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SSI

Abbreviation for:
Scale for Suicidal Ideation
segmental sequential irradiation
severity score index
single-strand initiation
Social Services Inspectorate, see there 
somatic symptom index
standard spending indicator 
stuttering severity instrument
surgical site infection 
symptom severity index
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Through the innocent-sounding Supplemental Security Income program, the federal government is "the country's largest supplier of alcohol and drugs to addicts," Cote charges.
The States and the Poor, by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, reports that the last two years have seen forty-four states cut or freeze benefits in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program; twenty-two states eliminate or severely reduce general assistance benefits; twenty-six states freeze or cut supplemental benefits to poor, elderly, and disabled recipients of Supplemental Security Income.
6 million low-income individuals receiving Supplemental Security Income, known as SSI, also will rise by 2.
SAN FRANCISCO & LOS ANGELES -- San Francisco City Treasurer Jose Cisneros and Los Angeles Controller Laura Chick are challenging Californians to sign up for direct deposit of their Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
Bradley Singleton operated Brad's Automotive Repair, and his wife, who is disabled with rheumatoid arthritis, was receiving Supplemental Security Income.
3 million Americans, including the disabled on Supplemental Security Income, civil servants and retirees getting Social Security, railroad pensions and veterans benefits.
Gator got supplemental security income, a federal disability pension that no longer is granted for disability related to alcoholism or drug abuse.
She lives on Supplemental Security Income in an apartment complex for the disabled.
At issue are benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance Program and Supplemental Security Income, which is for the needy elderly, disabled and blind.
Johnson of Connecticut have signed up as co-sponsors of a separate bill to allow food stamps and Supplemental Security Income benefits for legal immigrants who became disabled after entering the United States.
Surviving on $640 a month in Supplemental Security Income, these World War II veterans - whose entitlements were curtailed when the Philippines became an independent country - rely on each other to make ends meet, bunking up in the same apartment, sometimes four or five men to a one-bedroom rental.
Federal Supplemental Security Income payments to noncitizens grew 580 percent between 1982 and 1994, while citizens' applications rose by 49 percent.

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