Narco Liberty Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Scams

Narco Freedom is not running scientific and real estate programs in the Bronx after an insurance fraud unwinded in 2015.

Now that Narco Freedom trustee Alan Nisselson just recently pleaded guilty to the company taking countless dollars from Medicaid, the 10 previous Bronx Narco Freedom areas have discovered brand-new sponsors.

Inning accordance with Narco Freedom’s website, “Narco Freedom is not running medical and real estate programs”, part of a message which is outdated September 22, 2015.

The message likewise states that Narco Freedom has “transitioned its scientific programs in the Bronx to the non-profit alcohol and drug treatment company Samaritan Village” – which is now referred to as Samaritan Daytop Village.

” Narco Freedom ran a years-long criminal business that swindled taxpayers and benefited from those in need of drug abuse treatment,” stated NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. “Using Medicaid to even more one’s bottom line at the cost of those who are dealing with abuse or addiction is disgraceful.”.

2 weeks earlier, Narco Freedom pled guilty to one count of business corruption, 3 counts of grand larceny in the very first degree and 2 counts of providing an incorrect instrument for filing in the very first degree in Bronx County Courthouse.

In March 2015, AG Schneiderman’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit charged Narco Freedom and a lot of its executives with ‘running a criminal company that defrauded Medicaid (of $27 million) and syphoned funds implied for its clients for the enrichment of their own way of lives’, inning accordance with the attorney general of the United States’ website.

Narco Freedom acknowledged taking from Medicaid by looking for to be repaid for extreme and unneeded medical services for its clients, in addition to breaking the rights of its citizens. Narco Freedom likewise confessed to submitting incorrect declarations with several state companies. These companies consisted of the NYS Department of Health and the Office of the NYS Attorney General Charities Bureau, in efforts to defraud them.

Previous Narco Freedom Bronx areas lie at 224 E. Tremont Avenue, 1668 Webster Avenue, 528 Morris Avenue, 315 Alexander Avenue, 2640 Third Avenue, 477 Willis Avenue, 250 Grand Concourse, 324 E. 149th Street, 368 E. 148th Street and 401 E. 147th Street.

Narco Freedom likewise ran places in Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan before being closed.

Quickly after Narco Freedom stopped all operations, in accordance with an order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Samaritan Village combined with drug abuse and addiction treatment center Daytop Village in October 2015 – and the company altered its name to Samaritan Daytop Village.

In January 2016, Narco Freedom declared insolvency.

Daytop Village, which was established in 1963, currently run at 2 Bronx places, 16 Westchester Square and 2800 Bronxwood Avenue, before formally combining with Samaritan Village.

Samaritan Daytop Village place at 4305 Park Avenue ran as Samaritan Village prior to the merger.

” We (Samaritan Daytop Village) have a strong history and reputable track record as a quality health and human providers,” stated a representative from Samaritan Daytop Village. “For more than 50 years, we have actually been providing a series of health and human services to assist New Yorkers in need, consisting of locals of the Bronx, consisting of drug abuse treatment, health, and psychological health services, programs for homeless and specific services for veterans.”.

” With a devoted group of staff, we deal with over 28,000 people each year to assist them to recover their lives and become efficient members of the neighborhood once again,” the representative included.

Inning accordance with Samaritan Daytop Village, the federal court, which has jurisdiction over the case including Narco Freedom, had designated a receiver to manage the operations of the company and connected to the company, inquiring to supply an evaluation of Narco Freedom’s websites. This evaluation consisted of an evaluation of their program operations and quality of services, together with an evaluation of Narco Freedom’s unlicensed real estate.

Samaritan Daytop Village likewise dealt with the city and the state to prevent loss of services and real estate for the 1,200 clients who lived in the different Narco Freedom areas.

The company moved over 600 real estate customers through the city moneyed Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program.