What Types of Disability Programs Pay Benefits to Disabled People?

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Michigan Social Security Disability FAQs – Programs

What types of disability programs pay benefits to disabled people?

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI), payable under Title XVI of the Social Security Act is a disability program for people who are disabled or blind (or 65 of age) who have limited income and resources. Benefits may be reduced based on an individual’s income and resources.
  • Social Security Insurance (SSDI), payable under Title II of the Social Security Act. This is a benefit program for people who are disabled, have worked and paid into Social Security for the requisite period to receive SSDI benefits.
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