sober living homes

fake sober living homes, Navajo Nation, Phoenix,
Jun 13, 2023

Hundreds of tribal members, mostly Navajo, living on Phoenix streets amid fake sober home crackdown

Navajo law enforcement teams made contact with several hundred Native Americans from various tribes who are living on the streets in the metro Phoenix area, after the state cracked down on Medicaid fraud and suspended unlicensed sober living homes, Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch said Monday.

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May 16, 2023

AHCCCS halts payments to 100 providers as officials allege multi-million-dollar scam targeting Native Americans 

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, better known as AHCCCS, suspended payments to more than 100 care providers suspected of scamming the state out of hundreds of millions of dollars while victimizing thousands of Native Americans, officials said on Tuesday. 

Jan 3, 2017

Hundreds of sober living homes in Prescott face new rules

Rep. Noel Campbell's House Bill 2107 in the 2016 legislative session aimed to raise the standard of care at sober living homes in Prescott. This time, it was a clean sweep through the Legislature.

Jun 13, 2016

Arizona city stews over regulating sober living homes

With a growing segment of the country beginning to view addiction as a disease that needs treatment, a northern Arizona city is mulling over a new law that allows it to register and regulate a cottage industry of sober living homes thriving among its residential neighborhoods.

Jan 26, 2016

Arizona House panel OKs bill to regulate sober living homes

A House committee passed a bill Monday to regulate sober living homes after hearing testimony from Prescott residents about problems the homes are creating in their communities.