Full Text of HB5282 102nd General Assembly
HB5282 102ND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
102ND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State of Illinois
2021 and 2022
Introduced 1/31/2022, by Rep. Michael Halpin
SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:
Amends the Department of Human Services Act. In provisions concerning
the Teen Responsibility, Education, Achievement, Caring, and Hope (Teen
REACH) Grant Program, provides that notwithstanding any other law or rule,
the Department of Human Services shall permit all grantees under the Teen
REACH Grant Program to utilize an alternate data collection system, other
than the management information system provided by the Department, if the
alternate data collection system can provide the Department with the data
and reporting information it requires in a timely manner.
A BILL FOR
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AN ACT concerning State government.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
The Department of Human Services Act is amended
by changing Section 10-47 as follows:
(20 ILCS 1305/10-47)
Teen Responsibility, Education, Achievement,
Caring, and Hope (Teen REACH) Grant Program.
(a) It is the purpose and intent of this Section to
establish a State grant program to support local communities
in providing after-school opportunities for youth 6 to 17
years of age that will improve their likelihood for future
success, provide positive choices, reduce at-risk behaviors,
and develop career goals.
(b) Subject to appropriation, the Department shall award
competitive grants under a Teen Responsibility, Education,
Achievement, Caring, and Hope (Teen REACH) Grant Program to
community-based agencies in accordance with this Section and
other rules and regulations that may be adopted by the
(c) Successful grantees under the Teen REACH Grant Program
shall plan and implement activities that address outcomes
associated with 6 core services:
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(1) the improvement of educational performance;
(2) life skills education;
(3) parental education;
(4) recreation, sports, cultural, and artistic
(5) the development of positive adult mentors; and
(6) service learning opportunities.
(d) Successful grantees under the Teen REACH Grant Program
shall be in compliance with policies and procedures on
program, data, and expense reporting as developed by the
Department, in consultation with the Governor's Office of
Management and Budget.
(d-3) Notwithstanding any other law or rule, the
Department shall permit all grantees under the Teen REACH
Grant Program to utilize an alternate data collection system,
other than the management information system provided by the
Department, if the alternate data collection system can
provide the Department with the data and reporting information
it requires in a timely manner.
(e) The Department may adopt any rules necessary to
implement this Section.
(Source: P.A. 99-700, eff. 1-1-17