(210 ILCS 65/20) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 9020)
    Sec. 20. Licensing standards.
    (a) The Department shall promulgate rules establishing minimum standards for licensing and operating Supportive Residences in municipalities with a population over 500,000. No such municipality shall have more than 12 Supportive Residences. These rules shall regulate the operation and conduct of Supportive Residences and shall include but not be limited to:
        (1) development and maintenance of a case management
system by which an integrated care plan is to be created for each resident;
        (2) the training and qualifications of personnel
directly responsible for providing care to residents;
        (3) provisions and criteria for admission, discharge,
and transfer of residents;
        (4) provisions for residents to receive appropriate
programming and support services commensurate with their individual needs;
        (5) agreements between Supportive Residences and
hospitals or other health care providers;
        (6) residents' rights and responsibilities and those
of their families and guardians;
        (7) fee and other contractual agreements between
Supportive Residences and residents;
        (8) medical and supportive services for residents;
        (9) the safety, cleanliness, and general adequacy of
the premises, including provision for maintenance of fire and health standards that conform to State laws and municipal codes, to provide for the physical comfort, well-being, care, and protection of the residents;
        (10) maintenance of records and residents' rights of
access to those records; and
        (11) procedures for reporting abuse or neglect of
    (b) The rules shall also regulate the general financial ability, competence, character, and qualifications of the applicant to provide appropriate care and comply with this Act.
    (c) The Department may promulgate special rules and regulations establishing minimum standards for Supportive Residences that permit the admission of:
        (1) residents who are parents with children, whether
either or both have HIV Disease; or
        (2) residents with HIV Disease who are also persons
with developmental or physical disabilities.
    (d) Nothing in this Act shall be construed to impair or abridge the power of municipalities to enforce municipal zoning or land use ordinances.
(Source: P.A. 99-143, eff. 7-27-15.)