Positive Youth Development Program Manual

Bureau of Positive Youth Development
Program Manual FY 2015

The information below represents the grant programs housed in the Bureau of Positive Youth Development. All terms and conditions as stated in this Program Manual are relevant to all grant programs unless otherwise noted.

I. Introduction/Definition

Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP)

The Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP) provides resources to support four types of grant programs, a multi-tiered substance abuse prevention system for the State of Illinois. The substance abuse prevention system consists of four grant types: Local Capacity Building, Direct Service, Strategic Prevention Framework, and State Capacity Building.

  • Local Capacity Building Grants provide funds to public and private organizations with little or no experience in delivering substance abuse prevention services. The Local Capacity Building Grant supports assessment and delivery of prevention services in a defined geographic service area. Services may target a defined geographic area with emphasis on impacting the environments in which youth, ages 11-18 years old, live. Strategies target youth, their peers and families. Emphasis is placed on building local partnerships to implement strategies that change community conditions and increase the community's capacity to sustain effective efforts.
  • Direct Service Grants provide funds to support the delivery of evidence-based substance abuse prevention direct services that target individuals and families in a defined service area. Direct Services include one or more of the following four core Direct Service approaches: Youth Prevention Education, Parent/Family Education, Mentoring and Communication Campaigns.
  • Strategic Prevention Framework Grants are designed to support the use of the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). The SPF is a structured planning process utilizing a data driven approach developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA).
  • State Capacity Building Grants are intended to target unique populations throughout the State of Illinois. The program supports unique populations in large geographic areas.

The services to be provided under the Addiction Prevention program will be identified by and referred to by the following titles:

  1. Local Capacity Building (LCB)
  2. Direct Service (DS)
  3. Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF)
  4. State Capacity Building (SCB)

All terms and conditions as stated in this document are relevant to all four Substance Abuse Prevention Programs; Local Capacity Building, Direct Service, Strategic Prevention Framework, and State Capacity Building unless otherwise noted.

Partnerships For Success

The purpose of the grant is to reduce underage drinking and build capacity and infrastructure at the community level. Local communities must adhere to and use the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) to address the aforementioned goals. The Framework is to be implemented in the following phases: assessment, capacity building, the development of a comprehensive strategic plan, implementation of evidence-based programs, practices and policies and evaluation. Cultural competence and sustainability are at the foundation of the Framework.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program (TPPP-PREP)

The purpose of the Illinois Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program is to reduce teenage pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and HIV/AIDS. The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program (TPPP-PREP) is designed to support the implementation of direct services (evidence-based curriculum/a, work with a coalition and supplemental activities) that target youth who are 11-18 years old or in grades 6 through 12 and, a geographic area with a high demonstrated need and serve a population of at least 50% or more African-American and/or Hispanic youth (inclusive of multi-racial youth) and their parents/guardians.

Community Youth Services

The Community Youth Services program is designed to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency. The program is built on organizing community members into committees and the committees address community conditions effecting youth, young adults and their families. The community committees are independent, autonomous units comprised of community volunteers and youth, at minimum, working towards changing the community environment and improving the lives of all community residents. Through an assessment, issues are identified and activities (e.g. tutoring, homework help, community service projects, peer leadership, recreation, parent education, etc.) are selected to address the issues and conditions. The providers also conduct advocacy activities in coordination with the community that will benefit the well being of youth and families.

Bureau of Positive Youth Development Special Projects

The Division of Family & Community Services may have many Special Projects with individual agencies, the details of which are on file. These projects are generally operated by a small number of providers and are often supported by short-term federal grants.

The Department will designate the scope of services for the special project that the Provider is authorized to conduct by means of a letter. If the Provider is funded for more than one special project, the letter will detail the scope of services by special project.

II. Policies & Procedures

Providers shall adhere to Federal Rules, Federal Statutes, Executive Orders, Illinois Administrative, State Rules, State Regulations listed in Section XI. - Applicable Rules and Statues in the Program Manual and the Exhibit for the grant program found in the Community Service Agreement.

III. Deliverables/Costs/Payment

  1. Payments to the Provider will be made on a prospective basis, rounded to the nearest $100.00. The final prospective payment may be greater or lesser than the previous payments due to rounding.
  2. The Department will compare the amount of the retroactive payments made to date with the documented expenditures provided to the Department by the Provider. In the event the documented services provided by the Provider do not justify the level of award being provided to the Provider, future payments may be withheld or reduced until such time as the services documentation provided by the Provider equals the amounts previously provided to the Provider. Failure of the Provider to provide timely documentation may result in a reduction to the total award.
  3. The final payment from the Department under this Agreement shall be made upon the Department's determination that all requirements under this Agreement have been completed, which determination shall not be unreasonably withheld. Such final payment will be subject to adjustment after the completion of a review of the Provider's records as provided in the Agreement.

IV. Provider Responsibilities

Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP)

  1. The Provider will provide alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) abuse prevention services in accordance with the conditions and terms set forth herein. Services and activities may be inclusive one of more of the following prevention strategies: information, education, community-based process, alternatives, referral and identification and environmental process.
  2. The funding provided through this grant shall be used to support the full-time staff, in accordance with the requirements for Sub-Grants A, B and C in your approved site plan and for Sub-grant D, the full-time equivalents outlined in your approved budget.
  3. The Provider will provide approved substance abuse prevention services in the designated service area in accordance with approved proposal and, if applicable, site plan.
  4. The State must give priority to prevention programs for at-risk populations. If the Provider has prevention programs for such a priority population, the Provider will develop and maintain community-based strategies for the prevention of such abuse, including strategies to discourage the use of alcohol beverages and tobacco products by individuals to whom it is unlawful to sell or distribute such beverages or products.
  5. Background checks are required for all program staff and volunteers who have one-on-one contact with children and youth. Funded programs are required to have a written protocol on file requiring background checks, as well as evidence of their completion.
  6. The Provider must make available to program staff a computer and internet access. In addition, programs are required to stay current with all new software releases, service packs and updates.
  7. In administering the programs, services, and activities funded hereunder, the Provider shall:
    1. Assure that prevention activities and program services provided by the Provider convey a clear message promoting no use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by minors, and no illegal use of drugs by adults, rather than limited or allowable usage.
    2. Participate collaboratively in other substance abuse prevention programming where applicable; e.g. tobacco inspections.
    3. Agrees (at a minimum) to maintain linkage agreements with any programs, organization, or agencies outlined in your proposal, if applicable.
    4. Maintain a directory and refer program recipients to substance abuse treatment service providers, mental health treatment providers and other social service organizations, when needed.
    5. Agree to include in all publications, announcements, reports, flyers, brochures, and all other printed materials, the phrase "funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)".
    6. Participate in process and outcome evaluation services provided by the SAPP or its contractor.
  8. Reporting Requirements - The Provider will submit reports as outlined in the Exhibit, and:
    1. Providers delivering any Sub-grant (A, B, C and/or D) must report data regarding their services in the SAPP Hub on a quarterly basis:  1st Quarter - October 31, 2014; 2nd Quarter - January 31, 2015; 3rd Quarter - April 30, 3015; and 4th Quarter - July 31, 2015. 
    2. Maintain process evaluation data (e.g. rosters, agendas, meeting minutes, etc.) related to the delivery of services that verifies information shared in reports established by the Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP).
    3. The Bureau may conduct random audits to determine the accuracy of the data provided by the Provider. The Provider must be able to verify any request concerning data reported. The Department may delay, suspend, or terminate funding immediately without prior notice if the Provider produces late or substandard reports. The Division of Family and Community Services will provide written notification to the Provider that such delay, suspension or termination is imminent.
  9. The Provider will make available to the full-time staff assigned to the grant staff development and continuing education concerning its prevention services and activities.

Partnerships for Success

  1. The Provider and its coalition must use the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Process. The SPF components are: assessment, capacity building, strategic planning, implementation and evaluation. Cultural competency and sustainability are expected to be included in every component of the framework.
    1. The Provider and its coalition must adhere to the local strategic plan submitted and approved by the Department. The provider and its coalition must carry out the plan for the implementation and evaluation of at least two evidence-based environmental strategies that address the local priority in a culturally competent and sustainable manner.
    2. The implementation of Department's approved evidence-based environmental programs, practices and/or policies that adhere to the best practice standards and demonstrate reductions for the stated local priority and intervening variables.
    3. The Provider and its coalition must work within their targeted community area.
  2. The Provider must continue to work in partnership with a community coalition (identified in the proposal submitted in response to the Partnerships for Success support letter to the Governor, April 2009).
    1. The Provider must maintain a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the coalition identified in the proposal submitted in response to the Partnerships for Success participation request.
    2. The coalition must be a reflection of the community's culture (including, but not limited to, race and ethnicity).
    3. If the coalition's mission and vision does not include substance abuse prevention, then a sub-committee or workgroup will need to be formed to provide this focus. The workgroup will adhere to the requirement mentioned above.
    4. The Provider must engage the coalition in the implementation of the work plan, implementation of at least two environmental strategies, and evaluation of activities.
  3. The Provider and its coalition must carry out the work plan approved by the Department to address underage drinking.
    1. The Provider must engage the coalition in the planning for sustaining the targeted priority outcome and proposed evidence-based program, practices and policies beyond FY15.
    2. If the Provider wants to change its approved work plan, the request must be submitted in writing to the Department for approval. The Department will evaluate if the proposed change is justified (i.e., the Provider and its coalition have explored and exhausted all appropriate alternatives to ceasing the strategy and that the proposed strategy is selected based on the community's local assessment and targets the local priority).
      1. The proposed replacement strategy must be in accordance with the guidelines for approved strategies including fitting appropriately into the strategic plan's logic model.
      2. The provider cannot proceed with the delivery of new services or re-direction of resources until the revision has been approved by the Department in writing.
  4. The implementation plan for Partnerships for Success program will include adherence to the following:
    1. The Provider must assure that prevention activities and services provided convey a clear message promoting no use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by minors, and no illegal use of drugs by adults, rather than limited or allowable usage.
    2. The Provider agrees to, at a minimum, maintain linkage agreements with any program, organization, or agency that delivers or plays a significant role in the interventions (e.g. an organization provides a place for service delivery).
    3. The Provider agrees to maintain documentation related to the implementation of strategies (e.g., sign-in sheets, certificates, products, etc.) and activities of the coalition (e.g. coalition meeting minutes, agendas, coalition rosters, etc.). This documentation is subject to random audits by the Department throughout the fiscal year.
    4. The Provider agrees that any changes required by the Department, or reach by means of Provider and Department negotiations regarding the services, activities, and programs contained in the work plan, will be reflected in a revised local strategic plan and spending plan and spending plan narrative.
    5. Subcontracting of service delivery is prohibited without the prior approval of the Department. The subcontractor, if approved by the Department, shall be subject to all provisions of this Contract. The Provider will retain responsibility for the performance of its subcontractor(s).
  5. The Provider must participate in all mandatory evaluation activities: submit all reports/information in accordance with formats prescribed and by the deadlines established by the Department.
    1. The Provider must report annually the National Outcome Measures (NOMs) relevant to their work plan. The Department must approve all instruments and methods to collect the NOMs.
      1. If the Provider chooses to use a youth survey other than the Illinois Youth Survey, then all IYS requirements are applicable to that survey (i.e., items and the sub-points below).
    2. The Provider must collect all relevant process evaluation information as prescribed by the Department or its contractor. This includes but is not limited to: pre and post tests, sign-in sheets, proof of strategy implementation, satisfaction surveys, training handouts, certificates of participation, etc.
    3. The Provider must report using the online reporting system. Reports will be submitted according the guidance provided by the Department.  Reports must be submitted on a semi-annual basis: report #1 covers the time period of July 1, 2014-December 31, 2014 and the report must be submitted by January 31, 2015 and report #2 covers the time period of January 1, 2015-June 30, 2015 and the report must be submitted by July 31, 2015. 
    4. The Provider must complete other reports / forms deemed necessary for documenting implementation of the SPF process, strategies and the work plan.
    5. The Provider must participate in in-person interviews, phone interviews, site-visits, on-line surveys, paper/pencil surveys, or other data collection activities conducted by the Department or its contractor.
  6. Staff and Equipment Requirements:
    1. The Provider will hire, at minimum, a .5 FTE who will serve as the Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the activities associated with the grant. The Project Coordinator's salary will not exceed $50,000 excluding benefits.
    2. The Provider may not use grant funds to support the purchase alcohol, tobacco or related products (e.g. for alcohol compliance checks, drug paraphernalia), clothing for workers within the organization (e.g., tee-shirts, jackets or hats bearing the agency's name / logo), items that advertise the agency (e.g., pens, pencils, water bottles, mugs, tee-shirts, hats, etc.), provide coalition / program incentives, give-always and prizes to the provider's employee or their immediate families.
  7. The Provider may use grant funds to support additional training for the Project Coordinator and / or coalition members' continuing education concerning the components of the Strategic Prevention Framework.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program (TPPP-PREP)

  1. Implement services in accordance with defined target population: at a minimum, 50% or more of the youth population served must be African-American and/or Hispanic youth (inclusive of multi-racial youth) and their parents/guardians.
  2. Deliver services in the designated geographic area with a demonstrated need approved in your original proposal.
  3. The Provider must deliver their approved evidence-based curriculum during the school day (in classrooms) and deliver supplemental activities (positive youth development and/or service learning) during out-of-school time settings.  Youth served in supplemental activities must have participated in the evidence-based curriculum programming delivered during the school day.
  4. The Provider must deliver information that is inclusive of both an abstinence and comprehensive sexual health education approach.
  5. The Provider must deliver information that is culturally-relevant, age and developmentally appropriate and medically accurate.
  6. The Provider must work collaboratively with programs and services provided by the Department (e.g. family planning clinics, etc.) and its Contractors in the Provider's defined service area.
  7. The Provider must make available to program staff a computer and internet access. In addition, programs are required to stay current with all new software releases, service packs and updates.
  8. Background checks are required for all program staff and volunteers who have one-on-one contact with children and youth. Funded programs are required to have a written protocol on file requiring background checks, as well as evidence of their completion.
  9. The Provider agrees to include in all publications, announcements, reports, flyers, brochures, and all other printed material, the phrase "funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services and Administration for Children and Families." Exceptions to this requirement must be requested in writing to the Department and will be considered authorized only upon written notice to the Provider.
  10. The Provider agrees to maintain program file documentation (e.g. attendance rosters, meeting minutes, etc.) which verifies delivery of services as outlined in the program plan.
  11. Staff implementing and overseeing the teen pregnancy prevention program must have been trained in the evidence-based curricula and service delivery of teen pregnancy prevention programming for targeted youth between the ages of 11 through 18.
  12. The Provider must participate in mandatory program meetings and trainings convened by or on behalf of the Department.
  13. The Provider must participate in evaluation activities as identified by the Program.
  14. The Provider must not use funds provided hereunder for inherently religious activities, such as worship, religious instruction or proselytization.
  15. Reporting Requirements - The Provider must submit the following reports to the Bureau and to other parties as designated by the Bureau.
  16. The Provider must submit information about the implementation of their evidence-based curriculum on a quarterly basis in a format determined by the Department or its evaluation contractor. The Provider must submit quarterly reports on the 15th day of the month after the quarter: 1st quarter - October 15, 2014, 2nd quarter - January 15, 2015, 3rd quarter - April 15, 2015 and 4th quarter - July 15, 2015.
  17. The Provider must annually submit a report regarding their coalition and supplemental services (positive youth development and/or service learning) activities on an annual basis in a format and deadline determined by the Department.
  18. The Provider must maintain process evaluation data (e.g. rosters, agendas, meeting minutes, etc.) related to the delivery of services that verifies information reported through reports as established by the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program (TPPP-PREP).
  19. The Bureau may conduct random audits to determine the accuracy of the data provided by the Provider. The Provider must be able to verify any request concerning data reported. The Department may delay, suspend, or terminate funding immediately without prior notice if the Provider produces late or substandard reports. The Division of Family and Community Services will provide written notification to the Provider that such delay, suspension or termination is imminent.

Community Youth Services

  1. The provider shall submit an annual program plan in accordance with the Community Youth Services Program requirements provided in the instruction guide and by the deadlines and in formats defined by the Department.
  2. The Provider must deliver Organizing, Direct Services and Advocacy services outlined in their approved program plan that address delinquency prevention.
  3. The Provider must deliver services in their approved designated service area.
  4. The Provider must conduct community organizing activities, in cooperation with individuals and groups indigenous to the community being served, to prevent juvenile delinquency in accordance with Department rules and requirements.
  5. The Provider must work collaboratively with programs (e.g. Comprehensive Community-based Youth Services, etc.) and services provided by the Department and its Contractors in the Provider's service area.
  6. The Provider must refer participants seeking additional health (e.g. family planning) or other human services (e.g. substance abuse treatment services, etc.).
  7. The Provider must make available to program staff a computer and internet access. In addition, programs are required to stay current with all new software releases, service packs and updates.
  8. The Provider must submit information about the implementation of Organizing, Direct Service and Advocacy activities on a quarterly basis in a format determined by the Department. The Provider must submit quarterly reports on the 15th day of the month after the quarter: 1st Quarter - October 31, 2014, 2nd Quarter - January 31, 2015, 3rd Quarter - April 30, 2015 and 4th Quarter - July 31, 2015.
  9. The Provider agrees to maintain program file documentation (e.g. attendance rosters, meeting minutes, etc.) which verifies delivery of services as outlined in the program plan.
  10. Background checks are required for all program staff and volunteers who have one-on-one contact with children and youth. Funded programs are required to have a written protocol on file requiring background checks, as well as evidence of their completion.
  11. The Provider agrees to include in all publications, announcements, reports, flyers, brochures, and all other printed material, the phrase "funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services."

Bureau of Positive Youth Development Special Projects

The Department will designate the scope of services for the special project that the Provider is authorized to conduct by means of a letter. If the Provider is funded for more than one special project, the letter will detail the scope of services by special project.

Subcontractors - Applied to All Grant Programs

  1. Subcontractor Agreements must be pre-approved by the Department.
  2. Any subcontractors shall be subject to all provisions of this Agreement.
  3. The Providers shall retain sole responsibility for the performance of the subcontractor.

V. Department Responsibilities

The Department will respond to the needs of the Provider as required within the full scope of the Agreement. The Department will provide technical assistance and monitoring for all programs operated under the Division of Family and Community Services.

VI. Support Services

Utilization of Community Resources - It shall be the responsibility of funded-staff to coordinate the services provided through the project with other sources of care in the community, such as:

  1. Local health departments
  2. Local hospitals
  3. Local law enforcement agencies
  4. Local schools and colleges

Other related health and social service agencies:

  1. Comprehensive Community Based Youth Service providers
  2. Local Federally-Qualified Health Centers
  3. Local School-based Health Centers
  4. Local Hospitals
  5. Local Family Planning Clinics

Please refer to 77 Ill. Adm. Code 630.160 and 630.170; Other Applicable Rules; and to the program-specific Exhibits for additional requirements.

VII. Billing Requirements and Reporting

Providers shall use the following methodology to document the use of these funds:

The Provider shall provide summary documentation by line item of actual expenditures incurred for the purchase of goods and services necessary for conducting program activities. The Provider shall use generally accepted accounting practices to record expenditures and revenues as outlined in DHS Rule 509, Fiscal Administrative Recordkeeping and Requirements.

Expenditures shall be recorded in the Provider's records in such a manner as to establish an audit trail for future verification of appropriate use of Agreement funds.

For Substance Abuse Prevention Program, Partnerships for Success, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program, and Community Youth Services expenditure documentation shall be submitted, in a format defined by the Division of Family and Community Services. Expenditures must be received from the Provider no later than the 15th day of the month following the month of service. Expenditures received without proper documentation will be returned to the Provider for resubmission. Final billing must be received by the 15th day of the month following the end of the Agreement period.

The Provider shall submit expenditure documentation by one of the following means to the designated grant program's contact as listed below:

  1. The Provider shall provide summary documentation by line item of actual expenditures incurred for the purchase of goods and services necessary for conducting program activities. The Provider shall use generally accepted accounting practices to record expenditures and revenues as outlined in DHS Rule 509, Fiscal Administrative Recordkeeping and Requirements.
  2. Expenditures shall be recorded in the Provider's records in such a manner as to establish an audit trail for future verification of appropriate use of Agreement funds.
  3. For Substance Abuse Prevention Program, Partnerships for Success, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program and Community Youth Services, expenditure documentation shall be submitted, in a format defined by the Division of Family and Community Services. Expenditures must be received from the Provider no later than the 15th day of the month following the month of service. Expenditures received without proper documentation will be returned to the Provider for resubmission. Final billing must be received by the 15th day of the month following the end of the Agreement period.
  4. The Provider shall submit expenditure documentation by one of the following means to the designated grant program's contact as listed below:
    • Substance Abuse Prevention Program
      • Mailing Address:
    • Partnerships For Success
      • Mailing Address:
    • Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program-Personal Responsibility Education Program (TPPP-PREP)
      • Mailing Address:
        • Mary White, PREP Administrator
          823 E. Monroe Street
          Springfield, IL 62701
          Phone: 217-524-5993
          Fax:  217-524-3603
          Email:  mary.d.white@illinois.gov
    • Community Youth Services
      • Mailing Address:
        • Thurman Byrd
          401 S. Clinton Street, 4th Floor
          Chicago, Illinois 60607
          Phone: 312-793-2755
          Fax:  312-793-4666
          Email:  Thurman.Byrd@illinois.gov
    • Bureau of Positive Youth Development Special Projects
      • Mailing Address:
        • Kim Fornero
          Illinois Department of Human Services
          Bureau of Positive Youth Development
          401 South Clinton, 4th Floor
          Chicago, IL  60607
          Fax:  312-793-4666
          Email:  kim.fornero@illinois.gov
  5. All financial record keeping on the part of the Provider shall be in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied.
  6. Note on Provider Audit Requirements - The State General Revenue Funds disbursed through the Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Community Services, are usually Maintenance of Effort (MOE) or matching funds. Therefore, these funds are generally treated as FEDERAL FUNDS at the end of the fiscal year. Such treatment of State General Revenue Funds as Federal Funds may cause the Provider to fall under the audit requirements of OMB Circular A-133. This knowledge can be used to avoid unnecessary additional costs when requesting year-end fiscal audits. The Provider is therefore advised to notify their independent auditor (CPA) of this possibility.

VIII. Program Monitoring

The service Provider, sub-grantee and fiscal agent will make available to the Secretary of the Department of Human Services or the Secretary's designee, access to data, records and all facilities in which service or administrative operations are performed to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement.

IX. Program Budget

A budget must be submitted in the format provided in the Community Service Agreement website and by the established deadline. A budget narrative must be submitted to the Program in a format provided by the grant program and by the established deadline. The budget identifies how the services will be supported, through identification of specific budget items and funding. The Provider will submit revisions to its budget and budget narrative with a rationale.

Providers agree to establish and utilize a budget approved by the Provider's Board of Directors.

X.  Applicable Rules and Statues

The Provider shall provide services as set forth in the pertinent portions of the FCS Program Manual and shall act in accordance with all state and federal statutes and administrative rules applicable to the provision of the services, including, but not limited to the following:

Federal Rules:

  1. 42 CFR 430 et seq.: Medicaid provisions of Title XIX of the Social Security Act and its rules
  2. 42 CFR Part 50, Subpart C: Policies of General Applicability, Abortions and Related Medical Services in Federally Assisted Programs of the Public Health Service
  3. 42 CFR 54.1 et seq.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provisions regarding Charitable Choice
  4. 45 CFR Part 16: Procedures of the Departmental Grant Appeals Board
  5. 45 CFR 74 and 45 CFR 75: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provisions regarding Administration of Grants
  6. 45 CFR Part 79: Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act
  7. 45 CFR Part 96: Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SAPT) Regulations
  8. 45 CFR Part 96: Tobacco regulations for SAPT (SYNAR Amendment)
  9. 2 CFR Part 225 - Cost Principles for State, Local and Indian Tribal Governments
  10. 45 CFR Part 16 - Procedures of the Departmental Grant Appeals Board
  11. 45 CFR Part 30 - Claims Collection
  12. 45 CFR Part 76 - Debarment and Suspension from Eligibility for Financial Assistance (Nonprocurement)
  13. 45 CFR Part 80 - Nondiscrimination Under Programs Receiving Federal Assistance through the Department of Health and Human Services, Effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  14. 45 CFR Part 81 - Practice and Procedure for Hearings Under Part 80 of this Title
  15. 45 CFR Part 82 - Government wide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (Financial assistance)
  16. 45 CFR Part 84 - Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap in Programs and Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance
  17. 45 CFR Part 86 - Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs and Activities Receiving or Benefiting from Federal Financial Assistance
  18. 45 CFR Part 87 - Equal Treatment for Faith-Based Organizations
  19. 45 CFR Part 91 - Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Age in HHS Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance
  20. 45 CFR Part 92 - Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State, and Local, and Tribal Governments
  21. 5 CFR Part 93 - New Restrictions on Lobbying
  22. 45 CFR Part 95, Subpart E - Cost Allocation Plans

Federal Statutes:

  1. 7 U.S. Code 3007: Farm Security and Rural Investment Act
  2. 20 U.S. Code 1431: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part C
  3. 22 U.S. Code 7102 et seq.: Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act
  4. 42 U.S. Code 290aa et seq.: Public Health Service Act
  5. 42 U.S. Code 300 et seq.: Block Grant Regarding Mental Health and Substance Abuse
  6. 42 U.S. Code 701 et seq.: Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant
  7. 42 U.S. Code 5101 et seq.: Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1996
  8. 42 U.S. Code 5601 et seq.: Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act
  9. 42 U.S. Code 10401 et seq.: Family Violence Prevention and Services Act
  10. 42 U.S. Code Chapter 7, Subchapter V, Section 701: Authorization of Appropriations
  11. 42 U.S. Code 713 - authorizing the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Section 2935 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, new Section 513 to Title V of the Social Security Act

State Rules: Title 77 Illinois Administrative Code

  1. Part 2030: Award and Monitoring of Funds

State Rules: Title 89 Illinois Administrative Code

  1. Part 310: Delivery of Youth Services Funded by the Department of Human Services
  2. Part 313: Community Services
  3. Part 507: Audit Requirements of DHS
  4. Part 509: Fiscal/Administrative Recordkeeping and Requirements
  5. Part 511: Grants and Grant Funds Recovery

State Statutes:

  1. 5 ILCS 420/1-101 et seq: Illinois Governmental Ethics Act
  2. 5 ILCS 430 et seq: State Officials and Employees Ethics Act
  3. 20 ILCS 301: Illinois Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependency Act
  4. 20 ILCS 405/405-300 Civil Administrative Code of Illinois
  5. 20 ILCS 505/17: Children and Family Services Act
  6. 20 ILCS 1305: Department of Human Services Act
  7. 20 ILCS 1310: Domestic Violence Shelters Act
  8. 20 ILCS 2310/55.05: Civil Admin. Code of Illinois
  9. 30 ILCS 105/9.04: State Finance Act
  10. 30 ILCS 105/15a: State Finance Act
  11. 30 ILCS 50/1-1 et seq: Illinois Procurement Code
  12. 30 ILCS 435/15: Human Services provider Bond Reserve Payment Act
  13. 30 ILCS 500/1-15.60: Illinois Procurement Code
  14. 30 ILCS 500/20-80: Illinois Procurement Code
  15. 30 ILCS 540/1 et seq: State Prompt Payment Act
  16. 30 ILCS 575/0.01 et seq: Business Enterprise Program for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities
  17. 30 ILCS 705/1: Illinois Grant Funds Recovery Act
  18. 225 ILCS 60: Medical Practice Act of 1987
  19. 225 ILCS 460/1: Solicitation for Charity Act
  20. 325 ILCS 5: Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act
  21. 705 ILCS 405: Illinois Juvenile Court Act
  22. 750 ILCS 60/227: Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986
  23. 760 ILCS 55/1: Charitable Trust Act
  24. 805 ILCS 5: Business Corporation Act