About This Program
NRPVYC has managed the Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) clinical training program in Nebraska since 2009 and has trained over 200 CPP clinicians. It is recognized and appreciated that CPP is an intensive service requiring significant clinical time that is not fully reimbursable through insurance, which may lead to fewer CPP cases or referrals accepted.
To address this challenge, NRPVYC applied for and has been awarded ARPA federal funding through UNMC BHECN (Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska) to provide enhanced reimbursement to CPP clinicians for services performed between January 1, 2023, and December 31, 2025, that are not reimbursable by insurance or other funding opportunities.
NRPVYC will evaluate whether CPP capacity increases across Nebraska as a result. The short-term goal of this project is to increase CPP service capacity in Nebraska. The long-term goal of this project is to utilize findings from the evaluation to help inform systems changes in the reimbursement rules for CPP.
How to Request Reimbursement for Services
Step 1: Download and Complete Forms
To request reimbursement for services, CPP clinicians will need to submit both of the following forms:
If your company/agency is being paid directly, submit a completed W-9 form (PDF), along with the CPP Reimbursement Eligibility Request and UNL Visiting Personnel Form.
Step 2: Submit Forms
Submit all forms by email or mail to Cassandra Roberts:
- Email: email@example.com
ATTN: Cassandra Roberts
UNL-Center on Children, Families, and the Law
206 S 13th St, Suite 1000
Lincoln, NE 68508
Instructions for completing and submitting the forms are included in the forms. Please read carefully and complete the forms accurately in order to efficiently process your reimbursement.