The More You Know


Reporting Suspicious Activities

AHCCCS reminds enrolled members and the public to report any suspicious activity where health care or residential services, and transportation to these services, are promised. Specifically, the agency is aware of two ongoing targeting activities:

Individuals are targeting American Indians/Alaskan Natives (AI/AN) who reside on tribal reservations by recruiting and transporting them to live in what they are calling sober living homes or behavioral health residential facilities in Phoenix, and Individuals are enrolling applicants into the American Indian Health Program (AIHP) who do not qualify for the program.

There are many ways to report suspicious activity. AHCCCS works closely with the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), the FBI, and local law enforcement to route tips to the correct agency. Use any of these resources to report. There is no “wrong way” to report suspicious activity


Report Criminal Activity to the FBI

The FBI is seeking information from the public about victims who may have been recruited to live in and receive services in group homes (Behavioral Health Residential Facilities) located in Phoenix, Arizona, between January 2020 to present.  See the news release and questionnaire from the FBI: Seeking Victims in the Phoenix Group Homes Targeting Native Americans Investigation at


Report Use of a License Issues to ADHS

The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) licenses sober living homes and behavioral health residential facilities. If you suspect violations at a facility, report it online using the ADHS Licensing Complaint Form. To verify a provider’s license, and view cited deficiencies and corrective action enforcement, see