Office of Children and Family Services

Bridges to Health

Supervision and Treatment Services for Juveniles Program (STSJP)

STSJP Claiming Instructions

STSJP is a reimbursement-based program. Municipalities (New York City and counties) are eligible to receive 62 percent state reimbursement of eligible program costs.

Municipality personnel who regularly prepare detention claims in the Juvenile Detention Automation System (JDAS) will have the appropriate permission level to prepare STSJP claims; if not, a request can be sent to the STSJP mailbox: STSJP claims submitted via JDAS will be electronically signed by the municipality’s chief fiscal officer. The chief fiscal officer who regularly e-signs detention claims will have the ability to e-sign STSJP claims in JDAS. Other personnel from a municipality who need access to JDAS to either prepare or e-sign STSJP claims must submit a JDAS user request form. Please contact Dan Hulihan, the JDAS system coordinator, at for a user request form. Send email requests to

Please make every effort to submit all claims in a timely manner and please note that municipalities have to enter STSJP claims.

Instructions for completing STSJP claims in JDAS can be found by logging onto JDAS and selecting the “Help” tab from the main menu, then selecting “STSJP - Understanding the STSJP Electronic Claims Submission Process and How to Enter Information.”

Once you have a JDAS account, you can create and submit your STSJP claims via the JDAS portal: http://apps.ocfs.state.nyenet/jdas.

Questions concerning STSJP claims and reimbursement should be directed to the STSJP mailbox:

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