Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Criminal Code of 1961 and the Unified Code of Corrections. Provides that the court may consider restitution an appropriate sentence to be imposed on each defendant convicted of an offense in addition to a sentence of imprisonment. Provides that the court shall take into consideration any real or personal property or other assets of the defendant when it orders restitution. Provides that in addition to any other penalty prescribed by law and any restitution ordered that did not include long-term physical health care costs, the court may, upon conviction of any misdemeanor or felony, order a defendant to pay restitution to a victim if the victim has suffered physical injury as a result of the offense that is reasonably probable to require or has required long-term physical health care for more than 3 months. Provides that long-term physical health care includes mental health care. Provides that the sentence of the defendant to a term of imprisonment is not a mitigating factor that prevents the court from ordering the defendant to pay restitution. Provides that an order of restitution for long-term physical health care costs shall fix a monthly amount to be paid by the defendant for as long as long-term physical health care of the victim is required as a result of the offense. Provides that the order may exceed the length of any sentence imposed upon the defendant for the criminal activity. Provides that in addition to the sentences provided for the offenses of exploitation of a child, child pornography, criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual assault, predatory criminal sexual assault of a child, criminal sexual abuse, and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, the court may order any person who is convicted of violating any of those offenses or who was charged with any of those offenses and which charge was reduced to another charge as a result of a plea agreement to meet all or any portion of the financial obligations of treatment, including but not limited to medical, psychiatric, or rehabilitative treatment or psychological counseling, prescribed for the victim or victims of the offense.