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Used by service providers, excluding those providers subject to Article 28 of the Public Health Law, to request prior OASAS approval for specific actions related to (1) the certification of new chemical dependence treatment services or (2) changes in the circumstances under which currently certified chemical dependence treatment services are provided.
Forms associated with OASAS' Impaired Driver Services.
Forms and tools associated with the Independent Peer Review process.
The OASAS External User Access Request is used to request access to OASAS' automated systems.
These forms are used to report program activities and services, client demographics and fiscal and programmatic accountability.
PAS-xxG Forms and PAS-xxN Forms are available on the Client Data System.
PAS Housing Forms (PAS-xxH)
These forms are available for Housing Providers to use in establishing and maintaining participant files and tracking/reporting rental assistance and other program expenses.
Forms associated with the activities which are related to the development and enhancement of the staff who provide services associated with the prevention and treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse. Included are such activities as training, professional development, and credentialing.
These forms are used to assess preliminary certification proposals.
Forms related to Recovery Services.
These forms are associated exclusively with the collection of data to document and evaluate provider compliance with OASAS statutory and regulatory requirements.
Includes a variety of forms for program operations, including client consent forms that comply with 42 CFR and HIPAA requirements