Some individuals may provide false information and/or give false statements intentionally or unintentionally to receive benefits through Hoke County Department of Social Services.
Please try to provide as much of the following information as possible when reporting suspected welfare fraud:
Address where person actually lives
Contact information for individual, i.e. Telephone number, email addresses, etc
Names of persons living in the home
Place where individual works
Information about other income in the home
What is the person doing to commit fraud?
Program Integrity Investigator Wendy Sanders at 910-878-1946
if you think someone is committing fraud to obtain benefits or services in public assistance programs. These programs include: Work First, Food Assistance, Day Care, Emergency Assistance, Low Income Energy Assistance, Special Assistance, etc.
Anonymous reporting will be accepted and all information received is confidential.