What is a state supplemental payment and who can get it?
(1) The state supplemental payment (SSP) is a state-funded cash assistance program for certain clients who the Social Security Administration determines are eligible for supplemental security income (SSI).
(2) You can get an SSP if:
(a) You are a grandfathered SSI recipient under WAC 388-474-0001
(b) You are an individual with an ineligible spouse under WAC 388-474-0001
(c) You receive SSI because you are age sixty-five or older under WAC 388-474-0001
(d) You receive SSI because you are blind under WAC 388-474-0001
(e) You are determined eligible for SSP by the developmental disabilities administration; or
(f) You are eligible for and receive SSI as a foster child receiving specific services through children's administration behavior rehabilitation services (BRS) for part or all of a month, and not eligible for foster care reimbursement under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.500
, 74.04.510, and 74.08A.120. WSR 15-16-022, § 388-474-0012, filed 7/24/15, effective 8/24/15. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.050
, 74.04.055, 74.04.057, 74.08.090. WSR 05-07-031, § 388-474-0012, filed 3/9/05, effective 4/9/05; WSR 03-21-125, § 388-474-0012, filed 10/20/03, effective 11/1/03; WSR 03-03-114, § 388-474-0012, filed 1/21/03, effective 2/23/03.]