Substance Use Prevention and Recovery CSA Attachment C

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Applicable Laws, Rules and Regulations 
  3. Treatment and Support Services
  4. Prevention Services
  5. Deliverables
  6. Payment
  7. Eligibility Criteria
  8. Reporting Requirements
  9. Special Conditions

I. Introduction

This document is an attachment to the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS/SUPR) Uniform Grant Agreement (UGA). This attachment identifies additional contract rules and requirements that are not specified in the UGA but that apply to all funded organizations.

II. Applicable Laws, Rules and Regulations

Compliance is required with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, and guidelines of state and federal government, including but not limited to:

A. Federal

Fee-for-Service (Medicaid) and Grant Funded

  1. Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act (45 CFR, Part 79). Certification of compliance with the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act.
  2. Federal regulations regarding Diagnostic, Screening, Prevention, and Rehabilitation Services (Medicaid) (42 CFR 440.130).
  3. Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records (42 CFR, Part 2).
  4. Federal regulations regarding Opioid Maintenance Therapy (21 CFR 291.505 (FDA)), (21CFR1301-1307 (DEA)).

Grant Funded Only

  1. The Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Regulations (45 CFR, Part 96 Subpart L).
  2. Charitable Choice: Religious organizations as defined under 42 CFR 54.2(b), shall comply with the Charitable Choice Regulations as set forth in 42 CFR 54.1 et seq. regarding funds provided directly to pay for substance use disorder prevention and treatment services under 42 U.S.C. 300x-21 et seq.; 42 U.S.C. 290aa, et seq.; and 42 U.S.C. 290cc-21 to 290cc-35.
    1. Notice shall be given to each patient and potential patient of his/her right to receive alternative services from another organization, and the right to be referred to alternative services that reasonably meet the requirements of timeliness, capacity, accessibility and equivalency as set forth in 42 CFR 54.8 and 54a.8. It is recommended that the "model notice" set forth in Appendix A of 42 CFR 54a be used.
    2. Referrals shall be made to alternative organizations as set forth in 42 CFR 54.8 and 54a.8 and can be made utilizing 1-833-2FINDHELP or to identify suitable alternative organizations.
    3. A record of referrals made pursuant to these regulations shall be maintained and provided to IDHS on an annual survey as requested.
    4. No patient or potential patient may be discriminated against based on religion, a religious belief, or a refusal to actively participate in a religious practice.
    5. Funds shall not be used for inherently religious activities, such as worship, religious instruction, or proselytizing. 

B. State

Fee-for-Service (Medicaid) and Grant Funded

  1. The Illinois Substance Use Disorder Act (20 ILCS 301), (hereafter referred to as the "Act").
  2. Title 77 Ill. Adm. Code, Parts 2030, 2060 and 2090.
  3. Title 44, Part 7000, Grant Accountability and Transparency Act.
  4. Public Act 100-1058 Section 10, The Health Care Worker Self-Referral Act.

C. Manuals/Annual Online Certification Plan Survey

Fee-for-Service (Medicaid) and Grant Funded

  • DARTS Manual
  • Contractual Policy Manual
  • Annual Online Certification Plan Survey

Fee-for-Service (Medicaid)

  • Policy Manual for Participants Covered Under the Department of Healthcare and Family Services (IDHFS) Medical Programs

III. Treatment and Support Services

Services are more specifically described in the IDHS/SUPR Contractual Policy Manual located at

All services can be funded via Grant, but Medicaid fee-for-service reimbursement from IDHS/SUPR is only allowed for services that are covered in the IDHFS Medicaid State Plan or for waiver services included as pilots in the Better Care Illinois Behavioral Health Initiative. All services must be delivered by IDHS/SUPR licensed and/or certified organizations.

A. Treatment Services

  1. Level 0.5 (Early Intervention) as specified in Part 2060.402 (a).
  2. Level 1 (Outpatient) as specified in Part 2060.401 (b).
  3. Level 2.1 and 2.5 (Intensive Outpatient/Partial Hospitalization) as specified in Part 2060.401 (c).
  4. Level 3.5 (Residential Rehabilitation) as specified in Part 2060.401 (d).
  5. Level 3.7 (Withdrawal Management) as specified in Part 2060.405.
  6. Psychiatric Evaluation: An examination of a patient and exchange of information to determine whether the patient's condition is because of alcohol and/or other drugs or to a diagnosed psychiatric disorder.
  7. Medication Monitoring: A medical review of a patient's use of psychotropic medications while in treatment that is conducted by the organization's psychiatrist or physician or physician extender.
  8. Medication Assisted Treatment: The prescription of medications that are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to assist with treatment for a substance use disorder and to support recovery for individuals receiving services in a facility licensed by the Division. Medication assisted recovery includes but is not limited to opioid treatment services using Methadone.
  9. Level 3.1 (Residential Extended Care) as defined in Part 2060.103 and as specified in Part 2060.401 (d).
  10. Level 3.2 (Withdrawal Management) as specified in Part 2060.405.

B. Support Services

  1. Toxicology: Urine, blood or saliva analysis to determine the presence of alcohol and/or other drugs in patients who receive treatment or intervention services.
  2. Case Management: A coordinated approach to the delivery of health and medical treatment, substance use disorder treatment, mental health treatment, and social services, linking patients with appropriate services to address specific needs and achieve stated goals.
  3. Community Intervention: A service that occurs within the community rather than in a treatment setting. These services focus on the community and its residents and include crisis intervention, case finding to identify individuals in need of service including in-reach and outreach to targeted populations or individuals not admitted to treatment. Outreach is the encouragement, engagement or re-engagement of at-risk individual(s) into treatment through community institutions such as churches, schools and medical facilities (as defined by the community) or through the Illinois Department of Human Services consultation. In-reach is the education of community institutions or state agencies and social services staff regarding the screening and referral of at-risk individuals to treatment programs for the purposes of a clinical assessment.
  4. Recovery Home: Services as specified in Part 2060.509 and/or in the service requirements located in the Contractual Policy Manual.
  5. Criminal Justice Services: Activities designed to serve those criminal justice offenders with substance use disorders currently under the jurisdiction of the Circuit Courts and Judicial Districts of the State of Illinois, County Probation Departments, local State's Attorney's Offices and County Sheriff's Departments. Services are designed to refer such offenders into treatment programs as an alternative to prosecution or incarceration and to clinically monitor and track such clients' progress in treatment. Activities designed to also serve inmates involved with or who are parolees of Department of Corrections Correctional Center substance use disorder treatment programs. These services are designed to intervene and address multiple problems, often chronic in nature, presented by the inmate at the time of parole to the community and must include referrals to licensed community-based substance use disorder treatment organizations for continuing treatment and/or recovery.
  6. Medications: Limited reimbursement for the cost of medication.
  7. Interpreter Services for the Deaf or Hearing Impaired: Interpreter services for treatment clients who are also deaf or hearing impaired.
  8. Child Domiciliary: Beds for children who reside with a parent who is receiving residential care or who is residing in a recovery home.
  9. Gambling Intervention and Treatment: A collaborative system of care designed for persons who are diagnosed with co-occurring substance use, gambling, and other disorders and/or gambling as a primary disorder.
  10. Recovery Support Services: Recovery support services include employment training, continuing care, employment coaching, peer recovery coaching, recovery coaching, recovery skills, spiritual support, and transportation.
  11. Special Project: The provision of special or unique projects. Descriptions are specified in a separate scope of services (Uniform Grant Agreement exhibit) that are incorporated into and, therefore, are a part of the IDHS Uniform Grant Agreement.
  12. Vouchered Contract Deliverable: The provision of a contracted service, product, or expenditure, either through fixed rate or grant that cannot be billed electronically through DARTS.

C. Interim Services (42CFR Part 2 96.121)

Interim Services or Interim Substance Use Disorder Services means services that are provided until an individual is admitted to a substance use disorder treatment program. The purposes of the services are to reduce adverse health effects, promote the health of the individual, and reduce the risk of transmission of disease. At a minimum, interim services include counseling and education about HIV and tuberculosis (TB), about the risks of needle-sharing, the risks of transmission to sexual partners and infants, and about steps that can be taken to ensure that HIV and TB transmission does not occur, as well as referral for HIV or TB treatment services if necessary. For pregnant women, interim services also include counseling on the effects of alcohol and drug use on the fetus, as well as referral for prenatal care.

D. Tuberculosis Services

Counseling regarding tuberculosis and testing to determine infection with mycobacterium tuberculosis to determine the appropriate form of treatment and to provide a referral for infected persons for appropriate medical evaluation and treatment. Through arrangements with other public or nonprofit entities, such tuberculosis services shall be routinely available to everyone receiving treatment for a substance use disorder; and in the case of an individual in need of such treatment, who is denied admission based on the lack of capacity of the organization to admit the individual, will refer the individual to another provider of tuberculosis services.

E. Pregnant Women and Women with Dependent Children (45CFR 96.124)

Families shall be treated as a unit and therefore organizations shall admit both women and their children into treatment, if appropriate, including women attempting to regain custody of their children. The organization shall also make available, either directly or through linkage agreements with other public or nonprofit entities, the provision or arrangement for the following services:

  1. Primary medical care for women, including referral for prenatal care and the provision of childcare while such women are receiving these services;
  2. Primary pediatric care, including immunization, for children;
  3. Gender specific treatment and therapeutic interventions for the women which may address relationship issues, sexual and physical abuse, parenting skills and the provision of childcare while such women are receiving these services;
  4. Therapeutic interventions for children in custody of women in treatment which may, among other things, address their developmental needs, their issues of sexual and physical abuse and neglect; and
  5. Sufficient case management and transportation to ensure women and their children have access to these services.

F. Treatment Services for Pregnant Women (45CFR 96.131)

Pregnant women who seek or are referred and who would benefit from such services shall be given preference in admission to treatment. The organization shall publicize the availability of treatment services to this population and that priority is given for admission. If unable to admit a pregnant woman because of insufficient capacity or because the organization does not deliver the necessary services, referral to another organization must be made and documented within 48 hours of the request. The organization shall also notify the Division regarding such persons for whom it lacks the capacity to admit. This notification shall be made using the Division's Capacity Management System, hereafter referred to as "CAPMAN" which will enable the Department to identify an organization with the capacity to provide the necessary treatment.

G. Capacity for Treatment for Patients with Injecting Substance Use Disorders (45CFR 96.126)

If the organization delivers treatment for patients with injecting substance use disorders, it shall:

  1. Notify the Division immediately upon reaching 90% capacity to admit such individuals. Such notification shall be by use of CAPMAN.
  2. Admit an individual who requests and needs treatment for intravenous drug use no later than 14 days after the individual makes the request for admission; or 120 days after the date of the initial request, if no organization has the capacity to admit the individual on the date of such request and if interim services, as defined herein, are made available to the individual not later than 48 hours after such request.
  3. Establish a waiting list, which includes a unique patient identifier for each individual seeking treatment, including those receiving interim services, while awaiting admission to treatment.
  4. Use outreach models that are evidence-based and scientifically sound or, if no such models are available which are applicable to the local situation, use an approach which reasonably can be expected to be an effective outreach method. All models shall require that outreach efforts include the following:
    1. Selecting, training and supervising outreach workers;
    2. A strategy to contact high risk substance users, their associates and neighborhood residents that conforms to state and federal confidentiality requirements including 42CFR, Part 2;
    3. Promoting awareness among injecting drug users about the relationship between injecting drug use and communicable diseases such as HIV;
    4. Recommend steps that can be taken to ensure that HIV transmission does not occur; and
    5. Encouraging entry into treatment.

IV. Prevention Services

Services are driven by deliverables specified in Uniform Grant Agreement exhibits specific to the type of prevention program. The Drug Overdose Prevention Program is part of the Bureau of Prevention Services and specified in the Act.

V. Deliverables

Fee-for-Service (Medicaid) and Grant Funded

A. Contractual Policy Manual and Specific Exhibits

The terms and conditions and deliverables set forth in the Contractual Policy Manual and in all applicable Exhibits and/or service requirements located in the manual shall be in addition to those contained in this principal Attachment and in the Uniform Grant Agreement.  They are incorporated herein by reference.

B. Conflict Between Attachment C, Exhibits and Service Requirements

In the event of a conflict between Attachment C, and an Exhibit or Service Requirement, the terms of the latter shall supersede and govern.

Grant Funded Only

C. Continuity of Services

The funds obligated under this award are for the entire twelve-month period of the state fiscal year referenced herein. Therefore, the organization shall ensure that all services funded by this award are available for the entire twelve-month period of the fiscal year irrespective of when full disbursement of the award occurs.

D. Annual Online Certification Plan Survey

The organization shall complete an Annual Online Certification Plan Survey in a format prescribed by the Division and have such a plan approved in writing and on file with IDHS/SUPR.

VI. Payment

A. Funding Methodology

Grant or Grant Fixed Rate shall be the funding methodology for all funds. Grantees will receive payment by one of the three payment methodologies (Advance Payment, Reimbursement or Working Capital Advance).

IAdvance Payment Method (Advance and Reconcile)

  1. An initial payment will be processed in an amount equal to the first two months' cash requirements as reflected in the Advance Payment Requirements Forecast (Cash Budget) Form submitted with the Grantee's application. The initial payment will be processed upon execution of the grantee's Uniform Grant Agreement.
  2. Grantees must submit monthly invoices in the format and method prescribed in the Grantee's executed Uniform Grant Agreement. The first invoice is due within 15 days after the first month of the Award's term. Invoices must include only allowable incurred costs that have been paid by the Grantee. For programs that have Grantee matching requirements, allowable costs are only reimbursable when matching costs have also been incurred.
  3. Subsequent monthly payments will be based on each monthly invoice submitted by Grantee to Grantor, and will be adjusted up or down, based on a comparison of actual cumulative expenditures to cumulative advance payments, to date.
  4. Grantees that do not expend all advance payment amounts by the end of the Award term or that are unable to demonstrate that all incurred costs were necessary, reasonable, allowable, or allocable as approved in their respective budget, must return the funds within 45 days..
  5. Grantees may be required to submit supporting documentation for their requests at the request of and in a manner prescribed by the Grantor.
  6. Failure to abide by advance payment governance requirements may result in grantee losing their right to advance payments.

II. Reimbursement Method

  1. IDHS will disburse payments to Grantee based on actual allowable costs incurred as reported in the monthly financial invoice submitted for the respective month, as described below.
  2. Grantees must submit monthly invoices in a format prescribed by Grantor. Invoices must include all allowable incurred costs for the first and each subsequent month of operations until the end of the Award term. Invoices must be submitted on or before the 15th calendar day following the end of each monthly invoice period. As practicable, Grantor shall process payment within 30 calendar days after receipt of the invoice, unless the State awarding agency reasonably believes the request to be improper.
  3. Grantees may be required to submit supporting documentation for their requests at the request of and in a manner prescribed by the Grantor.

III. Working Capital Advance Method

  1. IDHS Grant Program Managers will advance working capital payments to the grantee to cover their estimated disbursement needs for an initial period not to exceed two months of grant expenses. Startup costs may be approved if determined by IDHS Grant Program Managers to be allowable.
  2. Grantees must submit monthly invoices for each of the one or two months covered by the Working Capital Advance in the format and method prescribed by the Grantor. The first invoice is due 15 calendar days after the first month of the Award term. Invoices must include only allowable incurred costs that have been paid by the grantee. For grant programs that have grantee matching requirements, allowable costs are only reimbursable when matching costs have also been incurred.
  3. Grantees may be required to submit supporting documentation for their requests at the request of and in a manner prescribed by the Grantor.
  4. Working Capital Advance Payments are limited to a single occurrence per grant term.
  5. Following the initial working capital advance payment, grantees will be paid via advance or reimbursement method as appropriate.

Grant Fixed Rate: means payments for non-Medicaid services based on a rate, unit cost or allowable costs incurred, that are based on a statement, bill or DARTS submission as required by IDHS. Fixed Rate payments are subject to all federal administrative regulations and requirements including, but not limited to, OMB Circular A-102, OMB Circular A-100, OMB Circular A-133, and are subject to all applicable cost principles, including OMB Circular A-21, OMB Circular A-87 and OMB Circular A-122. A Fixed Rate agreement, in common terminology, is a non-Medicaid fee-for-service agreement. Fixed Rate grants will paid on a Reimbursement basis

B. Payments Processed by Division

All Payments made by the Division are subject to post-payment audit and recovery procedure as set forth in IX, F. of this attachment.

C. Grantee Compliance Enforcement System; Illinois Stop Payment List 

The Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) established a Grantee Compliance Enforcement System that outlines a statewide framework for State agencies to manage occurrences of noncompliance with grant requirements. See 44 ILCS 7000.80

D. Final Billing Submission Date

The final submission date for billing all non-Medicaid funded services is close of business of the first Monday of August. Notification is provided twice a year in writing of the actual date. It is the responsibility of each organization to ensure that these billings are submitted for DARTS or manual processing by this date. As a reminder, it is critically important that DARTS or manual billing errors be resolved when they occur as delays in billing reconciliation from the organization that result in non-accepted or late submissions will not be eligible for payment through the Court of Claims. Examples of such delays that are the responsibility of the organization are:

  1. Submission of claims past the August date.
  2. Non-reconciliation of software reporting problems resulting in inability to submit bills by the August date.
  3. Non-reconciliation of DARTS or manual billing errors by the August date.
  4. Non-submission of manual payment vouchers by the August date.

To assist with compliance to year-end submissions, it is strongly recommended that June DARTS or manual earnings, as well as any other prior month's earnings, be submitted as early as possible in July to allow time for correction of errors. Adherence to this submission deadline is a factor that is evaluated during each state fiscal year contracting process.

VII. Eligibility Criteria

A. Patient Eligibility

All individuals who receive services funded by the Division must:

  1. Meet the income eligibility requirements specified in the Contractual Policy Manual and/or;
  2. Meet any stated eligibility conditions in an Exhibit referenced in the Attachment C cover page, the Contractual Policy Manual, and Exhibit 1 for the applicable fiscal year award and/or;
  3. Have a valid Illinois medical card for Medicaid reimbursement.

B. Gender/Religion

No organization shall, on the grounds of gender (including in the case of any woman due to pregnancy) or of religion, exclude any patient from participation in, or deny the benefits of any services or activities funded hereunder.

C. Service Priorities

In its admission of patients for services as described in this Agreement, the organization shall, and certifies that it does, give priority to the following patients (unless such priority would violate state or federal law). Priorities 1, 2, and 3 must be addressed in rank order.

  1. Pregnant women with injecting drug use.
  2. Pregnant women with a substance use disorder.
  3. Individuals with injecting drug use.
  4. Post-partum women, women with young children and justice-involved women.
  5. DCFS referred persons, TANF, DOC releasees and those with service in the U.S. Armed Forces.

D. TANF Referrals

Any TANF individuals referred from an IDHS office must be given priority status for placement as specified herein. Such individuals must receive an assessment within 48 hours and every attempt should be made for an immediate placement in treatment. The organization shall comply with all paperwork requirements associated with the referral, placement, progress and sanctioning of such individuals (i.e., referral acceptance form, progress report form).

E. Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families (SMVF)

The organization shall:

  1. Develop policies and procedures regarding the provision of substance use disorder services to SMVF.
  2. Develop a list of referral resources to assist SMVF address issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, suicide prevention, employment, education, housing, and the process of applying for state and federal veteran's benefits.
  3. Ensure that the following inquiry is made when conducting any initial screening or evaluation. "Have you or a loved one ever served in the U.S. Armed Forces?"
  4. Ensure SMVF have access to culturally appropriate services, through development of a training plan to improve staff awareness of SMVF issues and increase staff understanding of military culture. Training resources can include the Illinois Joining Forces network (, the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs (, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (, and the VA's Community Providers toolkit (

VIII. Reporting Requirements

A. Periodic Performance Reporting

The State agency shall require the awardee to use the Periodic Performance Report (PPR) to articulate performance outcomes. In addition, each State grantmaking agency shall utilize the PPR to:

  1. Require its awardees to relate financial data to performance accomplishments of the award; and
  2. When applicable, require awardees to provide cost information to demonstrate cost-effective practices. [30 ILCS 708/50(c)(1)]

All fixed rate grantees, unless otherwise specified in writing by the Division, shall report service data electronically. Organizations shall also report any other data requested by the Division to carry out its duties. The preferred method of reporting fixed rate grant service data is through software supplied by the Division (DARTS) unless another arrangement has been made in writing.

B. Source Data

The organization shall be able to verify, upon request, all DARTS and manual reporting data entries via hard copy of source documentation as defined and described in the IDHS Contractual Policy Manual for the current fiscal year.

C. Fiscal Data

Grantees must submit financial reports as requested and in the format required by Grantor. Grantee shall file monthly reports with Grantor describing the expenditure(s) of the funds related thereto IAW 2 CFR 200.207. Failure to submit the required financial reports may cause delay or suspension of funding. 30 ILCS 705/1 et seq.; 2 CFR 207(b)(3) and 200.327.


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Drug and Alcohol Services Information System (DASIS), National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) questionnaire shall be completed by the organization at least annually. One survey shall be completed per site number (one I-SATS number is assigned per site). Inventory of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (I-SATS) are assigned by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to all treatment facilities. The I-SATS ID number is the same identifier for the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS), and the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) systems.

E. Manual Reporting

All manual report requirements set forth in specific service requirements located in the Contractual Policy Manual shall be submitted in the following time frame:

Monthly: Submitted by the fifteenth working day of the following month.

All such reports shall be submitted to the following address:

Contract Management
Attn: Supervisor
Illinois Department of Human Services
Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery
401 South Clinton Street, Second Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60607-3800

F. Capacity Management/Waiting List

The organization shall report capacity information for residential and/or outpatient methadone treatment to the Capacity Management System ("CAPMAN") daily. Reporting shall occur in a manner specified by the Division through the Illinois Helpline for Opioids and Other Substances portal. The organization agrees to make every reasonable effort to locate and effect referrals to appropriate services for any patient who is specified as a priority service population as described herein, before placing such patient on a waiting list. Organizations shall maintain a documented record system, which includes patient locating information for patients it has placed on a waiting list.

IX. Special Conditions

A. Training

The organization shall attend and participate in Division sponsored training and technical assistance. The organization shall be notified of required training and shall be responsible for all related travel expenses, unless otherwise specified by the Department.

B. Notifications

The organization shall:

  1. Notify the Division immediately in writing upon discovery of any substantial problem relative to the submission of any required service or financial data.
  2. Obtain approval from the Division in writing 90 calendar days prior to any planned cessation or relocation of any service or facility funded in part or total by the Division.
    Failure to obtain such approval is a material breach of this agreement and voids the Division's funding obligation for such program.

C. Peer Review

Peer review, coordinated through the Division, will be conducted on selected organizations to assess the quality, appropriateness, and efficiency of treatment services delivered in accordance with 77 Ill. Adm. Code 2060 and in accordance with the requirements of 45 CFR, Part 96.136.

D. Staff Development

The organization shall provide staff development, including continuing education and will participate in continuing education/professional development with respect to:

  1. Recent trends in SUD in the state;
  2. Improved methods and evidence-based practices for SUD and prevention services;
  3. Performance accountability;
  4. Data Collection and reporting requirements; and
  5. Any other matters that would serve to improve the delivery of SUD prevention, intervention,  and treatment within the state.

E. Evaluations

The organization may be randomly selected to participate in outcome evaluations by the Division. If selected, the organization shall assist as requested within reason, i.e., locating and interviewing patients, obtaining required written consent from patients. The organization shall within reason and in accordance with confidentiality requirements, keep contact information on former patients, which includes at least three individuals that may be contacted regarding the patient's residence.

F. Monitoring and Post-Payment Auditing

The organization shall allow the Division access to its facilities, records and employees for the purposes of monitoring and post-payment auditing. Any findings arising from monitoring or post-payment audits will be shared with the organization. The organization shall submit corrective action plans to IDHS/SUPR as requested, shall comply with plans of correction relative to monitoring and may be subject to license sanctions for non-compliance. Post-payment audit will also result in recoupment of funds, which are the subject of audit findings. Any funds, which have been determined to be unsupported; to be overpayments; or otherwise to be improperly held, shall be returned to the Division.

  1. Grant funds shall be recovered as disbursement adjustments during the contract or pursuant to the Illinois Grant Funds Recovery Act and 89 Ill. Adm. Code 511 at the end of the grant period.
  2. Grant Fixed Rate and Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Fund (DDDPF) funds shall be recovered pursuant to a notice of intent to recover unsubstantiated billings and a chance for written informal review.
  3. Medicaid funds shall be recovered pursuant to 89 Ill. Adm. Code 140.15 and 89 Ill. Adm. Code 104.200 et. seq. regarding Medical Vendor Hearings.

G. Fiscal Requirements for Grant Funded Only

Federal (SAPT, ASAF) Award funds may not be used:

  1. To provide inpatient hospital services, except as determined to be medically necessary in accordance with federal guidelines;
  2. To make cash payments to intended recipients of health services except in the case of program outcome evaluations;
  3. To purchase or improve land, purchase, construct, or permanently improve (other than minor remodeling) any building or other facility, or purchase major medical equipment;
  4. To satisfy any requirement for the expenditure of non-federal funds as a condition for the receipt of federal funds without prior approval;
  5. To provide individuals with hypodermic needles or syringes so that such individuals may use illegal drugs, unless the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service determines that a demonstration needle exchange program would be effective in reducing drug abuse and the risk that the public will become infected with the etiologic agent for AIDS;
  6. To provide financial assistance to any entity other than a public or nonprofit private entity;
  7. To expend more then the amount prescribed by Section 1931 (a)(3) of the PHS Act for the provision of treatment services in penal or correction institutions of the state; and
  8. The organization shall adhere to all applicable requirements cited in federal regulations 2 CFR200 as well as SABG requirements stated in federal regulations Title 45; Part 96; Subpart L; 96.135.

H. Funding Policy

  1. The organization shall establish systems regarding eligibility, billing and collection to assure that persons entitled to third party payment benefits (other than state or federal funds) are reimbursed therefrom, and that all other provisions regarding patient eligibility and payment are implemented as specified in the Contractual Policy Manual.
  2. Substance use disorder treatment services billed to this contract agreement shall be reimbursed at the rates set forth in current Contractual Policy Manual. Rates for existing programs will remain in place during the period of this agreement or until otherwise indicated in writing by the Division.
  3. Funding is provided for services to all eligible individuals regardless of where they reside in Illinois unless otherwise specified by the Division.

I. Global Funding

Global funding combines multiple services together into one funding amount that is used for disbursement. An earnings expectation is established as the global funding amount to provide service flexibility throughout all levels of care. However, dedicated funding may be established within global funding relative to expectations for a specific service or population.