TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER d: MEDICAL PROGRAMS
PART 139 CHILDREN'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
SECTION 139.220 SPECIALIZED FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM COMPONENTS
Section 139.220 Specialized Family Support Program Components
a) SFSP youth will be enrolled in the SFSP for 90 days.
b) During enrollment in the SFSP, the SFSP youth shall be:
1) Assessed to determine his or her behavioral health needs;
2) Assigned a local SFSP coordinator from one of the Department's designated providers of mobile crisis response services for children to coordinate treatment for the SFSP youth;
3) Eligible to receive services consistent with Section 139.140(a)(1) and (2).
c) Upon initial enrollment in the SFSP, the SFSP youth may be eligible for transition bed services (Section 139.310).
d) During the SFSP youth's enrollment, the Department's designated provider of mobile crisis response services for children shall:
1) Work collaboratively with other Illinois crisis systems to stabilize the SFSP youth and family and develop the SFSP youth's crisis safety plan;
2) Work with the SFSP youth and parent or legal guardian to assess the SFSP youth's behavioral health needs and provide treatment recommendations to the Department;
3) Assist the SFSP youth and parent or legal guardian in applying for all State-funded behavioral health programs that the provider has identified as clinically appropriate for the youth; and
4) Provide the Department, prior to the SFSP youth's completion of participation with the SFSP, an SFSP Assessment Report that includes:
A) A mental health assessment;
B) A psychiatric report;
C) An overview of insurance and other public benefits available to fund treatment for the SFSP youth;
D) A listing of any additional assessments completed regarding the SFSP youth and their outcomes;
E) A copy of the SFSP youth's Individual Education Plan (IEP) or similar documentation outlining services or accommodations provided to the SFSP youth by his or her home school district, as applicable;
F) Treatment and service recommendations that the SFSP coordinator has determined are clinically appropriate for the SFSP youth and family; and
G) A clinical review and signature by a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA).
e) The SFSP youth's Assessment Report shall be provided to the Interagency Clinical Team (ICT) pursuant to the Custody Relinquishment Prevention Act that will be responsible for connecting the SFSP youth with treatment and services subsequent to participation in the SFSP as recommended in the SFSP Assessment Report. The Department will work collaboratively with the ICT and other State agencies to assist the ICT in connecting SFSP youth with SFSP Assessment Report recommended services.