April Arnold and Naeisha Miller, owners of Advanced Family Solutions, pled guilty to the crime of Medicaid Fraud in Superior Court on June 9, 2016. They were sentenced to two years in prison followed by eight years of probation and ordered to pay $100,000.00 restitution each.

Advanced Family Solutions was authorized by Georgia Medicaid to provide behavioral health services to children of low income families. Defendants Miller and Arnold falsely billed the Georgia Medicaid program over the course of several years, 2011-2013, taking approximately $744,000.00, for services not provided.

Investigator Steve McCallum of DCH/OIG conducted the preliminary investigation. Investigator Johnny Brooks, Investigative Auditor Aaron Cohen, and Intel Analyst Zwella Boyd, of the Georgia Medicaid Fraud Control Unit completed the investigation. The case was prosecuted by Henry A. Hibbert, Assistant Attorney General.