A single person (not family member or partner) who meets the following requirements:
Does not have an annual income (including disability benefits) greater than $17,879.33.
Does not have a tax liability greater than $11,732.33.
Does not have an out-of-pocket medical expense greater than $22,726.64.
Does not have a disability or a condition that imposes a significant cost burden on activities of daily living less than three years since the last evaluation (unless they are disabled, in which case they may be eligible for the benefits).
Has participated in treatment services and is continuing to participate.
Does not have children.
Can participate on an ongoing basis (not less than once every two years).
Can apply for the benefit after the age of 65 if they receive a higher monthly benefit rate.
Does not have to work.
Benefits for children of disabled parents are available by family member, or if a single parent cannot obtain benefits at a later date, through the Social Security Administration.
How to apply
To apply, you must apply to the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA), Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), but can also apply to Medicare, the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) and Veterans Affairs.
If you apply to Medicare, please visit:
How to apply to FEHBP
Contact either our office at:
Please give your application number to our office so we contact our Social Security Administration (SSB) at
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