New River Valley Community Services’ Financial & Administrative Support Services (FASS) Unit provides financial and administrative support by offering quality and dependable services to our staff, consumers/clients and the community.
Accounting & Reimbursement Services
Reimbursement staff bill our client’s insurance provider directly for services provided. Staff meet with clients to review financial needs of clients and offer amicable payment terms.
Clients are billed monthly for services that are not paid by their insurer or if the client does not have insurance. No one is turned away due to inability to pay for services.
Clients may contact the Reimbursement Department directly at 540-961-8316 with any updated insurance information or with any questions regarding their account.
We assist clients with filing for Medicaid, Social Security Disability benefits, SSI and Medicare Part D Prescription Plans.
Our staff are certified counselors (CAC) for the Affordable Healthcare program and work closely with Disability Determination Services to gather medical evidence in support of clients’ disability claims. We also assist in filing appeals on behalf of our clients who have been denied disability benefits.
We provide assistance to our clients in completing applications for financial assistance with our local hospitals, food stamps, etc. As SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery) representatives, our goal is to help those that are disabled and homeless through an expedited process for their disability claim.
We work closely with all five local Departments of Social Services in the New River Valley to ensure that our clients apply for every benefit to which they are entitled. Our staff also provide clients with other community resource contact information as necessary.
New River Valley Community Services provides representative payee services for clients in need of assistance with managing their finances. Services include:
– Personalized budgeting with the assistance of a case manager and the client’s guardian or legal representative;
– Regular and reliable distribution of funds to ensure that the client’s basic needs are met;
– Prompt payment of bills; and
– Account reports and completing all required reports for Social Security.
Community Transit provides safe and reliable fixed route services as well as demand responsive medical trips for individuals with disabilities and/or special needs.
Our service area includes Floyd, Giles, Montgomery and Pulaski counties, and the City of Radford. Our services are available Monday – Friday. Community Transit is a robust provider of a wide range of transportation options, in order to be considered for our services it is necessary that a passenger be a recipient of services by New River Valley Community Services (private-pay), or be qualified under Medicaid, a private insurance provider, or through a joint transportation agreement with a partner agency. We focus our services on individuals with special needs, those with disabilities, or those who may be elderly or otherwise unable to drive.
Community Transit currently maintains a variety of service contracts which include, but are not limited to: Medicaid, Virginia Premier Health Plan, Optimal Translation & Transportation, the Radford Department of Social Services, Radford City Public Schools and New River Community Action.
Aside from servicing the New River Valley Community Services fleet of vehicles, the Community Transit maintenance department also maintains the vehicles for our sister service (Radford Transit) which is also operated by NRVCS. Maintenance contracts also exist with New River Community Action, New River Valley Senior Services and the Radford Department of Social Services.
If you are interested in partnering with us to serve the transportation needs of your clients or to provide some of the highest quality maintenance services in the area, please e-mail Transportation Manager Brian Booth or call 540-831-5911.