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Social Security: A Guide to SSI for Groups and Organizations
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SSI is a federal program that gives monthly payments to people who are age 65 or older or are blind or have a disability and who have low income and few resources (things owned).

This booklet explains the SSI program. It is designed to help institutions, groups and organizations that have contact with potential or current SSI recipients. The Social Security Administration runs the SSI program. Social Security decides who is eligible, makes payments and keeps a master record of recipients. (Social Security Administration)
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2007
Baltimore, MD
800-772-1213
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