The Klamath & Lake Community Action Services (KLCAS) Representative Payee Program was first implemented in March 2011. KLCAS is a fully bonded and insured Organizational Payee approved by the Social Security Administration to assist Social Security (SSI/SSDI) recipients.
The Representative Payees works with our clients to develop and maintain a budget that includes a savings plan for future needs. KLCAS collects a monthly service fee which is determined by the Social Security Administration. Clients benefit from our program by having a liaison to negotiate bills on their behalf helping stabilize and improve their financial situations. KLCAS assists clients with health insurance filing and reporting, public entitlement applications, and housing placement. KLCAS also provides referrals to different community resources as appropriate for each client.
Make the Connection
KLCAS receives referrals from various organizations such as the Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, County Mental Health, Department of Human Services, other county agencies, community partners, family members, as well as the individuals themselves.
Referring agencies and new clients can click here to access required intake forms.
For more information about our Representative Payee services, please view the Representative Payee Brochure or contact our staff directly.
Our Friendly Staff
Lucretia David, Representative Payee Coordinator
Monday through Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm
(541) 882-1950 ext *832
Laney Weiser, Representative Payee Specialist
Monday through Friday: 8:00am to 12:00pm
(541) 882-1950 ext *842
Shaylynn Pacheco, Representative Payee Specialist
Monday through Friday: 8:00am to 4:30pm
(541) 882-1950 ext *827
Sara Nelson, Representative Payee Specialist
Monday through Friday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
(541) 882-1950 ext *824
The Representative Payee office is closed for all Federal Holidays.
- Check out our Resource Information.
- Social Security Administration
- Klamath Basin Behavioral Health
- Oregon Department of Human Services
- Veterans Affairs
- Oregon Advocacy Center
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