Division of Behavioral Health Services
Reporting Fraud, Waste and Program Abuse
Fraud is lying and stealing.
Fraud is intentional deception or misrepresentation.
Money to provide behavioral health services to Arizonans is limited, so committing fraud, waste and program abuse against the Division of Behavioral Health Services hurts members, their families, and Arizona taxpayers. Fraud, waste and program abuse takes on many forms. Some examples are submitting falsified claims or services, billing of services not provided, or unlicensed professionals providing services.
If you suspect fraud, waste and/or program abuse by a Regional Behavioral Health Authority, an Authority provider or a member within Arizona's public behavioral health system, please report it. Please also report suspected fraud, waste and/or program abuse within a Tribal Behavioral Health Authority.
The Division of Behavioral Health Services has created a new web portal to report suspected Fraud, Waste and/or Program Abuse more effectively - and anonymously. You no longer need to call in person, print any forms, email or send forms via US mail - just enter the information directly into the new web portal and we’ll take care of the rest. Get started here.
You may still report fraud, waste and/or program abuse in confidence by contacting the Arizona Department of Health Services/Division of Behavioral Health Services' Fraud, Waste and Program Abuse Hotline at 602-364-3758 or 1-866-569-4927.
You may also mail a report of fraud, waste and/or program abuse using the:
Mail the completed form to:
Bureau of Corporate Compliance
150 N. 18th Avenue, Suite 240
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Fax: (602) 542-3940
Or you may send the form by e-mail to Report Fraud.
Remember you may remain anonymous when reporting.
To report fraud, waste and/or program abuse to the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), please visit the AHCCCS website.
Note: All files are PDF format unless otherwise stated.