing their applications for designation from Part 819 and Part 816.9 to Part 820 regulations

Please note:

In-Person HCBS Service Cluster Training Series

MCTAC offered a training series for rest-of-state adult BH HCBS providers in July 2016, which covered the following:

  • An in-depth outline of specific services
  • Billing/staffing requirements
  • Billing guidelines
  • Documentation expectations
  • Exclusions

These trainings were geared toward currently designated adult BH HCBS providers in the rest of state regions, specifically staff, management, and leadership who overseeing and implementing HCBS in their agency.
The events were held statewide on the following dates:  

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