FMS/Payroll Services

RCIL is committed to working with individuals, families, and communities to promote independent living and individual choice to persons with disabilities. This page is designed to provide information to RCIL consumers and their Direct Support Workers.

Payroll Help Desk

If you have any payroll related questions please call the Payroll Help Desk at (877) 929-7655 or email

Direct Support Worker List

If you are interested in working as a direct support worker, please complete this Workers List Request Form and email it to Your information will then be added to the available workers list.

Direct Support Hiring Packet

Completed packets should be emailed to OR faxed to 785-528-3665 OR mailed to RCIL, PO Box 257, Osage City, KS 66523 or hand-delivered to any RCIL office.

I9 Instructions

Have questions regarding the I9 form?  The following website can help you.

Required Background Checks and Prohibited Offenses

Background Check Requirements for all Direct Support Workers

The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services has notified all Financial Management Service (FMS) providers that all Direct Support Workers (new and existing) must undergo and pass certain background checks in order to be eligible to provide any Medicaid funded services, including, but not limited to, Personal Care Services, Enhanced Care Services, etc.

The following background checks will need to be completed:

  • Kansas Bureau of Investigations
  • Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services – Survey, Certification, and Credentialing Commission for Findings of Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation
  • Driver’s License Records through the Kansas Department of Revenue
  • Department for Children and Families – Adult Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation (ANE) Central Registry
  • Department for Children and Families – Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry
  • Kansas State Board of Nursing
  • Office of Inspector General

Newly hired DSWs with start dates after January 1, 2017 cannot work until all background checks have been returned and the State of Kansas has determined that the DSW applicant is eligible to provide Home and Community Based Services.  Please be aware that it has been taking some of the background checks up to three weeks or more to be completed.

Please complete the following forms in their entirety. Incomplete forms will slow the hiring process.

Please note – This background check policy is in the Kansas’ Medicaid Waiver program approved by the US Federal Agency “Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services”. This is not RCIL’s policy.  All FMS providers are required to conduct the same background checks.  Also, RCIL will not determine an individual’s eligibility.  Eligibility is determined by the state agency providing the background check.

Cost – The State of Kansas is not reimbursing FMS providers for the cost of the background checks. Please enclose a money order or cashier’s check pay to the order of RCIL in the amount of $20.00 to cover the cost of the background checks.  You may call RCIL at 1-800-580-7245 to pay the “Background Check Payment” by credit card.  Personal checks or cash will not be accepted.  Payment for the background checks must be received before the checks are conducted.

Prohibited Offenses

Statute Numbers 21-5301, 21-5302, 21-5401 through 21-5431, 21-5502 through 21-5513, 21-5601 through 21-5609, 21-5703 through 21-5710, 21-5713 through 21-5716, 21-6104, 21-6325, 21-6326, 21-6401, 21-6418 through 21-6421: Prohibited Offenses

Below is the list of prohibited offenses. This list of prohibited offenses is subject to modification by the Kansas Legislature. Convictions of the following crimes prohibit an individual from working as a Direct Support Worker.

  • Abandonment of a child
  • Abuse of a child
  • Aggravated abandonment of a child
  • Aggravated human trafficking
  • Aggravated incest
  • Aggravated indecent liberties with a child
  • Aggravated indecent solicitation of a child
  • Aggravated kidnapping
  • Aggravated robbery
  • Any violation of Kansas Medicaid Fraud Control Act
  • Assisting suicide
  • Bigamy
  • Blackmail
  • Capital murder
  • Commercial sexual exploitation of a child
  • Criminal non-support
  • Criminal threat
  • Criminal use of a financial card
  • Distribution of a controlled substance causing great bodily harm or death
  • Electronic solicitation
  • Exposing another to a life threating communicable disease
  • Female genital mutilation
  • Forgery
  • Furtherance of terrorism or illegal use of weapons of mass destruction
  • Human trafficking
  • Identity theft, identity fraud
  • Illegal use of weapons of mass destruction
  • Incest
  • Indecent liberties with a child
  • Indecent solicitation of a child
  • Involuntary manslaughter
  • Kidnapping
  • Making false claim, statement or representation to the Medicaid program
  • Murder in the first degree
  • Murder in the second degree
  • Obstruction of a Medicaid fraud investigation
  • Promoting the sale of sexual relations
  • Rape
  • Robbery
  • Sexual exploitation of a child
  • Terrorism
  • Theft
  • Unlawful acts involving proceeds derived from violations of 21-571 through 21-5717
  • Unlawful acts relating to the Medicaid program
  • Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances
  • Unlawful distribution of certain drug precursors and drug paraphernalia
  • Unlawful distribution or possession of a simulated controlled substance
  • Unlawful manufacture, distribution, cultivation or possession of controlled substances using a communication facility
  • Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances
  • Unlawful obtainment or sale of a prescription-only drug
  • Unlawful possession of controlled substances
  • Unlawful representation that a non-controlled substance is a controlled substance
  • Unlawful sexual relations
  • Unlawful voluntary sexual relations
  • Unlawfully obtaining or selling a prescription only drug
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Violation of a protective order extended protective orders, penalties
  • Voluntary manslaughter
  • Adultery
  • Criminal restrain
  • Endangerment
  • Hazing
  • Interference with custody of a committed person
  • Permitting a dangerous animal to be at large
  • Mistreatment of a confined person
  • Selling sexual relations
  • Unlawful administration of a substance
  • Unlawful disclosure of tax information
  • Unlawful interference with a firefighter
  • Unlawful interference with an emergency medical services attendant
  • Unlawfully hosting minors consuming alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage
  • Vehicular homicide
Both Felony and Misdemeanor
  • Aggravated assault
  • Aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer
  • Aggravated battery
  • Aggravated criminal sodomy
  • Aggravated interference with parental custody
  • Aggravated sexual battery
  • Assault of a law enforcement officer
  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Battery against certain person
  • Buying sexual relations
  • Contributing to a child’s misconduct
  • Criminal sodomy
  • Criminal solicitation to commit a prohibited offense
  • Cruelty to animals
  • Endangering a child: aggravated endangering a child
  • Furnishing alcoholic beverage to a minor for illicit purposes
  • Furnishing alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage to a minor
  • Interference with custody of a committed person
  • Interference with parental custody
  • Lewd and lascivious behavior
  • Mistreatment of a confined person
  • Mistreatment of an elder person
  • Promoting obscenity or promoting obscenity to minors
  • Promoting obscenity to minors
  • Promoting obscenity
  • Sexual battery
  • Social welfare fraud
  • Stalking
  • Unlawful administration of a substance

Length of Prohibition Subject to Underlying offense: Attempt; Conspiracy

Definition Only- Application of certain crimes to an unborn child; Evidence of complaining witness’ previous sexual conduct in prosecutions for certain offenses; motions; notice

Prohibited Offenses Updated as of July 2018 (complete list with statue number)

RCIL is a member of Applied Self Direction

AuthentiCare/EVV FAQs

Kansas AuthentiCare is a requirement for all Home and Community-Based Service (HCBS) consumers and Direct Support Workers (DSWs).  Visit our FAQ page below for answers to common questions.