The Navajo Nation and the Phoenix Indian Center will host a public forum regarding efforts to help Navajo Nation citizens displaced by fraudulent sober living homes. Community members are invited to join us to learn more about resources and to provide public comment to the Navajo Nation. Seating is limited, early arrival is recommended. The event will also be LIVE streamed on the Operation Rainbow Bridge Facebook page @OperationRainbowBridge. For questions call the Phoenix Indian Center at 602-264-6768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, May 24
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Memorial Hall at Steele Indian School Park
300 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85012
Our People are not for sale. If you suspect human trafficking, report it immediately by calling 1-877-4AZ-TIPS. If it’s an emergency, call 911. For more resources, visit these websites & contact these organizations.
Let’s all do our part to keep our people safe and look out for one another.
If you were displaced by fraudulent sober living homes & need transportation and/or housing support call 211 (press 7) for immediate transportation and housing support.
The Navajo Nation is heading Operation Rainbow Bridge and the Phoenix Indian Center, along with other Valley based organizations, are partnering together to offer assistance and help to those who were affected by this crisis. The hotline is available 24/7.
For information about Operation Rainbow Bridge and for resources visit:
Facebook & Instagram: @operationrainbowbridge
Help For AHCCCS American Indian Health Program Members: 211arizona.org/mmip
Did you know AHCCCS Helps Law Enforcement Find Missing People?
The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona’s Medicaid program, launched a new tool to make it easier for law enforcement agencies to request data that may help them find missing persons. This is one of several strategies AHCCCS is implementing to find missing persons, especially American Indian members enrolled in the American Indian Health Program from AHCCCS.
“AHCCCS is improving the tools we have to help law enforcement partners find missing American Indian Health Program members and other Medicaid enrollees,” said Carmen Heredia, AHCCCS director. “As we have learned more about this issue, it became clear that we could expedite and streamline the data sharing process for law enforcement agencies.”
Under specific conditions in federal law, AHCCCS is able to provide information to law enforcement about enrolled members, if there is available data. This new data request form streamlines the process and helps the agency respond more quickly.
The law enforcement agency requesting the information must complete a Request for Data form with as much detail as possible and attest that the data will not be used against the victim. The Request for Data form is linked from the Contact Us web page, under the Law Enforcement Data Requests menu. AHCCCS is circulating this flier to help promote this data sharing opportunity.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Please visit the AHCCCS Document Archive.
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