Annual Statistical Report on the Social Security Disability Insurance Program, 2005

 

Disabled Beneficiaries Receiving Social Security, SSI, or Both

Chart 12. Social Security and SSI beneficiaries aged 18–64 receiving benefits on the basis of disability, December 2005

In December 2005, nearly 10.1 million people aged 18–64 received benefits on the basis of disability. Nearly 60 percent (6.0 million) received benefits from the Social Security program only, 29 percent (2.9 million) received benefits from the Supplemental Security Income program (SSI) only, and 12 percent (1.2 million) received benefits from both programs.

Venn diagram described in previous paragraph.
SOURCE: Table 64.
Table 64. Number aged 18–64, by program, December 1996–2005
Year Total Social Security only SSI only Both Social Security and SSI
Total Workers Widow(er)s Adult
children
Total Workers Widow(er)s Adult
children
Number
1996 7,689,664 4,122,152 -- -- -- 2,559,750 1,007,762 -- -- --
1997 7,811,748 4,250,155 -- -- -- 2,550,105 1,011,488 -- -- --
1998 8,086,259 4,440,264 -- -- -- 2,618,615 1,027,380 -- -- --
1999 8,399,309 4,703,774 -- -- -- 2,650,586 1,044,949 -- -- --
2000 8,599,465 4,850,835 -- -- -- 2,690,446 1,058,184 -- -- --
2001 8,791,338 4,979,844 4,495,477 87,833 396,534 2,732,020 1,079,474 772,562 35,222 271,690
2002 9,106,014 5,228,262 4,738,246 87,900 402,116 2,768,782 1,108,970 801,351 34,671 272,948
2003 9,445,573 5,492,325 4,997,137 87,203 407,985 2,811,647 1,141,601 833,269 34,101 274,231
2004 9,773,201 5,756,093 5,257,314 89,874 408,905 2,850,815 1,166,293 858,850 33,072 274,371
2005 10,081,625 5,998,755 5,491,980 86,422 420,353 2,880,931 1,201,939 893,437 32,302 276,200
Total monthly benefits a (millions of dollars)
1996 4,887 3,072 -- -- -- 1,222 584 -- -- --
1997 5,106 3,245 -- -- -- 1,257 604 -- -- --
1998 5,379 3,444 -- -- -- 1,313 622 -- -- --
1999 5,680 3,691 -- -- -- 1,346 643 -- -- --
2000 6,058 3,975 -- -- -- 1,408 675 -- -- --
2001 6,542 4,299 3,976 65 258 1,491 719 530 22 167
2002 6,920 4,629 4,294 67 268 1,544 747 554 22 171
2003 7,416 5,024 4,674 69 281 1,603 790 592 22 176
2004 7,980 5,464 5,096 72 296 1,686 829 626 22 180
2005 8,604 5,974 5,584 75 315 1,724 906 696 22 187
Average monthly benefit b (dollars)
1996 624.80 744.60 -- -- -- 456.00 546.90 -- -- --
1997 637.80 762.80 -- -- -- 458.10 557.10 -- -- --
1998 649.90 775.00 -- -- -- 467.90 564.30 -- -- --
1999 662.50 784.10 -- -- -- 477.60 576.70 -- -- --
2000 689.30 818.80 -- -- -- 489.00 594.90 -- -- --
2001 722.84 862.60 883.70 744.80 650.00 506.80 615.20 618.40 595.10 608.70
2002 744.40 884.60 905.40 764.40 666.00 522.50 625.20 626.90 608.30 622.20
2003 768.50 914.10 934.80 790.80 687.30 533.50 638.20 639.90 620.90 635.10
2004 796.80 947.80 967.80 804.80 722.50 545.90 655.20 657.10 639.10 651.40
2005 832.80 993.70 1,014.50 863.10 748.10 558.20 675.90 677.70 659.90 672.30
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Disabled Beneficiaries and Dependents Master Beneficiary Record file and Supplemental Security Record file, 100 percent data.
NOTES: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) counts include recipients of federal SSI, federally administered state supplementation, or both. Social Security beneficiaries who are entitled to a primary and a secondary benefit (dual entitlement) are counted only once in this table.
-- = not available.
a. Includes retroactive SSI payments.
b. Excludes retroactive payments for both programs.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186 or di.asr@ssa.gov.
Table 65. Number aged 18–64, by state or other area, December 2005
State or area Workers Widow(er)s Adult children
Total Number
with SSI
Average
SSI
benefit a
(dollars)
Total Number
with SSI
Average
SSI
benefit a
(dollars)
Total Number
with SSI
Average
SSI
benefit a
(dollars)
All areas 6,385,417 893,437 192.98 118,724 32,302 198.90 696,553 276,200 247.10
Alabama 166,483 23,809 156.82 3,570 1,144 172.00 15,978 8,186 222.86
Alaska 9,468 1,498 166.91 156 35 164.06 737 302 232.71
Arizona 119,677 12,176 170.60 1,646 332 192.12 8,641 3,144 222.99
Arkansas 101,876 13,923 159.29 2,016 628 172.16 8,633 4,309 229.97
California 540,128 147,448 289.74 9,056 3,797 308.43 59,834 37,727 368.08
Colorado 71,024 9,027 159.21 909 177 196.81 5,457 2,117 214.28
Connecticut 63,483 6,647 162.58 805 248 197.21 8,397 2,125 226.22
Delaware 20,331 1,936 168.72 218 38 163.78 1,722 572 198.53
District of Columbia 9,586 1,749 187.91 182 64 195.08 1,219 427 259.94
Florida 387,260 44,616 162.20 5,820 1,447 177.00 32,346 12,640 219.32
Georgia 191,862 24,827 152.41 3,909 1,327 172.95 18,993 9,074 209.82
Hawaii 18,145 2,037 215.00 323 81 198.83 2,071 963 363.92
Idaho 28,690 4,093 173.66 414 73 203.53 2,459 1,001 212.81
Illinois 217,327 25,029 179.92 4,136 953 183.05 29,319 7,638 224.16
Indiana 139,114 16,372 176.76 2,302 407 171.74 15,538 3,958 211.93
Iowa 58,254 8,498 177.91 752 180 173.96 7,564 2,352 205.64
Kansas 52,418 6,929 167.62 731 162 181.48 5,508 1,882 207.57
Kentucky 157,015 24,437 166.47 4,427 1,369 190.95 14,968 7,494 235.41
Louisiana 106,551 15,181 167.80 3,821 1,086 173.50 16,165 7,335 238.40
Maine 45,398 6,530 163.22 597 161 146.32 4,060 1,910 217.74
Maryland 88,897 10,083 168.17 1,387 321 169.27 9,891 3,127 200.96
Massachusetts 149,491 26,494 191.24 1,918 717 241.75 16,207 6,669 248.05
Michigan 234,515 30,378 182.69 4,450 958 181.57 30,482 11,421 213.31
Minnesota 88,176 10,966 169.88 835 191 184.05 10,211 3,089 206.90
Mississippi 104,565 15,625 156.02 2,599 960 175.15 11,112 6,062 239.78
Missouri 157,844 19,893 170.36 2,718 708 183.33 14,905 5,656 221.30
Montana 20,046 2,628 167.81 316 86 177.61 1,982 838 205.39
Nebraska 32,145 4,412 167.16 381 71 200.42 3,720 1,332 213.31
Nevada 44,079 4,199 160.95 598 79 200.10 2,501 785 209.21
New Hampshire 32,435 2,950 163.76 281 42 125.21 2,585 821 210.59
New Jersey 150,202 16,776 175.96 2,061 515 201.85 18,106 5,428 221.98
New Mexico 44,367 6,806 170.88 822 243 179.86 4,104 2,052 233.21
New York 395,098 61,930 216.67 7,049 2,426 223.34 50,930 23,835 283.70
North Carolina 244,300 28,547 159.00 3,725 1,186 173.34 21,436 9,567 212.05
North Dakota 10,742 1,421 165.65 142 39 195.24 1,685 619 203.22
Ohio 237,182 33,876 184.03 5,546 1,227 183.12 31,661 9,112 218.67
Oklahoma 88,880 11,205 174.04 1,816 489 176.12 8,529 3,312 219.45
Oregon 73,661 10,020 165.18 1,126 212 183.86 6,741 2,354 205.65
Pennsylvania 286,887 36,031 183.41 5,744 1,417 181.52 34,886 12,357 231.39
Rhode Island 28,314 4,974 183.08 339 111 203.60 2,791 1,317 246.04
South Carolina 128,180 13,346 161.90 2,400 773 176.79 12,299 5,497 208.99
South Dakota 14,112 2,015 172.67 182 62 203.87 1,764 786 208.45
Tennessee 178,096 22,854 164.91 3,953 1,242 185.06 17,118 7,869 219.03
Texas 375,539 52,424 166.40 8,620 2,347 172.04 39,395 16,185 225.94
Utah 29,158 3,467 175.72 346 61 194.90 3,201 944 217.12
Vermont 15,536 2,778 186.09 219 75 189.47 1,709 922 228.49
Virginia 162,506 17,996 164.58 3,056 780 168.27 15,798 6,312 214.68
Washington 120,697 16,191 169.48 1,736 334 178.63 11,235 3,621 210.06
West Virginia 77,906 9,575 167.47 2,534 576 174.32 8,984 3,940 229.80
Wisconsin 108,264 15,427 169.80 1,252 308 179.84 14,193 4,871 196.89
Wyoming 9,412 1,176 169.87 104 19 191.83 808 261 194.24
Outlying areas b 150,095 212 156.42 4,679 18 198.33 25,975 83 270.75
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Disabled Beneficiaries and Dependents Master Beneficiary Record file, 100 percent data, and Supplemental Security Record file, 100 percent data.
NOTE: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) counts include recipients of federal SSI, federally administered state supplementation, or both. Social Security beneficiaries who are entitled to a primary and a secondary benefit (dual entitlement) are counted only once in this table.
a. Excludes retroactive payments.
b. Includes American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and foreign countries.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186 or di.asr@ssa.gov.
Table 66. Number aged 18–64 as a percentage of the resident population aged 18–64, by state, December 2005
State Resident
population a
Beneficiaries
Number Percentage
of resident
population
United States 186,150,307 9,900,578 5.3
Alabama 2,864,322 253,441 8.8
Alaska 431,311 15,400 3.6
Arizona 3,600,675 171,693 4.8
Arkansas 1,719,082 147,356 8.6
California 22,561,711 1,009,478 4.5
Colorado 3,019,556 100,826 3.3
Connecticut 2,201,141 96,775 4.4
Delaware 535,431 27,791 5.2
District of Columbia 370,476 21,299 5.7
Florida 10,728,827 568,127 5.3
Georgia 5,839,432 297,430 5.1
Hawaii 800,804 30,069 3.8
Idaho 890,999 41,420 4.6
Illinois 7,992,258 373,654 4.7
Indiana 3,891,620 201,838 5.2
Iowa 1,860,313 84,976 4.6
Kansas 1,713,397 75,355 4.4
Kentucky 2,667,481 262,537 9.8
Louisiana 2,844,396 195,052 6.9
Maine 851,505 64,697 7.6
Maryland 3,552,867 141,861 4.0
Massachusetts 4,087,881 239,167 5.9
Michigan 6,338,092 374,962 5.9
Minnesota 3,279,980 130,912 4.0
Mississippi 1,814,151 167,037 9.2
Missouri 3,648,907 227,413 6.2
Montana 601,842 29,222 4.9
Nebraska 1,093,608 45,447 4.2
Nevada 1,520,491 60,483 4.0
New Hampshire 843,684 41,815 5.0
New Jersey 5,426,768 227,005 4.2
New Mexico 1,204,000 71,048 5.9
New York 12,193,682 700,358 5.7
North Carolina 5,488,103 344,095 6.3
North Dakota 406,509 15,656 3.9
Ohio 7,175,500 401,648 5.6
Oklahoma 2,225,580 134,644 6.0
Oregon 2,321,206 108,618 4.7
Pennsylvania 7,720,030 476,444 6.2
Rhode Island 681,060 43,923 6.4
South Carolina 2,692,901 185,386 6.9
South Dakota 477,133 20,813 4.4
Tennessee 3,822,486 270,117 7.1
Texas 14,261,838 606,414 4.3
Utah 1,511,008 42,897 2.8
Vermont 408,449 22,676 5.6
Virginia 4,877,794 236,107 4.8
Washington 4,082,520 188,187 4.6
West Virginia 1,155,991 131,226 11.4
Wisconsin 3,518,573 162,826 4.6
Wyoming 332,936 12,957 3.9
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Disabled Beneficiaries and Dependents Master Beneficiary Record file, 100 percent data, and Supplemental Security Record file, 100 percent data; U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 estimates of resident population.
NOTES: Data exclude United States territories and other areas.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) counts include recipients of federal SSI, federally administered state supplementation, or both. Social Security beneficiaries who are entitled to a primary and a secondary benefit (dual entitlement) are counted only once in this table.
a. Population estimates for the United States as of July 1, 2005, as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186 or di.asr@ssa.gov.
Table 67. Distribution of beneficiaries aged 18–64, by diagnostic group, December 2005
Diagnostic group Total Social Security only SSI only Both Social Security and SSI
Workers Widow(er)s Adult
children
Workers Widow(er)s Adult
children
Number
Total 10,081,625 5,491,980 86,422 420,353 2,880,931 893,437 32,302 276,200
Congenital anomalies 39,160 8,560 118 5,286 19,543 2,302 42 3,309
Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases 363,174 209,553 7,282 1,458 103,054 37,275 3,311 1,241
Infectious and parasitic diseases 161,332 93,230 702 1,502 46,554 17,713 335 1,296
Injuries 359,428 247,167 2,054 6,197 70,720 29,355 562 3,373
Mental disorders
Retardation 1,283,634 198,259 3,793 199,257 619,406 120,203 3,906 138,810
Other 3,025,120 1,480,259 20,963 63,531 1,040,312 363,642 7,744 48,669
Neoplasms 217,362 168,226 1,726 1,089 32,672 12,589 371 689
Diseases of the—
Blood and blood-forming organs 29,767 13,088 135 965 11,540 3,009 56 974
Circulatory system 743,322 550,980 8,817 2,130 131,508 45,885 2,773 1,229
Digestive system 128,501 89,062 967 366 27,169 10,421 278 238
Genitourinary system 139,524 95,388 772 986 29,448 11,856 242 832
Musculoskeletal system and connective tissue 1,920,144 1,479,266 24,014 2,834 274,135 131,388 6,219 2,288
Nervous system and sense organs 911,903 546,290 6,038 42,481 222,556 66,513 1,690 26,335
Respiratory system 263,839 174,347 4,647 501 61,578 20,809 1,482 475
Skin and subcutaneous tissue 20,108 13,555 176 150 4,223 1,841 52 111
Other 21,709 11,801 106 698 7,316 1,230 16 542
Unknown 453,598 112,949 4,112 90,922 179,197 17,406 3,223 45,789
Percent
Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Congenital anomalies 0.4 0.2 0.1 1.3 0.7 0.3 0.1 1.2
Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases 3.6 3.8 8.4 0.3 3.6 4.2 10.3 0.4
Infectious and parasitic diseases 1.6 1.7 0.8 0.4 1.6 2.0 1.0 0.5
Injuries 3.6 4.5 2.4 1.5 2.5 3.3 1.7 1.2
Mental disorders
Retardation 12.7 3.6 4.4 47.4 21.5 13.5 12.1 50.3
Other 30.0 27.0 24.3 15.1 36.1 40.7 24.0 17.6
Neoplasms 2.2 3.1 2.0 0.3 1.1 1.4 1.1 0.2
Diseases of the—
Blood and blood-forming organs 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.4
Circulatory system 7.4 10.0 10.2 0.5 4.6 5.1 8.6 0.4
Digestive system 1.3 1.6 1.1 0.1 0.9 1.2 0.9 0.1
Genitourinary system 1.4 1.7 0.9 0.2 1.0 1.3 0.7 0.3
Musculoskeletal system and connective tissue 19.0 26.9 27.8 0.7 9.5 14.7 19.3 0.8
Nervous system and sense organs 9.0 9.9 7.0 10.1 7.7 7.4 5.2 9.5
Respiratory system 2.6 3.2 5.4 0.1 2.1 2.3 4.6 0.2
Skin and subcutaneous tissue 0.2 0.2 0.2 a 0.1 0.2 0.2 a
Other 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.1 a 0.2
Unknown 4.5 2.1 4.8 21.6 6.2 1.9 10.0 16.6
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Disabled Beneficiaries and Dependents Master Beneficiary Record file, 100 percent data, and Supplemental Security Record file, 100 percent data.
NOTE: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) counts include recipients of federal SSI, federally administered state supplementation, or both. Social Security beneficiaries who are entitled to a primary and a secondary benefit (dual entitlement) are counted only once in this table.
a. Less than 0.05 percent.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186 or di.asr@ssa.gov.