Youth program operators sentenced for $9M Medicaid fraud

Truman Lewis and Norman Lewis of North Carolina and South Carolina, respectively, were sentenced to prison and ordered to pay restitution of $3.3 million for falsely billing Medicaid by almost $9 million. The brothers operated Helping Hands Youth and Family Services, a youth mentoring service, which they used to bill Medicaid for unprovided or unjustified services. Truman Lewis received a 10-year prison sentence, and his brother Norman Lewis was given seven and a half years.

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