Request for Information - SMHRF Comparable Service

Illinois Department of Human Services / Division of Mental Health
Community Expansion under PA 09-0104/SB 0026
("SMHRF Comparable Services")

October 23, 2013

Context and Background

On July 22, 2013 Governor Pat Quinn signed Senate Bill 26, creating Public Act 098-0104. Section 1-101 states that this Act may be cited as the Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Act of 2013.

Section 1-101.3 states that "Facilities licensed under this Act will be multi-faceted facilities that provide triage and crisis stabilization to inpatient hospitalization, provide stabilization for those in post crisis stabilization, and provide transitional living assistance to prepare those with serious mental illness to reintegrate successfully into community living settings." [emphasis added] Language in Section 1-101.5 "provides for licensure of long term care facilities that are federally designated as an Institute for Mental Disease" (IMD). There are 24 facilities in Illinois that are impacted by this Act which are listed in Appendix A. These facilities will be referred to as SMHRF's (Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Facilities) throughout this document.

Section 6-104.3 of this Act contains language regarding comparable programs. Specifically, it requires the Department of Human Services/Division of Mental Health to oversee the creation of comparable programs to be provided by community-based providers. (The full text of this section can be found in Appendix B.) This Request for Information (RFI) seeks proposals from DHS/DMH contracted community providers, in the geographic areas of the SMHRF's, for the comparable programs outlined later in this document. Maps of the specific geographical areas targeted in this RFI are in Appendix C and D. Appendices E, F and G provide maps and a listing of hospitals with psychiatric units

The Development Process

The DHS/Division of Mental Health, in collaboration with the Governor's Office and other State Departments, worked to identify needed comparable programs using the following principles: 1) build upon work previously completed; 2) include a broad array of stakeholders in the process; 3) use data to inform the development; and 4) consider programs that provide increased choice for consumers.

Building upon work previously completed, DHS/DMH reviewed the following two documents for relevancy and guidance:

A. Illinois Mental Health 2013-2018 Strategic Plan

The Illinois Mental Health Strategic Plan (http://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=62230) developed in December 2012 was created by DHS/DMH and numerous stakeholders. The following principles were adopted as relevant to guide the design of comparable programs:

  • Funding for mental health services is appropriate to meet the needs and priorities within state budgetary constraints. All additional sources of funding (federal, private insurance, etc.) are maximized.
  • Services for individuals of all ages with mental health conditions are person-centered, strengths-based, trauma informed, and culturally competent. Services are founded on evidence-based, evidence-informed, best and emerging promising practices.
  • Services are flexible, tailored, and provided in the least restrictive setting appropriate to the individual's needs.
  • The direct involvement of individuals with lived experience of mental illnesses, and of family members of children and adolescents with emotional disorders, guides the planning, provision, and monitoring of mental health services.

Also identified from the Strategic Plan were the following priorities, goals and objectives:

  • Strategic Priority #7: Ensure that hospitalization and institutional care, when necessary, is available to meet demand now and in the future.
  • Goal 1: Ensure that hospitals, residential and other treatment facilities serving individuals with mental illness deliver services in a recovery-oriented manner with clear plans and "pathways" for discharge.

Short term objectives:

  1. Reduce the rate of psychiatric hospitalizations and re-hospitalizations through greater use of community crisis intervention teams and the development of short-term sub-acute units in non-hospital residential treatment settings.
  2. Provide more effective transition from residential settings to the community with more deliberate and planned community living skills training before transition (such as promote "doing with" interventions rather than "doing for" interventions, such as training a person with diabetes in illness self-management rather than managing it for that person) and with better linkages between community agencies and residential treatment settings. Ensure greater integration of recovery-oriented approaches into residential treatment settings.
  • Goal 2: Assess the current role of existing residential and other treatment facilities and enhance the effectiveness, efficiency, and coordination of the service system by encouraging and facilitating new roles and responsibilities for key components of the system.

Short term objectives:

  1. Develop a plan to build on the relationships that exist between facilities and other community providers to create joint treatment approaches, discharge planning.
  2. Explore expansion of focus of transitional housing sites beyond just homeless individuals to include individuals with mental illness needing housing until a more permanent housing situation can be secured.
  3. Explore and plan for incorporation of 72-hour clinic observation beds for stabilization and expedient referral to the most appropriate treatment site from hospital emergency departments.

B. Human Service Commission Report Recommendations on Rebalancing Long Term Care

The following recommendations were considered as being relevant to our work (http://www2.illinois.gov/hsc/Pages/default.aspx):

  • Recommendation 1: Develop a communication and public information campaign to build a broader community consensus on the importance of Rebalancing Long-term Care for Illinois.
  • Recommendation 2: Compile a Comprehensive Rebalancing Strategic Work plan incorporating individual plans, transition goals and outcomes, strategies, financial resources, and timelines.
  • Recommendation 3: Develop a plan to build community capacity and service delivery that outlines strategies to meet service and support needs of individuals with disabilities living in the community.
  • Recommendation 4: Develop a strategic plan to clearly identify the housing needs and goals, the resource allocations, the accomplishments to date and gaps in the systems, and the strategies to fill the gaps across the Rebalancing Initiatives.
  • Recommendation 5: The State and stakeholders should conduct, and report on, an analysis to determine benefits, costs and impact on Rebalancing of adopting and implementing enhancements to expand coverage and streamline payment processes under the existing and new home and community based service options for individuals transitioning under eligible Rebalancing Initiatives.
  • Recommendation 6: State agency, managed care entities, and providers as identified by the State of Illinois must coordinate implementation of managed care to clearly demonstrate the roles and responsibilities, service components for individual coverage, and opportunities for improved outcomes created under coordinated care.

Stakeholder Input

A broad array of stakeholder input was solicited consisting of representatives from consumers who had lived in long term care facilities, DHS contracted community providers, trade associations, managed care entities, community hospital discharge planners, DMH Pre-Admission Screeners (PAS), labor and state departments (Appendix H:). Specific information was obtained on the type of programs needed to meet the objectives of the language of the Act.

Input was received both from focus groups and community providers. These meetings were instructive in identifying key issues and service needs. A summary of each discussion follows:

Major Findings from August 20, 2013 Focus Group of Former Nursing Home Mental Health Consumers

  1. Few were asked or given choice between admission to nursing facility or an alternative; all passively agreed
  2. Many felt their stay at nursing facility helped them to become more stabilized but would have preferred more community-based settings
  3. Services needed in the community:
    • Peer support and socialization opportunities (people to talk to)
    • Transitional residential settings
    • Job support/coaching
  4. Biggest challenges living in the community:
    • Transportation (e.g., getting to the store)
    • Assimilating back to society; time-warp (time lost); do not know what is going on and how to fit in
    • Loneliness; not knowing how to branch out; want to hang out with "normal people"

Major Findings from August 21, 2013 Focus Group of Pre-Admission Screeners (PAS)

  1. Primary reason for referral to nursing homes is lack of a residence that provides high level of support and continuing need for stabilization
  2. Medication and service non-compliance a precipitating factor for many hospitalizations
  3. Although many individuals are beyond their first episode of mental illness, they are not linked to any provider or system, due to insufficient follow-up and linkage to outpatient services
  4. Identified following needs:
    • more assertive outreach and bringing services to the consumer;
    • short term emergency housing (many consumers are homeless or cannot return to prior living situation); dual diagnosis substance use services, especially residential that is longer than 28 days that includes assistance in skill development and housing search;
    • longer term mental health residential treatment with 24 hour supervision; community provider stationed at emergency department to direct some individuals to crisis beds with mobile follow-up;
    • Triage Center in emergency department

Major Findings from August 30, 2013 Focus Group of Hospital Discharge Planners

  1. Relatively few individuals are experiencing their first psychiatric episode or hospitalization
    • Estimated 50% have substance use issues, and
    • Of those, 25-30% need primary substance use services
  2. Need to have post-hospital options for placement/housing
  3. Would be helpful to have post-discharge providers do their "intake" and meet the individual before discharge from the hospital
    • Should not place these individuals on "waiting lists" for community services
  4. Need for more supervision of the individuals post-discharge
    • Follow-up to ensure keep appointments, get and take medications
    • Intervene prior to any problematic issues arising or decompensation
  5. Estimate that approximately 30% will still need longer term care even with more robust community placements and services available, i.e., these individuals need longer term stabilization
    • Would be useful to have placement option available that is between outpatient community services in Permanent Supportive Housing and long-term institutional care
  6. A triage center within or near the hospital to permit additional observation of the individual to assess their real needs would be helpful

Needed Services Identified from SMHRF Community Meeting Group:

  • Housing and housing subsidies, Housing First Model;
  • Transitional housing that is immediately available, provides short term housing, skill development, staff available on-site 24 hours, example given was Interfaith House Respite Care;
  • Model of Substance Abuse Recovery Homes where individuals may leave during the day to attend treatment, licensed/regulated Recovery Homes, capable to address mental health issues in addition to substance use issues;
  • Strong relationship between hospitals and community providers to enhance referring to community options, hospitals are primary intercept point;
  • Co-location of provider at hospital EDs to assess for appropriateness for alternative treatment settings;
  • Community based triage centers and Living Room models operated by peers;
  • Length of stay in DMH residential programs should be determined by individual needs.

The group prioritized these needs as follows:

  1. Make housing options more readily available (transitional, permanent)
  2. Community linkages with the hospitals
  3. Improve effective utilization of crisis residential beds
  4. On a longer time frame, develop community triage centers

In addition, DHS/DMH utilized three types of data to inform the process. Information was obtained regarding psychiatric admissions, psychiatric presentations in emergency rooms, and admissions into nursing facilities. A summary of this data is included in Appendices I, J, K, L, M and N.

Sequential Intercept Analysis

To identify the crucial areas for infrastructure and service development, DHS/DMH utilized the sequential intercept model. That is, data were analyzed to understand the trajectory experienced by consumers on their path to long term care and to identify the optimal opportunities for diversion or deflection to community-based services. From this analysis, two critical intercepts emerged: 1) hospital psychiatric discharges (74% of PAS/RR evaluations were referred by private hospital psychiatric units) which lead to referrals to long term care facilities; and 2) psychiatric presentations to hospital emergency rooms which lead to psychiatric unit admissions.

As a result, DHS/DMH has identified several areas for development, which are the focus of this RFI. These areas include the development of new services and supports to intercede with individuals that would likely otherwise be referred into the long term care system. While responses to provide individual services or supports identified will be considered, it is believed that the most effective proposals will be those that address the full array of services and supports needed in a systematic way. Thus, respondents are encouraged to collaborate with other providers within their community to propose a system of care to address the triage, crisis stabilization and transitional living needs of that community.

Services for Critical Intercepts to Long Term Care Referrals

DHS/DMH utilized the sequential intercept model to identify the crucial areas for infrastructure and service development.

SERVICES/PACKAGES TO BE PURCHASED UNDER THIS RFI

I. TRIAGE

  1. CRISIS ASSESSMENT AND LINKAGE TO SERVICES: For individuals presenting at emergency departments in a geographically selected area, the agency will provide skilled crisis assessment and intervention that includes the identification of ongoing care needs of the individual and linkage to the appropriate provider(s) of services. This will most likely require the development of partnerships with other service providers within the area.
    To be eligible for this service, at the point of contact, the individual must be in an emergency department within the covered geographic area, experiencing a psychiatric crisis or at risk of psychiatric crisis, and in need of immediate intervention to prevent the need for hospitalization related to the crisis. For this purpose, a psychiatric crisis is defined as the acute exacerbation of symptoms related to a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of serious persistent mental illness, which is resulting in the loss of previous level of functioning.
  2. TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN LEVELS OF CARE: In managing and coordinating services for an individual immersed in a mental health crisis or potential crisis, transportation to the most appropriate site for services or supports may be necessary. Providers are encouraged to seek and employ the least intrusive and least expensive method of safe transportation possible. For some individuals who have become sufficiently stabilized this may mean the use of family or friends to drive or escort the individual on public transportation, or the payment of bus or cab fare for the individual. For other individuals and situations, however, a safer and more secure method of transportation may be required.
    DMH is interested in purchasing transportation services that are: 1) focused on individualized, person-centered services in a safe and dignified, medically appropriate, high quality manner; 2) designed to accommodate the voluntary transport of consumers for the purpose of intervening in a mental health crisis or potential crisis at the earliest opportunity possible to minimize exacerbation of symptoms and problems for the individual as well as system reliance on more restrictive and expensive services; and 3) guided by tenets of trauma-informed care.

II. CRISIS STABILIZATION

  1. DISCHARGE LINKAGE AND COORDINATION OF SERVICES: For individuals being discharged from psychiatric units of community hospitals, the agency will provide immediate access to all recommended services, and will provide assertive outreach for any individual that fails to appear for an initial discharge linkage appointment.
    To be eligible for this service, the individual must be receiving services in a psychiatric unit of a community hospital within the selected geographic area, or DMH State Hospital, must live within the specified geographic service area of the community agency, must be in need of ongoing outpatient mental health care for symptoms related to a serious persistent mental illness as defined within the DHS/DMH provider manual, and must have either no previous engagement with a mental health treatment provider or have a history of failed appointments with a mental health provider.
  2. OUTREACH TO INDIVIDUALS TO ENGAGE IN SERVICES: Individuals who are unengaged from services can be considered to be in the Pre-Contemplation Stage of recovery. They may lack awareness or understanding of their illness, recovery concepts or how personal behavior may contribute to the course of illness. In addition, their inability to develop trusting relationships may prevent them from engaging in recovery or treatment. To increase the likelihood of engagement, the provider who has received a referral through either crisis contact or hospital discharge will actively engage individuals in a trusting relationship in an effort to facilitate their participation in mental health services. This will include an attempt at outreach to the individual within 24 hours of the referral from crisis evaluation or hospital discharge. As long as it remains clear that the individual continues to suffer from serious mental illness, attempts at establishing a trusting relationship will continue for at least three months. The agency will ensure that staff providing these outreach services have been appropriately and adequately trained and assessed for competency in engagement techniques.
  3. RESIDENTIAL CRISIS BEDS: DHS/DMH currently funds a number of supervised crisis residential settings for individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis and in need of 24 hour services and supports. Proposals for expansion of this type of treatment setting will also be considered. Such programs should be designed to provide 24 hour supervision and access to comprehensive crisis intervention services including access to psychiatric and nursing care.
    To be eligible for this level of treatment, the individual must have a diagnosis of mental illness as defined in Rule 132, be experiencing acute exacerbation of psychiatric symptoms, in need for assessment and treatment within a structured, supervised, therapeutic environment and must be in need of 24 hour services and support as indicated by a LOCUS level of care recommendation of 5 (Medically Monitored Residential Services).

III. TRANSITIONAL LIVING

  1. TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTERS (TLC): for individuals meeting clinical eligibility criteria described below, and who lack a safe living environment, the provider will create these locations which will provide housing for no more than 16 individuals at a time, with access to treatment services and supports necessary to the individual's recovery. Referral into a TLC would require authorization, with an anticipated length of stay of three months or less. In the event that an individual's stay needed to go beyond three months, concurrent authorizations would be required. Because the program is transitional in nature, it is expected that the focus is on assisting the individual in securing a permanent living arrangement as soon as possible, given the individual's particular situation. The provider is also expected to take the opportunity to engage the individual in developing and implementing a plan of care to address the individual's mental health needs and wellness goals. Individuals served in this setting are not expected to require 24 hour supervision, but there should be staff on-site 24/7 to assist with non-clinical support needs. Due to the nature of services and supports to be provided, DHS/DMH anticipates that the majority of rehabilitative treatment in the TLC will be provided by individuals credentialed or eligible and working towards credential as Certified Recovery Support Specialists (CRSS).
    To be eligible for TLC, the individual must be diagnosed with a serious persistent mental illness as defined by the DHS/DMH provider manual, must be homeless or most recently have been living in conditions which are not considered safe/conducive to mental health recovery, must be in need of mental health services and supports, and must be willing to engage in recommended treatment with the provider agency. In addition, the individual must meet the LOCUS level of care recommendation of 3(high intensity community based services).
  2. TRANSITIONAL SUPERVISED RESIDENTIAL SETTINGS: DHS/DMH currently funds a number of supervised residential settings for individuals in need of 24 hour services and supports in a supervised living arrangement. Proposals for expansion of this type of treatment setting will also be considered. As with the TLC described above, such programs should be designed with a transitional philosophy, with a focus on assisting the individual in developing the skills necessary to transition to permanent supportive housing, and assisting with that transition as soon as the individual's needs allow for this to occur.
    To be eligible for this level of treatment, the individual must be diagnosed with a serious persistent mental illness as defined by the DHS/DMH provider manual, and must be in need of 24 hour services and supports as indicated by a LOCUS level of care recommendation of 5 (Medically Monitored Residential Services).

Required Information in Proposal to RFI

  1. Identifying Information on lead agency and all partners in the proposal
    1. Names and addresses of each agency
    2. Addresses of each agency Identified project lead for each agency
    3. Specific Services proposed to be provided by each agency
  2. Financial stability of the lead agency and all partners in the proposal
    1. General assessment of the financial stability of organization(s) and its ability to sustain operations into the future of the next five years
    2. Number of days of operation possible with cash on hand
    3. Current total amount of available lines of credit not currently being utilized
    4. Ratio of total assets to total liabilities
    5. Resources of any affiliated organizations that could be available to support the services described above
  3. Data on population that would benefit from services
    1. Total admissions to each community hospital psychiatric units in the proposed geographic service area that are participating in this initiative July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012
    2. Total number of discharges from community psychiatric units to long term care (nursing facilities including those designated as IMDs) that are participating in this initiative between July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013
    3. Total presentations to emergency departments participating in this initiative in the geographic area targeted that received a discharge diagnosis of a psychiatric disorder contained in the DHS/DMH target population diagnostic list between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012
  4. Describe in detail the services you would propose for the area
    1. TRIAGE:
      1. Crisis Assessments and Linkage to Services
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services? In supervising the services?
        3. Is the agency certified to bill for Rule 132 Crisis Intervention and Case Management Services?
        4. What structures would be developed to ensure that services are provided where the individual is located (mobility of the service)?
        5. Describe any prior experience in the delivery of this type of service to individuals with mental illnesses.
        6. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        7. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
      2. Transportation between Levels of Car
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. How many transports could be in process at one time?
        3. What would be the training requirements for staff completing the transport?
        4. What are the qualifications of staff completing the transportations?
        5. Describe any existing community relationships and others that would need to be developed to ensure that transportation occurs in a timely way to the appropriate service location.
        6. Describe the transport vehicle or vehicles and how they would be acquired and maintained if owned by the agency.
        7. Describe the process which will determine which vehicle will be used for the transport if there are multiple levels of vehicles.
        8. Describe the agency's experience in providing transport services to treatment locations.
        9. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services.
        10. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
    2. CRISIS STABILIZATION:
      1. Discharge Linkage and Coordination of Services
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What partnership agreements would be developed with the community hospitals?
        3. What current relationships exist between the agency and community hospitals?
        4. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services? In supervising the services?
        5. Is the agency certified to bill for Rule 132 Case Management Services?
        6. What other resources exist within the community that would be utilized to ensure successful community transitions? What partnership agreements will be needed for this to occur? What is the status of current relationships between the involved parties?
        7. Describe in detail the model you would propose to provide this linkage and coordination of services.
        8. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        9. Describe any prior experience in the delivery of this type of service to individuals with mental illnesses.
        10. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
      2. Outreach to Individuals to Engage in Services
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services? In supervising the services?
        3. Describe in detail the engagement strategies and model you would propose.
        4. Describe any existing community relationships and others that would need to be developed to ensure success.
        5. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        6. Describe prior experience in the delivery of this type of service to individuals with mental illnesses.
        7. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
      3. Residential Crisis Beds
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What is the proposed location for this program?
        3. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services? In supervising the services?
        4. Describe any existing Residential Crisis Bed program operated by the agency.
        5. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        6. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
    3. TRANSITIONAL LIVING:
      1. Transitional Living Centers
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What is the proposed location for the TLC? Is this property currently owned/controlled by the agency, or would it need to be acquired? How would the agency fund the acquisition of the location?
        3. How many individuals would be served at any one time?
        4. What services and supports would be necessary and available at this site?
        5. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services/supports? In managing the program?
        6. What would be the admission criteria into the program?
        7. How would individuals served be involved in the policy development and oversight of the program?
        8. Describe the relationships that would be necessary to ensure access to community services outside the TLC.
        9. Describe the process you would use to assure linkage with permanent housing in the community to assure that this is a transitional living center.
        10. Describe how you would define transitional. Describe prior experience in the development of similar services.
        11. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        12. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.
      2. Transitional Supervised Residential Settings
        1. Which agency would provide these services?
        2. What is the proposed location for the residential setting? Is this property currently owned/controlled by the agency, or would it need to be acquired? How would the agency fund the acquisition of the location?
        3. How many individuals would be served at any one time?
        4. What services and supports would be necessary and available at this site?
        5. What are the qualifications of the staff that would be involved in providing the services/supports? In managing the program?
        6. What would be the admission criteria into the program?
        7. How would individuals served be involved in the policy development and oversight of the program?
        8. Describe the relationships that would be necessary to ensure access to community services outside the residential setting.
        9. Describe the process you would use to assure linkage with permanent housing in the community to assure that this is a transitional residential program.
        10. Describe any existing Supervised Residential program operated by the agency and any prior experience in the development of similar services.
        11. Describe the data you would collect and processes to monitor the quality of these services and the outcomes of this program.
        12. Describe how you would propose funding these services in order to assure accountability for state funds.

Proposal Due Date and Time: Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 12:00 p.m.

Send one electronic copy (in Microsoft Word) and two paper copies of your response to this Request for Information by the due date and time to:

  • Jackie Manker, Associate Director
    DHS Division of Mental Health
    319 E Madison, Ste 3B
    Springfield, Illinois 62701
    Phone: 217-558-5108
    e-mail: Jackie.manker@illinois.gov

Please direct all questions regarding the general procedures for responding to this Request for Information to: dhs.mh@illinois.gov.

DHS/DMH would like to thank your organization in advance for reviewing this Request for Information (RFI).1 Our community partners and other stakeholders have long constituted the bedrock of the public mental health services available for residents of Illinois. DHS/DMH appreciates your organization's ongoing efforts and values your input into the further evolution of our service model.


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This RFI does not constitute any commitment by the State to follow any particular procurement course of action. The RFI is for informational purposes only and may not necessarily result in an award of a contract or an increase in funding of an existing contract. The information provided in response to this RFI is considered the property of the DHS/DMH and will be kept confidential by the DHS/DMH to the extent permitted by law. Information that you provide that you consider to be a trade secret or you consider confidential/proprietary (See section 7(1)(g) of the Illinois Freedom of Information Act 5 ILCS 140/7) must be claimed as such at the time of submission. In addition, a detailed written justification explaining why the provided information is a trade secret or is confidential/proprietary must also be submitted. Please note that the DHS/DMH cannot reimburse community service agencies or other entities for any expenses associated with responding to this RFI.


Appendix A:

Institutes for Mental Disease (IMD) that are now SMHRFs

FACILITY NAME ADDRESS CITY ZIP CODE TELEPHONE
1 Abbott House 405 Central Avenue Highland Park 60035 847/432-6080
2 Albany Care 901 Maple Avenue Evanston 60202 847/475-4000
3 Bayside Terrace 1100 South Lewis Waukegan 60085 847/244-8196
4 Belmont Nursing Home 1936 West Belmont Avenue Chicago 60657 773/525-7176
5 Bourbonnais Terrace 133 Mohawk Drive Bourbonnais 60914 815/937-4790
6 Bryn Mar Care 5547 North Kenmore Chicago 60640 773/561-7040
7 Central Plaza 321 North Central Chicago 60644 773/626-2300
8 Clayton Residential Home 2026 North Clark Street Chicago 60614 773/549-1840
9 Columbus Manor Res Care 5107-21 West Jackson Blvd. Chicago 60644 773/378-5490
10 Grasmere Place 4621 North Sheridan Chicago 60640 773/334-6601
11 Greenwood Care 1406 North Chicago Avenue Evanston 60201 847/328-6503
12 Kankakee Terrace 100 Belle Aired Bourbonnais 60914 815/939-0910
13 Lake Park Center 9l9 Washington Park Waukegan 60085 847/623-9100
14 Lydia Healthcare Center 13901 South Lydia Robbins 60472 708/385-8700
15 Margaret Manor 1121 North Orleans Chicago 60610 312/943-4300
16 Margaret Manor North 940 West Cullum Avenue Chicago 60613 312/525-9000
17 Monroe Pavilion Health Center 1400 West Monroe Chicago 60607 312/666-4090
18 Pershing Estates (Decatur Manor) 1016 West Pershing Road Decatur 62526 217/875-0833
19 Rainbow Beach Nag Center 7325 South Exchange Ave. Chicago 60649 773/731-7300
20 Sacred Heart Home 1550 South Albany Chicago 60623 773/277-6868
21 Sharon Health Care Woods 3232 West Richards Blvd. Peoria 61604 309/685-5241
22 Skokie Meadows Nag CT II 4600 Golf Road Skokie 60076 847/679-1157
23 Thornton Heights Terrace 160 West 10th Street Chicago Heights 60411 708/754-2220
24 Wilson Care 4544 North Hazel Street Chicago 60640 773/561-7241

Appendix B:

Public Act 098-0104 Section 405 ILCS5/6-104.3 Comparable programs for the services contained in the Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Act of 2013.

The Division of Mental Health of the Department of Human Services shall oversee the creation of comparable programs for the services contained in the Specialized Mental Health Rehabilitation Act of 2013 for community-based providers to provide the following services:

  1. triage center;
  2. crisis stabilization; and
  3. transitional living.

These comparable programs shall operate under the regulations that may currently exist for such programs, or, if no such regulations are in existence, regulations shall be created. The comparable programs shall be provided through a managed care entity, a coordinated care entity, or an accountable care entity. The Department shall work in concert with any managed care entity, care coordination entity, or accountable care entity to gather the data necessary to report and monitor the progress of the services offered under this Section. The services to be provided under this Section shall be subject to a specific appropriation of the General Assembly for the specific purposes of this Section.

The Department shall adopt any emergency rules necessary to implement this Section.

Appendix C:

Map of SMHRF Comparable Service

SMHRF Comparable Service in Chicago Area

Appendix D:

SMHRF Comparable Service area in Peoria, Deactur, Kankakee Map

SMHRF Comparable Service in Peoria, Deactur, & Kankakee Area Map

Appendix E:

Appendix E Map of Hospitals with Psyc Care in Chicago Area

Appendix E Map of Hospitals with Psyc Care in Chicago Area

Appendix F:

Appendix F Hospitals with Psyc Care in Central Illinois Area

Appendix F Hospitals with Psyc Care in Central Illinois Area

Appendix G:

Illinois Hospitals Providing Psychiatric Care

Central Illinois Street Address City Zip County Description
A McFarland Mental Health Ctr 901 E Southwind Rd Springfield 62703 Sangamon State Operated
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center 1304 Franklin Avenue Normal 61761 McLean Acute Care Hosp
Blessing Hospital 1005 Broadway Street Quincy 62301 Adams Acute Care Hosp
Greenville Regional Hospital 200 Health Care Drive Greenville 62246 Bond Acute Care Hosp
Lincoln Prairie Beh Health Ctr 5230 S 6th Street Frontage Road East Springfield 62703 Sangamon Free Standing
Memorial Medical Center 701 North 1st Street Springfield 62781 Sangamon Acute Care Hosp
Presence Covenant Med Center 1400 West Park Street Urbana 61801 Champaign Acute Care Hosp
Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Ctr 1000 Health Center Drive Mattoon 61938 Coles Acute Care Hosp
St John's Hospital 800 East Carpenter Street Springfield 62769 Sangamon Acute Care Hosp
St Mary's Hospital 1800 East Lake Shore Drive Decatur 62521 Macon Acute Care Hosp
The Pavilion 809 W Church St Champaign 61820  Champaign Free Standing
Chicago Suburbs Street Address City Zip County Description
Adventist GlenOaks Hospital 701 Winthrop Avenue Glendale Heights 60139 DuPage Acute Care Hosp
Adventist Hinsdale Hospital 120 North Oak Street Hinsdale 60521 DuPage Acute Care Hosp
Advocate Christ Medical Center 4440 West 95th Street Oak Lawn 60453 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Advocate Good Samaritan Hosp 4924 Forest Avenue Downers Grove 60515 DuPage Acute Care Hosp
Advocate Lutheran General Hosp 1775 Dempster Street Park Ridge 60068 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Alexian Brothers Behav Hlth Hsp 1650 Moon Lake Boulevard Hoffman Estates 60169 Cook Free Standing
Centegra Hospital-Woodstock 3701 Doty Road Woodstock 60098 McHenry Acute Care Hosp
Central DuPage Hospital 25 Winfield Road Winfield 60190 DuPage Acute Care Hosp
Elgin Mental Health Center 750 South State Street Elgin 60123 Kane State Operated
Ingalls Memorial Hospital 1 Ingalls Drive Harvey 60426 Cook Acute Care Hosp
John J Madden Mental Hlth Ctr 1200 S 1st Ave Hines 60141 Cook State Operated
Linden Oaks at Edward 801 South Washington Street Naperville 60540 DuPage Free Standing
Little Co of Mary Hosp & HCC 2800 West 95th Street Evergreen Park 60805 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Loyola Gottlieb Memorial Hosp 701 West North Avenue Melrose Park 60160 Cook Acute Care Hosp
MacNeal Hospital 3249 South Oak Park Avenue Berwyn 60402 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Maryville Behavioral Hlth Hosp 555 Wilson Lane Des Plaines 60016 Cook Free Standing
MetroSouth Medical Center 12935 Gregory Street Blue Island 60406 Cook Acute Care Hosp
NorthShore U Evanston Hospital 2650 Ridge Avenue Evanston 60201 Cook Acute Care Hosp
NorthShore U Highland Park Hosp 777 Park Avenue West Highland Park 60035 Lake Acute Care Hosp
Northwest Community Hospital 800 West Central Road Arlington Heights 60005 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Palos Community Hospital 12251 South 80th Avenue Palos Heights 60463 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Presence Mercy Medical Center 1325 North Highland Avenue Aurora 60506 Kane Acute Care Hosp
Presence Saint Joseph Hospital 77 North Airlite Street Elgin 60123 Kane Acute Care Hosp
Presence Saint Joseph Med Ctr 333 Madison Street Joliet 60435 Will Acute Care Hosp
Riveredge Hospital 8311 W. Roosevelt Forest Park 60130 Cook Free Standing
Silver Cross Hospital 1900 Silver Cross Boulevard New Lenox 60451 Will Acute Care Hosp
Streamwood Behavioral Hlth Ctr 1400 East Irving Park Road Streamwood 60107 Cook Free Standing
Vista Medical Center West 2615 Washington Street Waukegan 60085 Lake Acute Care Hosp
Westlake Hospital 1225 West Lake Street Melrose Park 60160 Cook Acute Care Hosp
City of Chicago Street Address City Zip County Description
Advocate Illinois Masonic MC 836 West Wellington Avenue Chicago 60657 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Ann & Robert H Lurie Child Hosp 225 East Chicago Avenue Chicago 60611 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Chicago Lakeshore Hospital 4840 North Marine Drive Chicago 60640 Cook Free Standing
Chicago-Read Mental Health Ctr 4200 North Oak Park Avenue Chicago 60634 Cook State Operated
Garfield Park Hospital 520 North Ridgeway Avenue Chicago 60624 Cook Free Standing
Hartgrove Behavioral Health Sys 5730 West Roosevelt Road Chicago 60644 Cook Free Standing
Jackson Park Hospital & Med Ctr 7531 South Stony Island Avenue Chicago 60649 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Kindred Hospital Chicago North 2544 West Montrose Avenue Chicago 60618 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Loretto Hospital 645 South Central Avenue Chicago 60644 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Mercy Hospital & Medical Center 2525 South Michigan Avenue Chicago 60616 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Methodist Hospital of Chicago 5025 North Paulina Street Chicago 60640 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Mount Sinai Hospital 1500 South Fairfield Avenue Chicago 60608 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Northwestern Memorial Hospital 201 East Huron Street Chicago 60611 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Norwegian American Hospital 1044 North Francisco Avenue Chicago 60622 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Presence Saint Elizabeth Hosp 1431 North Claremont Avenue Chicago 60622 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Presence Saint Joseph Hospital 2900 North Lake Shore Drive Chicago 60657 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Presence Saint Mary Hospital 1431 North Claremont Avenue Chicago 60622 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Roseland Community Hospital 45 West 111th Street Chicago 60628 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Rush University Medical Center 1653 West Congress Parkway Chicago 60612 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Saint Anthony Hospital 2875 W 19th St Chicago 60623 Cook Acute Care Hosp
South Shore Hospital 8012 South Crandon Avenue Chicago 60617 Cook Acute Care Hosp
St Bernard Hosp & Hlth Care Ctr 326 West 64th Street Chicago 60621 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Swedish Covenant Hospital 5145 North California Avenue Chicago 60625 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Thorek Memorial Hospital 850 West Irving Park Road Chicago 60613 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Univ of IL Hosp & Health System 1747 West Roosevelt Road Chicago 60608 Cook Acute Care Hosp
Weiss Memorial Hosp 4646 North Marine Drive Chicago 60640 Cook Acute Care Hosp
North & Northwest Illinois Street Address City Zip County Description
Galesburg Cottage Hospital 695 North Kellogg Street Galesburg 61401 Knox Acute Care Hosp
Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital 403 East 1st Street Dixon 61021 Lee Acute Care Hosp
OSF Saint Elizabeth Med Center 1100 E. Norris Drive Ottawa 61350 La Salle Acute Care Hosp
Presence St Mary's Hospital 500 West Court Street Kankakee 60901 Kankakee Acute Care Hosp
Proctor Hospital 5409 North Knoxville Avenue Peoria 61614 Peoria Acute Care Hosp
Riverside Medical Center 350 North Wall Street Kankakee 60901 Kankakee Acute Care Hosp
Rockford Memorial Hospital 2400 North Rockton Avenue Rockford 61103 Winnebago Acute Care Hosp
Swedish American Hospital 1401 East State Street Rockford 61104 Winnebago Acute Care Hosp
Unity Point Health - Methodist 900 Main St # 400 Peoria 61602 Peoria Acute Care Hosp
Unity Point Health-Trinity 2701 17th Street Rock Island 61201 Rock Island Acute Care Hosp

Appendix H:

STAKEHOLDER AFFILIATION NUMBER
Consumers 12 individuals
DHS Contracted Providers 8 agencies
Hospital Discharge Planners 14 hospitals
Housing 1
Labor 1
Managed Care Entities 2
PAS/RR agents 5 agencies
State Departments 4
Trade Associations 2

Appendix I:

Psychiatric Admissions to General Hospitals by Zip Code FY2012 Based on Primary Diagnosis
Data Source: HFS Claims Data

Zip Code Total Admissions[1]
60005 227
60010 33
60016 1149
60068 360
60076 5
60085 729
60107 2187
60130 1816
60160 935
60164 1029
60194 547
60201 239
60402 955
60426 2482
60453 356
60608 926
60611 287
60612 1295
60613 3212
60614 277
60618 789
60621 3028
60622 9690
60623 866
60624 2008
60625 717
60628 1601
60640 3634
60644 2741
60649 3145
60657 672
60901 1103
61636 1285
62525 771
Grand Total 51096
[1] Number of admissions refers to instances, not the unduplicated count of individuals admitted.

2 Individuals with primary psychiatric diagnoses accounted for approximately 25% of admissions.

3 Geographic areas included in the analysis include Chicago, Suburban Cook, Kankakee, Lake County, Peoria and Macon County (Decatur). Proctor and South Shore Hospital not represented.

4 Number of admissions refers to instances, not the unduplicated count of individuals admitted.


Appendix J:

Primary Psychiatric Diagnostic Groupings - Psychiatric Admissions to Hospitals in Selected Geographic Areas FY2012
Data Source: HFS Claims Data

Primary Diagnostic Group Number of Psychiatric Admissions to Hospitals[1]
Adjustment Disorder 232
Anorexia Nervosa 6
Antisocial Personality Disorder 2
Anxiety Disorder 153
Bipolar Disorders 12793
Borderline Personality Disorder 18
Brief Psychotic Disorder 3
Bulimia Nervosa 6
Delusional Disorder 52
Dysthymia 38
Major Depression 6629
Mental Disorders 3809
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 156
Psychotic Disorder NOS 1206
Schizophrenia 12290
Substance-Related Disorder 13703
Grand Total 51096
[1] Number of admissions refers to instances, not the unduplicated count of individuals admitted.

5 Individuals with primary psychiatric diagnoses accounted for approximately 25% of admissions

6 Geographic areas included in the analysis include Chicago, Suburban Cook, Kankakee, Lake County, Peoria and Macon County (Decatur). Proctor and South Shore Hospital not represented.

7 Number of admissions refers to instances, not the unduplicated count of individuals admitted.


Appendix K:

Number of Emergency Room Visits of Individuals with a Primary Psychiatric Diagnosis FY2012 Partitioned by Zip Code
Data Source: HFS Claims Data

Zip Code ER Visits[1]
60005 470
60007 331
60010 200
60045 119
60048 333
60068 554
60076 226
60085 1258
60099 8
60153 359
60160 1005
60195 697
60201 668
60202 481
60302 478
60304 144
60402 804
60406 725
60426 996
60429 346
60452 4
60453 809
60461 700
60463 336
60521 4
60525 118
60608 1442
60611 639
60612 2024
60613 584
60614 340
60615 67
60617 417
60618 1091
60621 1088
60622 4161
60623 872
60624 24
60625 1047
60628 535
60629 1087
60631 244
60634 704
60637 527
60640 2007
60642 352
60644 1091
60649 3205
60657 376
60901 1379
61614 68
61636 1256
61637 509
62525 1299
62526 208
Grand Total 40816
[1] Number of ER visits refers to instances, not number of individuals seen. Thus the count does not represent the unduplicated count of individuals with psychiatric diagnosis seen in Hospital Emergency Rooms in FY 2012

8 Individuals with primary psychiatric diagnoses accounted for approximately 4.3% of ER visits.

9 Geographic areas included in the analysis include Chicago, Suburban Cook, Kankakee, Lake County, Peoria and Macon County (Decatur).

10 Number of ER visits refers to instances, not number of individuals seen. Thus the count does not represent the unduplicated count of individuals with psychiatric diagnosis seen in Hospital Emergency Rooms in FY 2012


Appendix L:

Primary Psychiatric Diagnostic Groupings - Emergency Room Visits in Selected Geographic Areas FY2012
Data Source: HFS Claims Data

Primary Diagnostic Grouping Total ER Visits[1]
Adjustment Disorder 562
Anorexia Nervosa 9
Antisocial Personality Disorder 5
Anxiety Disorder 4486
Bipolar Disorders 5071
Borderline Personality Disorder 409
Brief Psychotic Disorder 4
Bulimia Nervosa 3
Delusional Disorder 102
Dysthymia 289
Major Depression 3010
Mental Disorders 9178
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 47
Psychotic Disorder NOS 2002
Schizophrenia 6172
Substance-Related Disorder 9467
Grand Total 40816
[1] Number of ER visits refers to instances, not number of individuals seen. Thus the count does not represent the unduplicated count of individuals with psychiatric diagnosis seen in Hospital Emergency Rooms in FY 2012.

11 Individuals with primary psychiatric diagnoses accounted for approximately 4.3% of ER visits.

12 Geographic areas included in the analysis include Chicago, Suburban Cook, Kankakee, Lake County, Peoria and Macon County (Decatur).

13 Number of ER visits refers to instances, not number of individuals seen. Thus the count does not represent the unduplicated count of individuals with psychiatric diagnosis seen in Hospital Emergency Rooms in FY 2012.


Appendix M:

Illinois Department of Human Services
Division of Mental Health
Location (County/Township)* and Agency Type Making Referrals for Mental Health Pre-Admission Screenings Performed for Fiscal Year 2013
7/1/2012 to 6/30/2013

*Note: Chicago Referrals are further partitioned by zipcode

* Counts for Cook County/Chicago are off due to some missing data.

Cook Counts % of Total
Arlington Heights
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 2 0.10%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 40 1.50%
Bellwood
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Berwyn
Private Hospital - General Ward 4 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 85 3.20%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 1 0.00%
Beverly
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Blue Island
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Bridgeview
Nursing Facility 2 0.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Burbank
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Burnham
Nursing Facility 18 0.70%
Calumet Heights
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Chatham
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 4 0.20%
Chicago
City/County Jail 29 1.10%
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 27 1.00%
Community Provider (Non-DHS Funded) 3 0.10%
DoA/CCU 1 0.00%
Homeless Shelter 2 0.10%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 3 0.10%
Municipal Agency (Fire Dept, Police Dept, etc.) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 86 3.30%
Private Hospital - General Ward 208 * 7.90%
60608 141
60644 17
60651 2
60660 45
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1,347 * 51.30%
60608 5
60613 49
60644 489
60651 195
60660 605
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 17 0.60%
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 29 1.10%
Chicago Heights
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 5 0.20%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 5 0.20%
Nursing Facility 2 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 8 0.30%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 3 0.10%
Chicago Ridge
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 1 0.00%
Crestwood
Nursing Facility 2 0.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Des Plaines
DHS Division of Rehabilitation Services 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 2 0.10%
Dolton
Nursing Facility 9 0.30%
Dunning
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 7 0.30%
Evanston
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 4 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 5 0.20%
Evergreen Park
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 21 0.80%
Forest Park
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 4 0.20%
Hanover
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Harvey
Nursing Facility 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 5 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 64 2.40%
Hazel Crest
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Hickory Hills
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Hoffman Estates
Private Hospital - General Ward 2 0.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 27 1.00%
Irving Park
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
La Grange
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Lake View
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Maine
DHS Division of Rehabilitation Services 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 8 0.30%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 12 0.50%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 1 0.00%
Midlothian
Nursing Facility 4 0.20%
Niles
Community Provider (Non-DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Northfield
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Oak Forest
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Oak Lawn
Private Hospital - General Ward 5 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 23 0.90%
Oak Park
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Olympia Fields
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 2 0.10%
Palos
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Palos Heights
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 25 1.00%
Palos Hill
Nursing Facility 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 2 0.10%
Park Ridge
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Proviso
DoA/CCU 1 0.00%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 8 0.30%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 63 2.40%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 18 0.70%
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 10 0.40%
Riverdale
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Robbins
Municipal Agency (Fire Dept, Police Dept, etc.) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 11 0.40%
Schaumburg
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 23 0.90%
South Chicago Heights
Nursing Facility 5 0.20%
Tinley Park
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Uptown
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 3 0.10%
Worth
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Kankakee
Bourbonnais
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Bradley
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Kankakee
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 4 0.20%
Community Provider (Non-DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Municipal Agency (Fire Dept, Police Dept, etc.) 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 6 0.20%
Private Hospital - General Ward 6 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 49 1.90%
Momence
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Lake
Barrington
Private Hospital - General Ward 5 0.20%
Highland Park
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 2 0.10%
Highwood
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Island Lake
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Lake Bluff
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 1 0.00%
Lake Forest
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Lake Villa
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Libertyville
Nursing Facility 2 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 7 0.30%
North Chicago
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 1 0.00%
Shields
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 1 0.00%
Waukegan
City/County Jail 1 0.00%
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 4 0.20%
Nursing Facility 3 0.10%
Private Hospital - General Ward 7 0.30%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 73 2.80%
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 1 0.00%
Zion
Nursing Facility 2 0.10%
Macon
Decatur
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 3 0.10%
Department of Corrections 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 4 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 19 0.70%
Peoria
Peoria
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - General Ward 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 2 0.10%
Peoria City
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 1 0.00%
DHS Division of Development Disabilities 1 0.00%
Nursing Facility 1 0.00%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 41 1.60%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 1 0.00%
Township Unknown
Nursing Facility 5 0.20%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1 0.00%
Report Totals
City/County Jail 30 1.10%
Community Mental Health Provider (DHS Funded) 51 1.90%
Community Provider (Non-DHS Funded) 5 0.20%
Department of Corrections 1 0.00%
DHS Division of Development Disabilities 1 0.00%
DHS Division of Rehabilitation Services 2 0.10%
DoA/CCU 2 0.10%
Homeless Shelter 2 0.10%
Individual Person (e.g., Self, Family member, Guardian, or Significant person) 18 0.70%
Municipal Agency (Fire Dept, Police Dept, etc.) 3 0.10%
Nursing Facility 182 6.90%
Private Hospital - General Ward 292 11.10%
Private Hospital - Psychiatric Unit 1951 74.20%
State Operated Hospital (SOH) 46 1.18%
Veteran Administration (VA) Hospital 42 1.16%
Total 2628

Appendix N:

Illinois Department of Human Services
Division of Mental Health
Number of Referrals Made to Nursing Facilities Partitioned by Screening Location (County/Township)*
Fiscal Year 2013 (7/1/2012 to 6/30/2013)

*Note: Referrals from Chicago are not partitioned by Community Area

Cook N % of Total
Arlington Heights
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 3 0.14%
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 2 0.09%
ALDEN LONG GROVE REHAB & HCC - 6005714 8 0.37%
ALDEN TERRACE OF MCHENRY REHAB - 6008304 3 0.14%
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 5 0.23%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 5 0.23%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 1 0.05%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 2 0.09%
LAKEFRONT NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6005169 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR - 6005755 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR - NORTH BRANCH - 6005763 1 0.05%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 1 0.05%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 1 0.05%
SOUTHVIEW MANOR - 6001895 1 0.05%
Bellwood
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 1 0.05%
Berwyn
ALDEN WENTWORTH REHAB & HCC - 6009856 1 0.05%
ALL AMERICAN NURSING HOME - 6000087 2 0.09%
ATRIUM HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6003834 1 0.05%
BELMONT NURSING HOME - 6000848 1 0.05%
BERKSHIRE NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6015333 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 2 0.09%
BRIAR PLACE - 6001143 3 0.14%
BRYN MAWR CARE - 6002018 1 0.05%
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 2 0.09%
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME - 6001846 1 0.05%
EVANSTON NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6006845 1 0.05%
FAIRVIEW CARE CENTER OF JOLIET - 6004766 1 0.05%
FAIRVIEW NURSING PLAZA - 6001135 2 0.09%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF HINSDALE - 6006332 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR - 6005755 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 9 0.42%
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR - 6006290 13 0.61%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 1 0.05%
PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER - 6001077 5 0.23%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 2 0.09%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 5 0.23%
SHERIDAN SHORES CR & REHAB CTR - 6002687 3 0.14%
SKOKIE MEADOWS NRSG CENTER #2 - 6008643 1 0.05%
WARREN PARK HLTH & LIVING CTR - 6008262 1 0.05%
WHEATON CARE CENTER - 6009963 1 0.05%
WILSON CARE - 6010045 4 0.19%
Blue Island
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR - 6006290 1 0.05%
Bridgeview
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 3 0.14%
Burbank
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
Burnham
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 18 0.84%
Chatham
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER - 6008734 1 0.05%
Chicago
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H - 6000012 1 0.05%
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 6 0.28%
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 18 0.84%
ALDEN LAKELAND REHAB & HCC - 6005193 5 0.23%
ALDEN PRINCETON REHAB & HCC - 6012645 30 1.40%
ALDEN WENTWORTH REHAB & HCC - 6009856 17 0.79%
ALL AMERICAN NURSING HOME - 6000087 26 1.21%
ALL FAITH PAVILION - 6010011 1 0.05%
AMBASSADOR NSG & REHAB CENTER - 6000186 2 0.09%
APPLEWOOD NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6000467 1 0.05%
ARBOUR HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6008155 13 0.61%
ASTORIA PLACE LIVING & REHAB - 6006662 6 0.28%
ATRIUM HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6003834 4 0.19%
AVENUE CARE NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6004667 5 0.23%
BALMORAL HOME - 6000657 33 1.54%
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 2 0.09%
BELMONT NURSING HOME - 6000848 15 0.70%
BERKELEY NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6010110 3 0.14%
BIRCHWOOD PLAZA - 6000988 1 0.05%
BOULEVARD CARE NRSG & REHAB - 6006126 19 0.89%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 9 0.42%
BRIAR PLACE - 6001143 2 0.09%
BRIDGEVIEW HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6001168 1 0.05%
BRIGHTVIEW CARE CENTER - 6001176 14 0.65%
BRONZEVILLE PARK NSG & LVG CTR - 6001689 2 0.09%
BRYN MAWR CARE - 6002018 33 1.54%
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 34 1.59%
CALIFORNIA GARDENS N & REHAB C - 6001333 15 0.70%
CAMBRIDGE NURSING REHAB CENTER - 6008635 1 0.05%
CARLTON AT THE LAKE, THE - 6001465 6 0.28%
CEDAR POINTE REHAB & NURSING - 6009948 33 1.54%
CENTRAL NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6001580 33 1.54%
CENTRAL PLAZA RESIDENTIAL H - 6001598 30 1.40%
Chalet Living Rehab Center - 6008601 9 0.42%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 9 0.42%
CLARK MANOR CNV CENTER - 6001796 8 0.37%
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME - 6001846 48 2.24%
COLUMBUS MANOR - C4 - 6001995 5 0.23%
COLUMBUS MANOR RES CARE HOME - 6001994 12 0.56%
COLUMBUS PARK N REHAB CENTER - 6002067 7 0.33%
COMMUNITY CARE - 6002026 29 1.36%
CONTINENTAL NSG & REHAB CTR - 6002075 29 1.36%
COUNTRYSIDE NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6002190 7 0.33%
COURTYARD HEALTHCARE CENTER - 6003008 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD TERRACE - 6002273 7 0.33%
ELSTON NURSING & REHAB CENTRE - 6002851 1 0.05%
EVANSTON NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6006845 1 0.05%
EXCEPTIONAL CARE - 6007207 1 0.05%
FAIRMONT CARE CENTRE - 6001051 1 0.05%
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 2 0.09%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 7 0.33%
GLENCREST HLTHCR & REHAB CTRE - 6003594 12 0.56%
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH - 6006647 1 0.05%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 35 1.64%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 19 0.89%
GROVE LINCOLN PARK LVG & REHAB - 6005516 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 5 0.23%
HARMONY NURSING & REHAB CENTER - 6013684 1 0.05%
HEATHER HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6004139 8 0.37%
HERITAGE NURSING HOME - 6002315 23 1.07%
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION - 6004352 1 0.05%
IMPERIAL GROVE PAVILION, THE - 6004733 1 0.05%
IMPERIAL OF HAZEL CREST - 6004741 3 0.14%
JACKSON SQ SKL NRSG & LIVING - 6004832 1 0.05%
JOLIET TERRACE - 6004964 2 0.09%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 2 0.09%
LAKE COOK TERRACE NURSING CTR - 6003412 1 0.05%
LAKE PARK CENTER - 6009807 10 0.47%
LAKE SHORE HEALTHCARE & REHAB - 6005177 15 0.70%
LAKEFRONT NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6005169 16 0.75%
LAKELAND REHAB & HCC - 6005185 1 0.05%
LAKEVIEW NURSING & REHAB CTRE - 6005227 4 0.19%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 43 2.01%
MARGARET MANOR - 6005755 26 1.21%
MARGARET MANOR - NORTH BRANCH - 6005763 33 1.54%
MARGARET MANOR (NORTH) - MFS - 6905763 5 0.23%
MAYFIELD CARE CENTER - 6005896 2 0.09%
MEADOWBROOK MANOR-NAPERVILLE - 6014518 1 0.05%
MID AMERICA CARE CENTER - 6006134 4 0.19%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 32 1.50%
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR - 6006290 27 1.26%
MONROE PAVILION - C4 - 6006291 23 1.07%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 10 0.47%
OAK PARK HEALTHCARE CENTER - 6006795 2 0.09%
OAKRIDGE NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6006829 1 0.05%
PARK HOUSE NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6007140 59 2.76%
Parkshore Estates - 6005003 16 0.75%
PETERSON PARK HEALTH CARE CTR - 6007371 1 0.05%
PINECREST MANOR - 6007447 1 0.05%
PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER - 6001077 6 0.28%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 42 1.96%
PROVIDENCE PALOS HEIGHTS - 6007843 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER - 6008734 72 3.36%
RENAISSANCE AT SOUTH SHORE,THE - 6014823 1 0.05%
RIDGEVIEW REHAB & NSG CENTER - 6003453 17 0.79%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 10 0.47%
ROYAL OAKS CARE CENTER - 6005029 1 0.05%
RREM INC-WINSTON MANOR NURSING HOME - 6010102 22 1.03%
Sacred Heart Home - 6008320 55 2.57%
SHERIDAN SHORES CR & REHAB CTR - 6002687 16 0.75%
SKOKIE MEADOWS NRSG CENTER #2 - 6008643 6 0.28%
SOUTHVIEW MANOR - 6001895 29 1.36%
ST BENEDICT NURSING & REHAB - 6008874 1 0.05%
St Martha Manor - 6009013 2 0.09%
ST PAUL'S HOUSE & HLTH CR CTR - 6009112 2 0.09%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE - 6009385 14 0.65%
WARREN PARK HLTH & LIVING CTR - 6008262 7 0.33%
WATERFORD NURSING & REHAB, THE - 6002430 16 0.75%
WATERFRONT TERRACE - 6009757 2 0.09%
WEST CHICAGO TERRACE - 6009872 4 0.19%
WESTWOOD MANOR, THE - 6009955 7 0.33%
WHEATON CARE CENTER - 6009963 1 0.05%
WILSON CARE - 6010045 42 1.96%
WOOD GLEN NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6001713 2 0.09%
WOODBRIDGE NURSING PAVILION - 6007074 6 0.28%
WOODSIDE EXTENDED CARE - 6007991 3 0.14%
Chicago Heights
CENTRAL PLAZA RESIDENTIAL H - 6001598 1 0.05%
EVERGREEN HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6007322 1 0.05%
GLENSHIRE NURSING & REHAB CTRE - 6007918 5 0.23%
GLENWOOD HEALTHCARE & REHAB - 6003628 1 0.05%
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION - 6004352 1 0.05%
IMPERIAL OF HAZEL CREST - 6004741 1 0.05%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 4 0.19%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 2 0.09%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE - 6009385 2 0.09%
WOODSIDE EXTENDED CARE - 6007991 4 0.19%
Chicago Ridge
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 2 0.09%
Crestwood
CRESTWOOD TERRACE - 6002273 2 0.09%
MCALLISTER NURSING AND REHAB - 6005904 1 0.05%
Des Plaines
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 2 0.09%
Dolton
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H - 6000012 1 0.05%
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 1 0.05%
COUNTRYSIDE NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6002190 7 0.33%
Dunning
BRYN MAWR CARE - 6002018 1 0.05%
COLUMBUS MANOR RES CARE HOME - 6001994 1 0.05%
MONROE PAVILION - C4 - 6006291 1 0.05%
Evanston
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 1 0.05%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 1 0.05%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 2 0.09%
GREENWOOD CARE - LSSI - 6900202 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 1 0.05%
LAKEFRONT NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6005169 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 1 0.05%
ST FRANCIS NSG & REHAB CENTER - 6008916 1 0.05%
Evergreen Park
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 1 0.05%
ALL AMERICAN NURSING HOME - 6000087 1 0.05%
BETHESDA HOME & RETIREMENT CTR - 6006688 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 1 0.05%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 7 0.33%
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME - 6001846 1 0.05%
COMMUNITY CARE - 6002026 1 0.05%
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 6 0.28%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 1 0.05%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE - 6009385 1 0.05%
Forest Park
OAK PARK HEALTHCARE CENTER - 6006795 2 0.09%
Hanover
ALDEN WENTWORTH REHAB & HCC - 6009856 1 0.05%
Harvey
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 1 0.05%
ALDEN LAKELAND REHAB & HCC - 6005193 1 0.05%
ALDEN WENTWORTH REHAB & HCC - 6009856 7 0.33%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 1 0.05%
CENTRAL PLAZA RESIDENTIAL H - 6001598 1 0.05%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 3 0.14%
COUNTRYSIDE NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6002190 2 0.09%
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 3 0.14%
HEATHER HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6004139 7 0.33%
IMPERIAL OF HAZEL CREST - 6004741 1 0.05%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 3 0.14%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 3 0.14%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 6 0.28%
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR - 6006290 2 0.09%
PINECREST MANOR - 6007447 1 0.05%
PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER - 6001077 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER - 6008734 1 0.05%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 14 0.65%
Sacred Heart Home - 6008320 2 0.09%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE - 6009385 1 0.05%
WOODSIDE EXTENDED CARE - 6007991 2 0.09%
Hazel Crest
HEATHER HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6004139 1 0.05%
Hickory Hills
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION - 6004352 1 0.05%
Hoffman Estates
ABBINGTON REHAB & NURSING CTR - 6000020 1 0.05%
ALDEN LONG GROVE REHAB & HCC - 6005714 3 0.14%
ALDEN PARK STRATHMOOR - 6007165 1 0.05%
ALDEN TERRACE OF MCHENRY REHAB - 6008304 1 0.05%
FOREST HILL HEALTH AND REHAB - 6002638 1 0.05%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 1 0.05%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 1 0.05%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 4 0.19%
LAKEFRONT NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6005169 1 0.05%
MAPLEWOOD CARE - 6004758 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR - 6005755 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR (NORTH) - MFS - 6905763 1 0.05%
MONROE PAVILION - C4 - 6006291 1 0.05%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 1 0.05%
WEST CHICAGO TERRACE - 6009872 1 0.05%
WHEATON CARE CENTER - 6009963 1 0.05%
WOOD GLEN NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6001713 1 0.05%
Irving Park
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH - 6006647 1 0.05%
Oak Park
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
Olympia Fields
GLENSHIRE NURSING & REHAB CTRE - 6007918 1 0.05%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 1 0.05%
Palos
BRIAR PLACE - 6001143 1 0.05%
Midlothian
PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER - 6001077 4 0.19%
Niles
CAMBRIDGE NURSING REHAB CENTER - 6008635 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF WILMETTE - 6006563 1 0.05%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 1 0.05%
Northfield
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 1 0.05%
SKOKIE MEADOWS NRSG CENTER #2 - 6008643 1 0.05%
Oak Forest
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME - 6001846 1 0.05%
Oak Lawn
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H - 6000012 1 0.05%
BOULEVARD CARE NRSG & REHAB - 6006126 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 1 0.05%
BRYN MAWR CARE - 6002018 1 0.05%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 9 0.42%
COMMUNITY CARE - 6002026 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD CARE CENTRE - 6002265 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD TERRACE - 6002273 1 0.05%
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION - 6004352 3 0.14%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF OAK LAWN EAST - 6000236 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 4 0.19%
PARK HOUSE NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6007140 1 0.05%
Lake View
Chalet Living Rehab Center - 6008601 1 0.05%
Maine
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 1 0.05%
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 1 0.05%
BALLARD NURSING CENTER - 6000640 1 0.05%
BATAVIA REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR - 6008171 1 0.05%
BOULEVARD CARE NRSG & REHAB - 6006126 1 0.05%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 1 0.05%
LAKE COOK TERRACE NURSING CTR - 6003412 2 0.09%
LEXINGTON OF WHEELING - 6014369 1 0.05%
MOORINGS HEALTH CENTER, THE - 6005698 1 0.05%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 2 0.09%
ST MATTHEW CENTER FOR HEALTH - 6009096 1 0.05%
Palos Heights
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H - 6000012 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 4 0.19%
BRIAR PLACE - 6001143 1 0.05%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 2 0.09%
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME - 6001846 4 0.19%
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 5 0.23%
PALOS HILLS EXTENDED CARE - 6010086 2 0.09%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE - 6009385 1 0.05%
Palos Hills
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 1 0.05%
PALOS HILLS EXTENDED CARE - 6010086 3 0.14%
Park Ridge
EMBASSY HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6008312 1 0.05%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 1 0.05%
Proviso
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 3 0.14%
ALDEN LAKELAND REHAB & HCC - 6005193 1 0.05%
ALDEN PARK STRATHMOOR - 6007165 1 0.05%
ALL AMERICAN NURSING HOME - 6000087 1 0.05%
ARBOUR HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6008155 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 1 0.05%
BRIAR PLACE - 6001143 1 0.05%
BRIGHTVIEW CARE CENTER - 6001176 1 0.05%
BRYN MAWR CARE - 6002018 2 0.09%
Chalet Living Rehab Center - 6008601 1 0.05%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER - 6001697 1 0.05%
CLARK MANOR CNV CENTER - 6001796 1 0.05%
COLUMBUS MANOR - C4 - 6001995 2 0.09%
COLUMBUS MANOR RES CARE HOME - 6001994 3 0.14%
COUNTRYSIDE NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6002190 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD TERRACE - 6002273 1 0.05%
DECATUR MANOR HEALTHCARE - 6007363 1 0.05%
ELMWOOD CARE - 6008270 1 0.05%
FAIRVIEW NURSING PLAZA - 6001135 1 0.05%
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
GRASMERE PLACE - 6003776 1 0.05%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 3 0.14%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 1 0.05%
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION - 6004352 4 0.19%
JOLIET TERRACE - 6004964 1 0.05%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 1 0.05%
LEXINGTON HLTH CR CTR-BLMNGDL - 6011993 1 0.05%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 2 0.09%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - MFS - 6905623 1 0.05%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR - 6003826 2 0.09%
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR - 6006290 2 0.09%
MONROE PAVILION - C4 - 6006291 1 0.05%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 1 0.05%
OAK PARK HEALTHCARE CENTER - 6006795 2 0.09%
PARK HOUSE NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6007140 2 0.09%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER - 6008734 2 0.09%
RREM INC-WINSTON MANOR NURSING HOME - 6010102 2 0.09%
SHERIDAN SHORES CR & REHAB CTR - 6002687 3 0.14%
SKOKIE MEADOWS NRSG CENTER #2 - 6008643 1 0.05%
WARREN PARK HLTH & LIVING CTR - 6008262 5 0.23%
WATERFORD NURSING & REHAB, THE - 6002430 1 0.05%
Riverdale
COLUMBUS MANOR - C4 - 6001995 1 0.05%
Robbins
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - 6005623 11 0.51%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - MFS - 6905623 1 0.05%
Schaumburg
ALDEN LONG GROVE REHAB & HCC - 6005714 1 0.05%
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 1 0.05%
GREENWOOD CARE - 6000202 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR - 6009625 3 0.14%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER - 6003644 2 0.09%
SOUTH ELGIN REHAB & HLTH C CTR - 6008718 1 0.05%
WEST CHICAGO TERRACE - 6009872 2 0.09%
WILSON CARE - 6010045 2 0.09%
WOOD GLEN NURSING & REHAB CTR - 6001713 1 0.05%
South Chicago Heights
WOODSIDE EXTENDED CARE - 6007991 5 0.23%
Tinley Park
FRANKFORT TERRACE - 6003297 1 0.05%
Uptown
LAKE SHORE HEALTHCARE & REHAB - 6005177 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER - 6008734 1 0.05%
Sacred Heart Home - 6008320 1 0.05%
Worth
ALBANY CARE - 6007959 1 0.05%
Kankakee
Bourbonnais
JONESBORO REHAB & HEALTH C CTR - 6005433 1 0.05%
Bradley
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 2 0.09%
Kankakee
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H - 6000012 1 0.05%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE - 6001069 25 1.17%
CRESTWOOD TERRACE - 6002273 1 0.05%
DANVILLE CARE CENTER - 6002364 1 0.05%
EMBASSY HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6008312 5 0.23%
GILMAN HEALTHCARE CENTER - 6003578 1 0.05%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 19 0.89%
MANORCARE OF KANKAKEE - 6000269 1 0.05%
MILLER HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6014294 3 0.14%
MOMENCE MEADOWS NURSING & REH - 6006258 2 0.09%
PROVENA OUR LADY OF VICTORY - 6007009 2 0.09%
WATSEKA REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR - 6009765 1 0.05%
Momence
MOMENCE MEADOWS NURSING & REH - 6006258 1 0.05%
Lake
Barrington
ALDEN LONG GROVE REHAB & HCC - 6005714 3 0.14%
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH - 6006647 1 0.05%
LEXINGTON OF STREAMWOOD - 6012975 1 0.05%
Highland Park
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 1 0.05%
Highwood
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 1 0.05%
Island Lake
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 1 0.05%
Lake Bluff
ABBOTT HOUSE - LSSI - 6900038 1 0.05%
Lake Forest
BRENTWOOD NORTH HC & REHAB CTR - 6001119 1 0.05%
Libertyville
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR - 6003586 1 0.05%
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH - 6006647 1 0.05%
The Village at Victory Lakes - 6011332 2 0.09%
WINCHESTER HOUSE - 6010052 3 0.14%
Waukegan
ABBOTT HOUSE - 6000038 2 0.09%
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 21 0.98%
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE - 6001283 6 0.28%
CENTRAL PLAZA RESIDENTIAL H - 6001598 1 0.05%
FOREST HILL HEALTH AND REHAB - 6002638 2 0.09%
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH - 6006647 6 0.28%
GROVE AT THE LAKE - 6008593 3 0.14%
KANKAKEE TERRACE - 6004972 2 0.09%
LAKE COOK TERRACE NURSING CTR - 6003412 1 0.05%
LAKE PARK CENTER - 6009807 13 0.61%
PAVILION OF WAUKEGAN - 6009799 1 0.05%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION - 6000954 5 0.23%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER - 6008064 1 0.05%
WEST CHICAGO TERRACE - 6009872 2 0.09%
WILSON CARE - 6010045 1 0.05%
Zion
BAYSIDE TERRACE - 6000764 1 0.05%
GROVE AT THE LAKE - 6008593 1 0.05%
Macon
Decatur
DECATUR MANOR HEALTHCARE - 6007363 21 0.98%
SPRINGFIELD TERRACE - 6002661 1 0.05%
SULLIVAN REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR - 6009211 1 0.05%
Peoria
Peoria
BELLA VISTA CARE CENTER - 6004147 3 0.14%
SHARON HEALTH CARE PINES - 6007298 1 0.05%
Peoria City
BELLA VISTA CARE CENTER - 6004147 3 0.14%
DECATUR MANOR HEALTHCARE - 6007363 6 0.28%
EL PASO HEALTH CARE CENTER - 6002745 5 0.23%
GALESBURG TERRACE - 6000434 1 0.05%
HEARTLAND OF PEORIA - 6000293 1 0.05%
ROYAL OAKS CARE CENTER - 6005029 6 0.28%
SHARON HEALTH CARE ELMS - 6007306 2 0.09%
SHARON HEALTH CARE PINES - 6007298 2 0.09%
SHARON HEALTH CARE WOODS - 6007926 7 0.33%
Township Unknown
SHARON HEALTH CARE ELMS - 6007306 1 0.05%
SHARON HEALTH CARE WOODS - 6007926 5 0.23%
Report Totals
A MERKLE-C KNIPPRATH N H 5 0.23%
ABBINGTON REHAB & NURSING CTR 1 0.05%
ABBOTT HOUSE 14 0.65%
ABBOTT HOUSE - LSSI 1 0.05%
ALBANY CARE 28 1.31%
ALDEN LAKELAND REHAB & HCC 7 0.33%
ALDEN LONG GROVE REHAB & HCC 15 0.70%
ALDEN PARK STRATHMOOR 2 0.09%
ALDEN PRINCETON REHAB & HCC 30 1.40%
ALDEN TERRACE OF MCHENRY REHAB 4 0.19%
ALDEN WENTWORTH REHAB & HCC 26 1.21%
ALL AMERICAN NURSING HOME 30 1.40%
ALL FAITH PAVILION 1 0.05%
AMBASSADOR NSG & REHAB CENTER 2 0.09%
APPLEWOOD NRSG & REHAB CENTER 1 0.05%
ARBOUR HEALTH CARE CENTER 14 0.65%
ASTORIA PLACE LIVING & REHAB 6 0.28%
ATRIUM HEALTH CARE CENTER 5 0.23%
AVENUE CARE NRSG & REHAB CTR 5 0.23%
BALLARD NURSING CENTER 1 0.05%
BALMORAL HOME 33 1.54%
BATAVIA REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR 1 0.05%
BAYSIDE TERRACE 27 1.26%
BELLA VISTA CARE CENTER 6 0.28%
BELMONT NURSING HOME 16 0.75%
BERKELEY NRSG & REHAB CENTER 3 0.14%
BERKSHIRE NURSING & REHAB CTR 1 0.05%
BETHESDA HOME & RETIREMENT CTR 1 0.05%
BIRCHWOOD PLAZA 1 0.05%
BOULEVARD CARE NRSG & REHAB 21 0.98%
BOURBONNAIS TERRACE 52 2.43%
BRENTWOOD NORTH HC & REHAB CTR 1 0.05%
BRIAR PLACE 8 0.37%
BRIDGEVIEW HEALTH CARE CENTER 1 0.05%
BRIGHTVIEW CARE CENTER 15 0.70%
BRONZEVILLE PARK NSG & LVG CTR 2 0.09%
BRYN MAWR CARE 38 1.78%
BURNHAM HEALTHCARE 62 2.90%
CALIFORNIA GARDENS N & REHAB C 15 0.70%
CAMBRIDGE NURSING REHAB CENTER 2 0.09%
CARLTON AT THE LAKE, THE 6 0.28%
CEDAR POINTE REHAB & NURSING 33 1.54%
CENTRAL NRSG & REHAB CENTER 33 1.54%
CENTRAL PLAZA RESIDENTIAL H 33 1.54%
Chalet Living Rehab Center 11 0.51%
CHICAGO RIDGE NURSING CENTER 34 1.59%
CLARK MANOR CNV CENTER 9 0.42%
CLAYTON RESIDENTIAL HOME 55 2.57%
COLUMBUS MANOR - C4 8 0.37%
COLUMBUS MANOR RES CARE HOME 16 0.75%
COLUMBUS PARK N REHAB CENTER 7 0.33%
COMMUNITY CARE 31 1.45%
CONTINENTAL NSG & REHAB CTR 29 1.36%
COUNTRYSIDE NRSG & REHAB CTR 17 0.79%
COURTYARD HEALTHCARE CENTER 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD CARE CENTRE 1 0.05%
CRESTWOOD TERRACE 12 0.56%
DANVILLE CARE CENTER 1 0.05%
DECATUR MANOR HEALTHCARE 28 1.31%
EL PASO HEALTH CARE CENTER 5 0.23%
ELMWOOD CARE 1 0.05%
ELSTON NURSING & REHAB CENTRE 1 0.05%
EMBASSY HEALTH CARE CENTER 6 0.28%
EVANSTON NURSING & REHAB CTR 2 0.09%
EVERGREEN HEALTH CARE CENTER 1 0.05%
EXCEPTIONAL CARE 1 0.05%
FAIRMONT CARE CENTRE 1 0.05%
FAIRVIEW CARE CENTER OF JOLIET 1 0.05%
FAIRVIEW NURSING PLAZA 3 0.14%
FOREST HILL HEALTH AND REHAB 3 0.14%
FRANKFORT TERRACE 9 0.42%
GALESBURG TERRACE 1 0.05%
GILMAN HEALTHCARE CENTER 1 0.05%
GLEN OAKS NRSG & REHAB CTR 19 0.89%
GLENCREST HLTHCR & REHAB CTRE 12 0.56%
GLENLAKE TERRACE NURSING & REH 10 0.47%
GLENSHIRE NURSING & REHAB CTRE 6 0.28%
GLENWOOD HEALTHCARE & REHAB 1 0.05%
GRASMERE PLACE 42 1.96%
GREENWOOD CARE 29 1.36%
GREENWOOD CARE - LSSI 1 0.05%
GROVE AT THE LAKE 4 0.19%
GROVE LINCOLN PARK LVG & REHAB 1 0.05%
GROVE NORTH LIVING & REHAB CTR 16 0.75%
HARMONY NURSING & REHAB CENTER 1 0.05%
HEARTLAND OF PEORIA 1 0.05%
HEATHER HEALTH CARE CENTER 16 0.75%
HERITAGE NURSING HOME 23 1.07%
HICKORY NURSING PAVILION 10 0.47%
IMPERIAL GROVE PAVILION, THE 1 0.05%
IMPERIAL OF HAZEL CREST 5 0.23%
JACKSON SQ SKL NRSG & LIVING 1 0.05%
JOLIET TERRACE 3 0.14%
JONESBORO REHAB & HEALTH C CTR 1 0.05%
KANKAKEE TERRACE 29 1.36%
LAKE COOK TERRACE NURSING CTR 4 0.19%
LAKE PARK CENTER 23 1.07%
LAKE SHORE HEALTHCARE & REHAB 16 0.75%
LAKEFRONT NURSING & REHAB CTR 19 0.89%
LAKELAND REHAB & HCC 1 0.05%
LAKEVIEW NURSING & REHAB CTRE 4 0.19%
LEXINGTON HLTH CR CTR-BLMNGDL 1 0.05%
LEXINGTON OF STREAMWOOD 1 0.05%
LEXINGTON OF WHEELING 1 0.05%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE 64 2.99%
LYDIA HEALTHCARE - MFS 2 0.09%
MANORCARE OF HINSDALE 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF KANKAKEE 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF OAK LAWN EAST 1 0.05%
MANORCARE OF WILMETTE 1 0.05%
MAPLEWOOD CARE 1 0.05%
MARGARET MANOR 29 1.36%
MARGARET MANOR - NORTH BRANCH 34 1.59%
MARGARET MANOR (NORTH) - MFS 6 0.28%
MAYFIELD CARE CENTER 2 0.09%
MCALLISTER NURSING AND REHAB 1 0.05%
MEADOWBROOK MANOR-NAPERVILLE 1 0.05%
MID AMERICA CARE CENTER 4 0.19%
MIDWAY NEUROLOGICAL/REHAB CTR 68 3.18%
MILLER HEALTH CARE CENTER 3 0.14%
MOMENCE MEADOWS NURSING & REH 3 0.14%
MONROE PAV HLTH/TREATMENT CTR 45 2.10%
MONROE PAVILION - C4 26 1.21%
MOORINGS HEALTH CENTER, THE 1 0.05%
NILES NRSG & REHAB CENTER 18 0.84%
OAK PARK HEALTHCARE CENTER 6 0.28%
OAKRIDGE NURSING & REHAB CTR 1 0.05%
PALOS HILLS EXTENDED CARE 5 0.23%
PARK HOUSE NURSING & REHAB CTR 62 2.90%
Parkshore Estates 16 0.75%
PAVILION OF WAUKEGAN 1 0.05%
PETERSON PARK HEALTH CARE CTR 1 0.05%
PINECREST MANOR 2 0.09%
PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER 16 0.75%
PRESIDENTIAL PAVILION 52 2.43%
PROVENA OUR LADY OF VICTORY 2 0.09%
PROVIDENCE PALOS HEIGHTS 1 0.05%
RAINBOW BEACH CARE CENTER 77 3.60%
RENAISSANCE AT SOUTH SHORE,THE 1 0.05%
RIDGEVIEW REHAB & NSG CENTER 17 0.79%
RIVIERA CARE CENTER 34 1.59%
ROYAL OAKS CARE CENTER 7 0.33%
RREM INC-WINSTON MANOR NURSING HOME 24 1.12%
Sacred Heart Home 58 2.71%
SHARON HEALTH CARE ELMS 3 0.14%
SHARON HEALTH CARE PINES 3 0.14%
SHARON HEALTH CARE WOODS 12 0.56%
SHERIDAN SHORES CR & REHAB CTR 22 1.03%
SKOKIE MEADOWS NRSG CENTER #2 9 0.42%
SOUTH ELGIN REHAB & HLTH C CTR 1 0.05%
SOUTHVIEW MANOR 30 1.40%
SPRINGFIELD TERRACE 1 0.05%
ST BENEDICT NURSING & REHAB 1 0.05%
ST FRANCIS NSG & REHAB CENTER 1 0.05%
St Martha Manor 2 0.09%
ST MATTHEW CENTER FOR HEALTH 1 0.05%
ST PAUL'S HOUSE & HLTH CR CTR 2 0.09%
SULLIVAN REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR 1 0.05%
The Village at Victory Lakes 2 0.09%
THORTORN HEIGHTS TERRACE 19 0.89%
WARREN PARK HLTH & LIVING CTR 13 0.61%
WATERFORD NURSING & REHAB, THE 17 0.79%
WATERFRONT TERRACE 2 0.09%
WATSEKA REHAB & HLTH CARE CTR 1 0.05%
WEST CHICAGO TERRACE 9 0.42%
WESTWOOD MANOR, THE 7 0.33%
WHEATON CARE CENTER 3 0.14%
WILSON CARE 49 2.29%
WINCHESTER HOUSE 3 0.14%
WOOD GLEN NURSING & REHAB CTR 4 0.19%
WOODBRIDGE NURSING PAVILION 6 0.28%
WOODSIDE EXTENDED CARE 14 0.65%
Total 2140

: The NOTE report totals only include screenings with a determination of 'Eligible for Nursing Facility'.