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TITLE XVI—SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME FOR THE AGED, BLIND, AND DISABLED[1]

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF TITLE[2]

Sec. 1601. Purpose; Appropriations

Sec. 1602. Basic eligibility for benefits

Part A—Determination of Benefits

Sec. 1611. Eligibility for and amount of benefits

Sec. 1612. Income

Sec. 1613. Resources

Sec. 1614. Meaning of terms

Sec. 1615. Rehabilitation services for blind and disabled individuals

Sec. 1616. Optional State supplementation

Sec. 1617. Cost–of–living adjustments in benefits

Sec. 1618. Operation of State supplementation programs

Sec. 1619. Benefits for individuals who perform substantial gainful activity despite severe medical impairment

Sec. 1620. Medical and social services for certain handicapped persons

Sec. 1621. Attribution of sponsor’s income and resources to aliens

Part B—Procedural and General Provisions

Sec. 1631. Payments and procedures

Sec. 1632. Penalties for fraud

Sec. 1633. Administration

Sec. 1634. Determinations of medicaid eligibility

Sec. 1635. Outreach program for children

Sec. 1636. Treatment referrals for individuals with an alcoholism or drug addiction condition

Sec. 1637. Annual report on program


[1]  This Title XVI of the Social Security Act is administered by the Social Security Administration.

This Title XVI appears in the United States Code as §§1381-1383f, subchapter XVI, chapter 7, Title 42.

Regulations with respect to this Title XVI are contained in chapter III, Title 20, Code of Federal Regulations.

P.L. 94-241, §1 (§502 of Covenant to Establish a Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Political Union with the United States of America), approved March 24, 1976, provides that this Title XVI is applicable to the Northern Mariana Islands.

See Vol. II, P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in federally assisted programs.

See Vol. II, 31 U.S.C. 3720 and 3720A, with respect to collection of payments due to Federal agencies.

See Vol. II, P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in Federally assisted programs.

See Vol. II, P.L. 88-525, §11(i), with respect to the acceptance by social security offices of applications for participation in the food stamp program from recipients of supplemental security income.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-203, §9117, with respect to the demonstration program to assist homeless individuals.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-204, §724(d), with respect to furnishing information to the United States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations; and §725(b), with respect to the detailing of Government personnel.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-235, §§5-8, with respect to responsibilities of each Federal agency for computer systems security and privacy.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-690, §5301(a)(1)(C) and (d)(1)(B), with respect to benefits of drug traffickers and possessors.

See Vol. II, P.L. 103-296, §206(g), with respect to annual reports on reviews of OASDI and SSI cases.

See Vol. II, P.L. 111-255, §4, with respect to a study and report t to evaluate the impact of P.L. 111–255 on enrollment of individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income benefits.

[2] This table of contents does not appear in the law.