How do I contact Okdhs?

How do I contact Okdhs?

REPORT ABUSE AND NEGLECT Reports can be made at any time to the OKDHS ! buse and Neglect Hotline at 18005223511. The hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. !

How do I report someone for fraud in Oklahoma City?

1-855-372-8366….Report Fraud

  1. Improper financial gain, embezzlement, the abuse of public property or funds for personal gain;
  2. Misappropriation of public, county or school district funds;
  3. Agency overspending;
  4. Inappropriate or illegal use of public funds.

Which of the following types of incidents must be reported to the Office of Inspector General OIG )?

OIG Hotline Operations accepts tips and complaints from all sources about potential fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ programs.

How long does a DHS investigation take in Oklahoma?

(B) The OCA investigator initiates the investigation, as soon as possible, but within five-calendar days, and not to exceed 120 hours from the time of the receipt of the referral.

How do I file a complaint against a business in Oklahoma?

Our consumer representatives can be reached at:

  1. 1-833-681-1895.
  2. [email protected].

Can an IG complaint be anonymous?

ANONYMOUS FILING STATUS: If you file your complaint anonymously, we will not know who you are, and we will not be able to contact you to request additional information.

What is the income limit for SNAP benefits in Oklahoma?

The income eligibility limits vary based on family size and amount of income.Two-person families can make up to $3,400/month, three-person families can make up to $4,200/month, and four-person families can make up to $4,999/month. Please contact your local DHS office to determine if you are eligible.

What is OKDHS client ID number?

What is a Customer ID? An 9-digit identification number assigned by OKDHS to be used to access Customer Services available through the OCSS Interactive Voice Response Telephone system.

Does contacting the BBB do anything?

The BBB helps consumers settle disputes related to sales, contracts, customer service, warranties, billings, and refunds every year. It accepts complaints even if the company that’s harmed you doesn’t belong to the Better Business Bureau.