Child and Dependent Adult Abuse

Member Fraud

Report suspected Medicaid member fraud, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Family Investment Program (FIP) fraud by contacting:

Provider Fraud

Medicaid fraud occurs when a Medicaid provider knowingly makes, or causes to be made, a false or misleading statement or representation for use in obtaining reimbursement from the medical assistance program. This would include, but is not limited to, billing for services not provided, charging Medicaid more than the reasonable value of the services and providing services that were medically unnecessary.

Child Care Complaints

 If you have concerns regarding a specific child care provider or child care business that is not meeting Iowa regulations, contact:

Nursing Home and Home Health 

WIC Participant or Vendor

WIC Iowa works to ensure that allegations of fraud and abuse are investigated thoroughly. The WIC Program is intended for families in need of nutritional support. WIC food and formula are to be used for the WIC participant only and cannot be sold or given away. WIC foods not used by the participant should be returned to the local agency. Fraud and abuse take resources away from Iowans who need the help the most. Report WIC Fraud or Abuse


Glenwood Resource Center, Non-Abuse or Neglect Complaints

Report fraud, mismanagement, possible violation of a resident’s rights, or other unusual incident occurring at the Glenwood Resource Center. This is not an emergency response line. Suspected dependent adult abuse or neglect must be reported to the Iowa Department of Inspections, Appeals, and Licensing Health Facilities Division.

Fraud, Violation of Resident Rights, Other Incident Reporting at Glenwood Resource Center