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Representative Payee

UCAN Money Management has different ways that we may be able to help you or a family member pay their bills through representative payee services.

What We Offer

Depending on which service you qualify for, we may be able to:

Help you make payments by:

  • Paying off your existing bills,
  • Paying your new health insurance bills,
  • Paying your costs for room and board,
  • Paying for the costs of your care.

Help you manage your money by:

  • Creating a bank account in your name,
  • Reducing your debt, by working with you to:
    • Reduce the number of credit cards you have,
    • Decide which cards to pay off first,
    • Reduce the cost of your debt.
  • Stop those who owe you money from trying to get more payments from you.

As we work with you to get your bills paid, we may even be able to provide you and your spouse cash payments.

To Qualify

You may be able to receive this service if:

  • You are 18 years old or older
  • You meet income standards.

Depending on the service, you may also need to be:

  • Receiving social security, supplemental security or VA benefits,
  • Have an issue making it hard for you to manage your money.

We do have a limit on the number of people we can offer this service to. We are more likely to offer you bill pay if:

  • You don’t have anyone who is helping you pay your bills,
  • You are less able to manage your money,
  • You are living in a care facility.

Our Process

Other agencies often refer you to us for bill pay services. We work with DHS Aging and People with Disabilities, the Social Security Administration, Adult Protective Services and others.

If you would like bill pay services, feel free to call us. We will first connect you with one of the agencies listed above so you get all of the services you need.

Our number is (541) 956-4082. You can also e-mail us at: erica.kimrey@ucancap.org