Washington Supplemental Income Program for Children
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This state program provides an additional cash benefit beyond what the federal government gives your child through the Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The amount of the supplemental income provided will depend on your child or children’s living arrangements and any income the child gets from other sources.

You can get more information about this program and other programs in your state by going to the AARP GrandFacts State Fact Sheets at: www.aarp.org/relationships/friends-family/grandfacts-sheets/.


How do I apply?

To find out how to apply for this program, please contact your local Medicaid Office.

Frequently Asked Questions

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