Redeploy Illinois
CSFA Number: 444-80-0714
Agency Name
Department Of Human Services (444)
Agency Contact
Karrie Rueter
217-557-2943
DHS.YouthServicesInfo@Illinois.gov
Short Description
The intent of the Redeploy Illinois program is to grant funds to counties or groups of counties that will establish a continuum of local, community-based sanctions and treatment alternatives for juvenile offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated if those local services and sanctions were not available, as required by 730 ILCS 110/16.1.

Redeploy Eligible youth include any youth under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, not currently in IDJJ, that is facing a possible commitment to IDJJ for a charge other than murder or a Class X forcible felony. Redeploy eligible commitments exclude minors sentenced based upon a finding of guilt of first degree murder or an offense which is a Class X forcible felony as defined in the Criminal Code of 1961.
In exchange for these program funds, the provider agrees to reduce the number of Redeploy Illinois eligible commitments from that county (ies) by a minimum of 25% compared to the agreed upon baseline.

The RI sites will assist the Department in identifying effective models to reduce commitments and guide replication efforts in other parts of the state. These funds will be used to help sites fill the gaps in the existing continuum of programs and services for delinquent youth, allowing counties to cost effectively serve youth locally and reduce their reliance on IDJJ.

Prior research provides solid evidence that community-based services for delinquent youth are more effective and less expensive than a sentence to secure confinement for a certain profile of youth offenders who are deemed likely to benefit from such services, since the cost of community-based programs is lower than the cost of incarceration.

Through Redeploy Illinois, counties will link each youth to a wide array of needed services and supports within his or her home community, as indicated through an individualized needs assessment. Services will be provided in the least restrictive manner possible, and include, but are not limited to, case management, court advocacy, education assistance, individual, family and/or group counseling, and crisis intervention.

PLANNING GRANT OPPORTUNITY
Counties or groups of counties interested in becoming a full Redeploy Illinois program site must first participate in and complete the Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant process (Phase 1). The Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant is intended to allow counties to explore the possibility of becoming a full Redeploy Illinois Program site (Phase 2). Completing this planning process will enhance the county’s ability to more effectively serve juveniles. The planning grant is intended to help the counties understand the initiative, its expectations, how it could positively impact their community and youth, as well as get a feel for their ability to meet the 25% commitment reduction requirement. This is important because this reduction requirement has been the most cited reason for the counties not applying to be a Redeploy Illinois site because failure to meet this requirement carries a financial penalty that must be paid by the county for every youth in excess of the requirement. Upon completion/submission of the Planning Grant Final Report, the Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board (RIOB) will invite those interested and eligible Counties to submit a full Redeploy Program Site application for funding consideration (Phase 2).
In addition to the Redeploy Illinois Program Site and Planning Grant, the Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board also operates a Redeploy Focused Program. This program allows individual counties, not eligible for a full program site grant, to request Redeploy Illinois services for an individual youth. More information can be found about the Redeploy Focused program at: http://www.redeployillinois.org/redeploy-illinois-focused-program

Participation in the Redeploy Planning Grant will include an opportunity to learn more about the Redeploy Focused Program, how it works, who is eligible, what services may be available, how to apply etc. Planning grantees may also be able to fully utilize the Redeploy Focused Program to obtain services for eligible youth even during the planning process.

This funding notice will provide the instruction necessary for Counties interested in exploring and potentially becoming a Redeploy program site.

CONTINUATION APPLICATIONS will also be available for currently funded sites.
Subject Area
Human Services
Program Function
Law, Justice, and Legal Services
Enabling Legislation
730 ILCS 110/16.1
Objectives and Goals
Goals: To decrease juvenile incarceration through the creation of evidence-based community programs that maintains public safety and promotes positive outcomes for youth.

Outcomes: Reduced commitment to IDJJ; improved outcomes for youth and families.
Types of Assistance
Project Grants
Uses and Restrictions
1. Program Deliverables
A. Counties will establish a continuum of local, community-based sanctions and treatment alternatives for juvenile offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated if those local services and sanctions were not available, as required by 730 ILCS 110/16.1. Minors determined guilty of murder or a Class X forcible felony are excluded from eligibility.

B. Counties will commit to reducing the number of Redeploy Illinois eligible commitments from that county (ies) by a minimum of 25% compared to the agreed upon baseline. Individual Baselines and exceptions to the 25% requirement will be reflected in Appendix B.

C. The funds shall be used by the county for purposes of serving, in community-based settings, youth involved in the juvenile justice system through the creation of evidence based community programs that maintain public safety and promote positive outcomes for youth. The RI sites will assist the Department in identifying effective models to reduce commitments and guide replication efforts in other parts of the state.

D. Counties will implement policies that will include: 1) treating juveniles in the least restrictive manner while maintaining safety; 2) affirming local responsibility for services in the community; and 3) defining the role of the state and local jurisdictions in the care of youth in the justice system.

E. The County (s) will develop and manage a continuum of services and sanctions from least restrictive to most restrictive designed to intervene with youth involved with the juvenile justice system. The services may be provided directly by the provider or subcontracted out to other community organizations. Redeploy Illinois projects will use the graduated sanctions model as described by OJJDP. The graduated sanctions model is based upon the premise that each time a youth commits a crime there should be quick consequences to their behavior. As the seriousness or frequency of the crime increases then the consequences should also be more severe.

F. The services and programs provided shall be culturally competent and research or evidenced based (EBP) as proven or promising practices. In addition, non-EBP services can be provided to supplement EBP services.

G. Programs and services shall be consistent with the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1987 and with the following purposes and policies: 1)The juvenile justice system should protect the community, 2) impose accountability to victims and communities for violations of law, and 3) equip juvenile offenders with competencies to live responsibly and productively.

H. Counties will implement Balanced and Restorative Justice Strategies. Services will address one of the three components of Balanced and Restorative Justice: 1) accountability to the victim, 2) developing competencies in the youth, 3) community safety.

I. The role of local government should be to oversee the provision of Redeploy services while insuring community safety. There should be local responsibility and authority for planning, organizing, and coordinating service resources in the community.

J. Priority Populations: The Redeploy program must be designed to target those youth who would otherwise be committed to IDJJ were it not for the Redeploy Illinois program and those youth at highest-risk for commitment to IDJJ.

K. Each county may determine the specific population of juveniles it will serve through its Redeploy Illinois project, presuming they meet the Redeploy eligibility criteria: youth under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court at risk of IDJJ commitment, and a score of high to medium risk on YASI. Excludes youth charged with murder or a class X forcible felony. Priority populations must be youth meeting this eligibility criterion who are facing commitment to IDJJ.

L. Priority populations will be identified by the County (s) applicant but should be identified and targeted based on a lack of local resources and/or challenges in coordinating services within the community.

M. Statewide data and data from existing sites indicate that there are three populations of juveniles most likely to benefit from and commonly targeted for Redeploy services. These are:
• Juveniles committed as court evaluations or bring back orders;
• Nonviolent offenders; and
• Juveniles dually involved with the juvenile justice system and DCFS

N. Disproportionate Minority Contact: The Illinois Department of Human Services and Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board are committed to reducing the racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system. It is expected that Redeploy Illinois will further this goal. As counties develop and manage their programs, it will be critical to understand the impact it will have on disproportionate minority contact. This impact must be monitored. In the event that the area to be served and the target population demonstrate the presence of gender, ethnic and/or racial disparity, the Annual plan will describe the programs plan to address and reduce the disparity. This could include the addition of programming that has been informed by research that addresses the unique aspects of gender, race, and/or ethnicity as associated with delinquency behavior.

O. Impact on Secure Detention: Redeploy Illinois services are designed to divert youth from the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice (IDJJ) without increasing commitments to detention. Reducing reliance on the Department of Juvenile Justice should not directly increase the use of local secure detention placements. It is understood that Illinois currently has excess detention bed capacity. Simply not committing a juvenile to the Department of Juvenile Justice and instead placing him/her in local secure detention is not an acceptable response. Each year, counties will have to demonstrate that the juveniles involved with Redeploy Illinois did not experience excessive secure detention stays. For purposes of this initiative, "excessive secure detention days" will be defined as more than 50% of the average length of stay in secure detention or IDJJ. For example, if current local practices result in juveniles spending 200 days, on average, in IDJJ then secure detention stays greater than 100 days for juveniles involved with the Redeploy Illinois program is considered excessive.

P. YASI & Case Planning: Youth referred to the Redeploy program will receive a Youth Assessment and Screening Instrument (YASI). Each enrolled youth will have an initial YASI (conducted upon referral/enrollment). A closing YASI Reassessment will also be completed for each youth upon their exit of the Redeploy Illinois program.

Q. Each youth enrolled into the Redeploy program will have an individualized case plan developed that is based on the YASI and any additional completed assessments. The services provided to each juvenile shall be individualized and based upon assessed need.

R. DHS funded youth service providers and juvenile probation departments currently use the YASI. Staff administering the YASI are required to participate in YASI training. These trainings will be made available by IDHS and / or the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts (AOIC). Both are committed to providing the training within two months of notification.

S. Logic Model: The Redeploy Illinois Logic Model (Located in Appendix C) represents a logical framework that will be used by the Department and the RIOB to evaluate the effectiveness of the identified program model. The Logic Model depicts the intended outcomes expected as a direct result of the Provider successfully implementing the Strategies and associated Activities. Funded, providers will be held accountable for implementing the identified program Strategies. These will be measured and verified through a combination of 1) desk audits; 2) on-site reviews; and through program performance measures.

T. Data Collection: Each site will be required to collect data to measure the following:
• Number of juveniles committed to DJJ by age, gender, race, ethnicity, offense, and length of stay.
• Impact on Detention – new admissions, length of stay, and average daily population of secure detention for the total juvenile population as well as the juveniles involved with Redeploy Illinois
• Recidivism - positive outcome data of juveniles in the Redeploy Illinois program while actively involved in the program, six months after discharge from the program and twelve months after discharge. (Examples: school attendance/education level, diploma/GED, employment, and positive family relationships etc.)
• Recidivism - negative system outcome data of juveniles in the Redeploy Illinois program while actively involved in the program, six months after discharge from the program and twelve months after discharge. (Examples: new petitions or information filings, new incidents, commitments etc.)
• Impact on the disproportional use of secure confinement of minority youth in the system (detention, DJJ and other) and other points in the system targeted.
• Use of community-based treatment alternatives
• Number of Redeploy Illinois youth successfully completing probation requirements, during or after completion of Redeploy.
• Initial and Closing YASI data on Redeploy Illinois youth to assess the change in Dynamic Risk and Dynamic Protective Factors

U. Meeting Attendance: Providers must budget for and plan to attend a minimum of two statewide Redeploy Illinois meetings per year in the central part of the state.

V. Use of Funds: Funds will be used to support the Annual Plan and Budget approved by DHS that is intended to meet the goals of Redeploy Illinois. Redeploy Illinois funds may not be used for capital expenditures, renovations or remodeling, or personnel costs for probation. In addition, Redeploy Illinois funds shall not be used to duplicate existing services and programs or supplant existing county funded programs.

W. Program Participant Eligibility: Any youth under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, not currently in IDJJ, that is facing a possible commitment to IDJJ for a charge other than murder or a Class X forcible felony. Redeploy eligible commitments exclude minors sentenced based upon a finding of guilt of first degree murder or an offense which is a Class X forcible felony as defined in the Criminal Code of 1961.

X. Program Strategies: Each Redeploy site is responsible for implementing the following strategies within their County(s):
• Put in place a continuum of local, community-based graduated sanctions and treatment alternatives
• Ensure appropriate risk and needs assessments are utilized.
• Develop, implement and complete individualized case plans based on identified needs from appropriate assessments.
• Provide community-based services to youth in the least restrictive setting possible
• Reduce excessive secure detention stays
• Implement programming that is research or evidence-based as proven or promising
• Implement non-traditional services and programs that supplement EBP.
• Promote offender accountability through restorative justice practices
• Empower communities to take responsibility for the well-being of its members.
• Increase youth competencies and protective factors
• Involve the family in the provision of services
• Implement strategies that foster commitment and involvement of local stakeholders

Y. Program Activities: The following activities are commonly utilized by providers to successfully implement the above strategies. This is not to be considered an all-inclusive list.
• Youth Assessment Screening Instrument (YASI)
• Cognitive Education and Treatment
• Community Restorative Boards
• Employment-Related Services
• Global Positioning System Monitoring
• Home Detention
• Individualized Staffing
• Mental Health Counseling and Treatment
• Multidisciplinary Case Review Meetings
• Parent/Family Support Services
• Positive Recreational Activities
• Mentoring Services
• Psychological and Psychiatric Evaluations
• Substance Abuse Counseling and Treatment
• Court Diversion Programs
• Tele-Psychiatry
• Transportation Services
• Tutoring and Educational Advocacy
• Victim-Related Services
• Aggression Replacement Training
• Washington Aggression Interruption Training
• Functional Family Therapy
• Multi-Systemic Therapy
• Parenting with Love and Limits
• Conduct regular community stakeholder meetings
• Educate the community about JJ System Practitioners and current Juvenile Research
• Advocacy

Z. Each Redeploy Illinois site, when asked, must participate in a program evaluation as prescribed by the Department. The program site may be required to meet with evaluators regularly, submit data and assist the evaluators in having access to juveniles and their families for follow-up surveys.

AA. Penalties: Redeploy Illinois programs have agreed to reduce their juvenile commitments to IDJJ by 25%. The Public Act allows for authorization of a smaller reduction if certain criteria are met. This reduction is figured over a full 12 consecutive month time period. This project period will match either the state fiscal year or a calendar year and will be agreed upon by the sites as part of their application/annual plan. The baseline is pre-determined and will be set for future years of Redeploy implementation. This baseline figure is calculated by averaging the number of Redeploy eligible commitments over a 3-year period. The data used to calculate these rates is data provided by the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.

The Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board, in accordance with the Redeploy Illinois statute, is required to impose a penalty for each youth committed to IDJJ that exceeds the approved reduction requirement of the sites baseline number. The maximum penalty for each court evaluation/bring back order may not exceed $2,000 for each commitment. The maximum penalty for each full commitment may not exceed $4,000. No penalty may be imposed on any site unless they exceed the approved reduction requirement of their baseline in any single 12 consecutive month project period. Each excess commitment will be reviewed to ascertain commitment type. This would be the basis upon which any penalty may be calculated. The data used to calculate commitments for a given project period will be provided by the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.

BB. eCornerstone Reporting Requirements:
• Providers must ensure all youth referred to the Redeploy program are entered into the Departments eCornerstone data system.
• Providers must complete a Youth Assessment Screening Instrument (YASI) on every youth considered for the program in the Departments eCornerstone data system.
• Providers must complete a YASI Closing Assessment on every youth accepted into the program in the Departments eCornerstone data system.
• Providers must complete an individualized case plan for every youth accepted into the program and enter it in the Departments eCornerstone data system.
• Providers must maintain agency; subcontractor; and program service delivery site information in the eCornerstone system.
• Participant case plan and additional assessment information will be entered into eCornerstone data system.
• Participant outcome follow-up information will be entered into the eCornerstone data system.
Agency and program data and information provided to DHS may be shared with the Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board and may be included in the annual report to the Governor and General Assembly, or any other publication deemed appropriate by the Board. Data on individual youth will not be shared with the public.

CC. Annual Program Plan/Budget: The Provider shall submit an annual program plan and a detailed program budget and budget narrative to the Department.

2. Performance Measures / Standards
A. Minimum 25% decrease in 12 Month IDJJ commitments of Redeploy Eligible youth from the applicant’s approved 3-year baseline. Redeploy eligible as defined in statute – NOT as it may be more narrowly defined by the site. Includes ALL IDJJ eligible commitments in the County(s) or (service area if County pop is greater than 2M). 12-month period will be the approved project period for each site.

The Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board, in accordance with the Redeploy Illinois statute, is required to impose a penalty for each youth committed to IDJJ that exceeds the approved reduction requirement of the sites baseline number. The maximum penalty for each court evaluation/bring back order may not exceed $2,000 for each commitment. The maximum penalty for each full commitment may not exceed $4,000. No penalty may be imposed on any site unless they exceed the approved reduction requirement of their baseline in any single 12 consecutive month project period. Each excess commitment will be reviewed to ascertain commitment type. This would be the basis upon which any penalty may be calculated. The data used to calculate commitments for a given project period will be provided by the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.

B. 100% of youth referred to the program will be enrolled in the eCornerstone data system.

C. 100% of Redeploy Illinois youth considered for the program will receive an initial full YASI. .

D. 100% of Redeploy Illinois youth accepted into the program will receive an individualized case plan.

E. 70% of case plans will involve the family in the provision of services.

F. 100% of Redeploy Illinois youth accepted into the program will receive a YASI closing re-assessment at program exit.

G. 60% of Redeploy Illinois youth will successfully complete case plan goals.

H. 60% of Redeploy Illinois youth will experience increased protective factors.

Eligibility Requirements
Funding is limited to county units of government.

Planning Grant eligibility -This Planning Grant funding opportunity is limited to those county units of government who:
• are in a county that does NOT currently receive a Redeploy Illinois full site grant,
• are in a county that has previously received a Redeploy Illinois full site grant
• are in a county that has previously completed a Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant, and
• are in a county that has NOT previously completed a Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant.

New Site eligibility - Completion of a Redeploy Planning Grant is a pre-requisite along with additional criteria set forth in the funding notice.

Continuation / Renewal Funding eligibility - Entities who received funding from the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Community Services for the implementation of the Redeploy Illinois program in FY2018.

Renewal Funding eligibility - Entities funded under a competitive Renewal opportunity whose current agreement indicates additional renewal years of funding (must be in good standing).

For additional eligibility requirements please refer to the NOFO Posting.
Eligible Applicants
Government Organizations;
Application and Award Processing
a) Pre-application Coordination.
Applicant agencies are not eligible to apply for a grant award until they have pre-qualified through the Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) Grantee Portal, www.grants.illinois.gov. During pre-qualification, Dun and Bradstreet verifications are performed including a check of Debarred and Suspended status and good standing with the Secretary of State. The pre-qualification process also includes a financial and administrative risk assessment utilizing an Internal Controls Questionnaire and a programmatic risk assessment. If applicable, the agency will be notified that it is ineligible for award as a result of the Dun and Bradstreet verification. The entity will be informed of corrective action needed to become eligible for a grant award.

b) The Application Procedure.
An Application must be submitted in the format required by the Department and in the manner dictated by the Department. Refer to NOFO for detailed information.

c) Award Procedure.
1) An award shall be made pursuant to a written determination based on the evaluation criteria set forth in the grant application. A Notice of State Award (NOSA) will be issued to enable the applicant to make an informed decision to accept the grant award. The NOSA shall include:
a. The terms and condition of the award.
b. Specific conditions assigned to the grantee based on the fiscal and administrative and programmatic risk assessments.
3) Upon acceptance of the grant award, announcement of the grant award shall be published by the awarding agency to Grants.Illinois.gov.
4) A written Notice of Denial shall be sent to the applicants not receiving awards.

d) Criteria for Selecting Proposals.
Phase One – Redeploy Planning Grant
1. Criteria.
Funding for the period of 5/1/2018 – 6/30/2018 is not guaranteed at requested levels. All applicants must demonstrate that they meet all requirements under this NOFO as described throughout. Applications that fail to meet the criteria described in section C “Eligibility Information” will not be scored and considered for funding.

Phase One applications/proposals are not scored. Redeploy program staff will review applications to ensure responsiveness. Applicants will be contacted by DHS staff if revisions or additions are necessary.

2. Review and Selection Process.
Once applications/plans are reviewed for responsiveness, the Redeploy Program Director and the Redeploy Board Chairperson will review the proposed budgets. This process will result in a recommendation to the full RIOB regarding Planning Grantees and corresponding budget amounts. The Department and the Redeploy Oversight Board reserve the right to negotiate the final Planning Grant budget with responsive applicants. The RIOB will consider by vote all Planning Grant awards and allocations. Applicants to receive an adjusted award will be contacted via phone to determine willingness to accept revised amount. Final award decisions will be made by the Director of the Division of Family and Community Services at the recommendation of the Associate Director for the Office of Community and Positive Youth Development.

3. Merit-Based Evaluation Appeal Process
There is no appeal process under – Redeploy Planning Grant.

Program Site Grant
1. Criteria.
Funding for the period of 1/1/2019 – 6/30/2019 is not guaranteed. All applicants must demonstrate that they meet all requirements under this NOFO as described throughout.

Applications that fail to meet the criteria described in section C “Eligibility Information” will not be scored and considered for funding.

Review teams comprised of a minimum of 3 individuals employed by DHS serving in the Division of Family and Community Services will be assigned to review applications. These review teams, where possible will be comprised of current Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board Members and staff; staff within the Bureau or Youth Intervention Services and may include individuals working in the Bureau serving as Government Public Service Interns under contract from the University of Illinois at Springfield.

Applications will first be reviewed and scored individually. Then, team members will collectively review the application, their scores and comments to ensure team members have not missed items within the application that other team members identified. Application highlights and concerns will be discussed. Individual team members may choose to adjust scores to appropriately capture content that may have been missed initially. Scores will then be sent to the application Review Coordinator to be compiled and averaged to produce the final application score.

Proposal Scoring
Application Narratives will be evaluated on the following criteria:
Executive Summary 5 points
Need – Description of Need 10 points
Capacity - Agency Qualification/Organizational Capacity 30 points
Quality of Program/Services 45 points
Budget & Budget Narrative 10 points

TOTAL 100 POINTS

The application criteria to be reviewed and scored are found under each category in this announcement in section 2. Content and Form of Application Submission; Proposal Narrative Content.

2. Review and Selection Process.
In addition to the application final score, consideration may then be given to past performance. Funding decisions will be made based on the quality of the application based on the 100 point scale as described above and will consider past performance if the scoring process produces a tie. Final award decisions will be made by the Director of the Division of Family and Community Services at the recommendation of the Associate Director for the Office of Community and Positive Youth Development. The Department reserves the right to negotiate with successful applicants

e) Appeals.
Refer to DHS Merit Based Review Policy - Appeals Process

f) Renewals.
This program is renewed annually. Grantees are required to update their plan and submit a current year budget
Assistance Consideration
a) Formula and Matching Requirements
General Revenue funding to be issued under a Grant agreement for this program does NOT have a required match.

b) Maintenance of effort (MOE).
General Revenue funding to be issued under a Grant agreement for this program is NOT expected to be used by the Department as TANF MOE.

c) Grant funds may NOT be used to support Probation Staff costs. This is an unallowable cost unique to this grant. For additional information regarding unallowable costs please refer to the NOFO Posting.

d) Indirect Cost Rate Requirements: It is expected that administrative costs, both direct and indirect, will represent a small portion of the overall program budget and may NOT exceed 20% of the total program costs including required match. For additional information please refer to NOFO posting.
Post Assistance Requirements
a) Reports.
Planning Grant - Reporting
A. The Applicant will submit monthly Periodic Financial Reports (formerly known as expenditure documentation forms) in the format prescribed by the Department. The Periodic Financial Reports must be submitted no later than the 15th of each month for the preceding month by email.
B. The Applicant will submit a final, fiscal year-end, cumulative, Periodic Financial Report in the format prescribed by the Department by no later than July 15, 2019.
C. The Applicant will submit a monthly narrative Performance report of the activities conducted during the month. Performance Reports must be submitted no later than the 15th of each month for the preceding month by email.
D. The Applicant will submit a final, fiscal year-end, cumulative Performance Report in a format prescribed by the Department no later than July 15, 2019.

Full Program Site - Reporting
A. The Applicant will submit monthly Periodic Financial Reports (formerly known as expenditure documentation forms) in the format prescribed by the Department. The Periodic Financial Reports must be submitted no later than the 15th of each month for the preceding month by email.
B. The Applicant will submit a final, year-end, cumulative, Periodic Financial Report in the format prescribed by the Department by no later than July 15, 2019.
C. The Applicant will submit Periodic Performance Reports (formerly known as “Quarterly Reports”) in the format prescribed by the Department. Periodic Performance Reports must be submitted no later than the 15th of each month following the end of each quarter (Reports due: October 15th, January 15th, April 15th and July 15th).
D. The Applicant will submit a final, year-end, cumulative Periodic Performance Report in a format prescribed by the Department no later than July 15, 2019.
E. Monthly and quarterly data reports will be pulled from the eCornerstone data system on or after the 15th of each month. Providers must ensure all youth referred to and served in the Redeploy program are entered into the Departments eCornerstone data system as required to ensure accurate monthly and quarterly reports.
F. Additional annual performance data may be collected as directed by the Department and in a format prescribed by the Department.


b) Audits.
Grantee shall be subject to the audit requirements contained in the Single Audit Act Amendments of 1996 (31 USC 7501-7507) and subpart F of 2 CFR Part 200, and the audit rules set forth by the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget. See 30 ILCS 708/65©.

c) Records.
Record retention requirements can be found in CFR 200.333.
Regulations, Guidelines, Literature
Any Regulations, Guidelines, or Literature necessary for program implementation will be provided by the DHS Program Office responsible for managing this program grant at no cost to the provider.
Funding By Fiscal Year
FY 2017 : $8,380,399
FY 2018 : $2,999,083
FY 2019 : $2,746,104
Federal Funding
None
Notice of Funding Opportunities
Agency IDAward RangeApplication Range
Details17-444-80-0714-01$145000 - $55000005/16/2016 - 06/06/2016 : 12:00pm.
Details18-444-80-0714-1$100000 - $60000003/16/2017 - 05/08/2017 : 12:00pm
Details18-444-800714-2$0 - $4000003/16/2018 - 04/17/2018 : 12:00pm
Agency IDGrantee NameStart DateEnd DateAmount
FCSYR03215-FCSYR03215St. Clair County Board07/01/201906/30/2020555,859
FCSYR03516-FCSYR03516UNION COUNTY07/01/201906/30/2020483,844
FCSYR03211-FCSYR03211MADISON COUNTY BOARD07/01/201906/30/2020368,654
FCSYR04019-FCSYR04019SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT SERVICES07/01/201906/30/2020362,304
FCSYR05345-FCSYR05345MACON COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD07/01/201906/30/2020319,499