Report Suspected Program Assistance Fraud
Information and guidance regarding what to do if you suspect that someone is receiving assistance fraudulently
Receiving benefits inappropriately affects all of us and can result in people who need help not receiving the funds they need. We need your help to ensure our assistance programs are properly utilized and that funds go to those who need our help. If you suspect someone is receiving benefits in error or has defrauded the program, please contact us at the contact information below.
Are you required to give your name and contact information when leaving a tip?
No, you do not have to give us your name or any other identifying information when leaving a concern. It is totally up to you, but keep in mind if we do not obtain enough information initially, then we may need to contact you to ensure a proper investigation of the concern.
We review each tip or complaint as quickly as possible.
Please note that, by law, our work is confidential and therefore we generally cannot provide you with information about or comment on any action undertaken regarding your complaint or any other complaint.
- Food Stamps - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – SNAP
- Cash Assistance:
- Financial Assistance to Needy Families (FANF)
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
- Child Care Payments