Participant/Client Intake with FMS Pay

Participant/Client Intake with FMS Pay

Thank you for your interest in FMS Pay's Bill-Payer services! We are so appreciative of the strong support from our communities!

In order to maintain high quality service for our existing participants and service providers, FMS Pay continues to evaluate our capacity and may consider enrolling participants on a case by case basis at this time.

To be added to our waiting list, please send the following information to
  1. Participant's Name
  2. Participant's assigned Regional Center
  3. Total Budget Amount
  4. Copy of spending-plan if available
  5. Independent Facilitator information (if applicable)

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