SoHo nonprofit The Door settles for $12.9M over fraudulent cost reports

Federal prosecutors on Wednesday announced a $12.9 million settlement with The Door, a SoHo-based youth social services nonprofit, over allegations that it for years “knowingly overstated” the number of visits to its health care facility and received millions in excess government funding, court records show.

The overreporting between 2009 and 2016 resulted in The Door receiving millions of dollars of excess funding from the Indigent Care Pool, a state and federally-funded program that reimburses health care providers for treatment of patients who cannot pay for their care, according to a complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

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