Social Security, SSI & Disability
Social Security is a federal organization that handles several federal programs to help disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources.
This section contains information about Social Security and the laws set in place to protect individuals. There are pdf fact sheets, forms, and other resources to help you understand disability, Social Security, and your rights in Arkansas.
FACT SHEETS & LEGAL INFORMATION
- Fact Sheet - Child Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Fact Sheet - Replacing a Social Security card
- Fact Sheet - Social Security Appeals Process
- Fact Sheet - Social Security Appeals Process (Spanish)
- Fact Sheet - Are You Still Disabled?
- Fact Sheet - Are You Still Disabled? (Spanish)
- Fact Sheet - The Difference Between Social Security and SSI
- Fact Sheet - Disability Benefits
- Fact Sheet - Disability Benefits (Spanish) | Resumen general de beneficios por incapacidad del Seguro Social
- Fact Sheet - Social Security: Right to Representation
You have a right to be represented when dealing with Social Security issues. This fact sheet provides more information about that right.
FORMS & COURT INFORMATION
Website - Arkansas State Resources
Go here to find Arkansas caregiving resources, Arkansas healthcare resources, Arkansas caregiver support groups, and local and state resources for those taking care of a family member.
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