Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics Demonstration Program: Report to Congress, 2018. New Jersey

09/10/2019

State Population
(in millions)
DY1--Total to Receive CCBHC Services
(all pay sources)
DY1--Projected CCBHC Consumers
who are Medicaid Recipients*
9.01 79,782 34,482
Number as of
March 2018
Population Density of
Clinic Service Area
Organizational
Structure
Number of CCBHCs
also Certified as...
Number
of DCOs
in State
CCBHCs Service
Locations
Urban Urban/
Rural
Rural/
Frontier
Government
Run
Non-Profit
Organizations
FQHCs Health
Homes
7 20 6 1 0 1 6 0 5 8
State Impact Measures
  • Provide the most complete scope of services to individuals eligible for medical assistance under the state Medicaid program.
  • Improve availability of, access to, and participation in services to individuals eligible for medical assistance under the state Medicaid program.
* This estimate may include dual-eligible Medicaid and Medicare recipients.
State map of New Jersey.

State Entity Responsible for Monitoring Compliance

A CCBHC monitoring team involving staff from New Jersey FamilyCare (Medicaid), the Department of Children and Families, and the Department of Human Services' DMHAS.

Monitoring Instrument

Demonstration Application Guidance, State's Compliance with CCBHC Criteria Checklist, modified to include a provider self-assessment.

Method and Frequency of Monitoring

  • The CCBHC monitoring team monitors compliance with program requirements through annual on-site monitoring visits and review of an annual self-administered assessment tool.

  • Billing through the Medicaid Management Information System is reviewed quarterly. "Numbers served" are requested two times per month. The first full data submissions were submitted in January 2018 for state review.

Additional Safeguards

  • New Jersey's Department of Human Services contracted with Rutgers University to assess and monitor the implementation of EBPs among CCBHC providers.