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55 ILCS 130/40

    (55 ILCS 130/40)
    Sec. 40. Appropriations to the Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery.
    (a) Moneys shall be appropriated to the Department of Human Services' Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery to enable the Division (i) to contract with Cook County, and (ii) counties other than Cook County to reimburse for services delivered in those counties under the county Drug School program.
    (b) The Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery shall establish rules and procedures for reimbursements paid to the Cook County Treasurer which are not subject to county appropriation and are not intended to supplant monies currently expended by Cook County to operate its drug school program. Cook County is required to maintain its efforts with regard to its drug school program.
    (c) Expenditure of moneys under this Section is subject to audit by the Auditor General.
    (d) In addition to reporting required by the Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery, State's Attorneys receiving monies under this Section shall each report separately to the General Assembly by January 1, 2008 and each and every following January 1 for as long as the services are in existence, detailing the need for continued services and contain any suggestions for changes to this Act.
(Source: P.A. 100-759, eff. 1-1-19.)