SSI Recipients by State and County, 2012

 

Kansas

Table 3. Number of recipients in state (by eligibility category, age, and receipt of OASDI benefits) and amount of payments, by county, December 2012
County ANSI Code Total Category Age SSI recipients also receiving OASDI Amount of payments (thousands of dollars) a
Aged Blind and disabled Under 18 18–64 65 or older
Total, Kansas 20 48,488 3,011 45,477 9,609 32,105 6,774 16,556 26,439
Allen 20001 363 13 350 43 277 43 153 185
Anderson 20003 96 (X) (X) 13 69 14 40 42
Atchison 20005 354 25 329 83 223 48 132 189
Barber 20007 78 (X) (X) (X) 58 (X) 31 38
Barton 20009 492 20 472 82 358 52 183 272
Bourbon 20011 403 19 384 70 267 66 148 201
Brown 20013 216 16 200 43 137 36 90 115
Butler 20015 842 34 808 170 580 92 275 482
Chase 20017 36 (X) (X) (X) 19 (X) 14 16
Chautauqua 20019 114 (X) (X) 16 81 17 48 54
Cherokee 20021 685 19 666 86 515 84 238 349
Cheyenne 20023 26 (X) (X) (X) 21 (X) 10 12
Clark 20025 27 (X) (X) (X) 15 (X) 14 11
Clay 20027 115 (X) (X) 20 77 18 56 55
Cloud 20029 182 11 171 28 134 20 86 91
Coffey 20031 178 13 165 45 104 29 77 91
Comanche 20033 29 (X) (X) (X) 20 (X) 11 10
Cowley 20035 775 32 743 113 550 112 277 403
Crawford 20037 1,048 36 1,012 158 763 127 399 552
Decatur 20039 40 (X) (X) (X) 28 (X) 15 26
Dickinson 20041 269 20 249 47 178 44 111 138
Doniphan 20043 125 (X) (X) 18 84 23 55 72
Douglas 20045 1,287 69 1,218 248 887 152 467 725
Edwards 20047 51 (X) (X) (X) 30 (X) 20 30
Elk 20049 62 (X) (X) (X) 44 (X) 28 33
Ellis 20051 273 12 261 44 195 34 125 128
Ellsworth 20053 82 (X) (X) 12 59 11 41 47
Finney 20055 661 70 591 164 382 115 220 355
Ford 20057 460 60 400 104 258 98 177 224
Franklin 20059 509 20 489 94 360 55 187 277
Geary 20061 584 32 552 187 325 72 176 305
Gove 20063 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X)
Graham 20065 36 (X) (X) (X) 23 (X) 21 25
Grant 20067 89 10 79 26 45 18 34 45
Gray 20069 31 (X) (X) (X) 18 (X) (X) 16
Greeley 20071 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X)
Greenwood 20073 169 (X) (X) 21 129 19 74 100
Hamilton 20075 21 (X) (X) (X) 15 (X) (X) 11
Harper 20077 90 (X) (X) 10 66 14 32 49
Harvey 20079 476 24 452 75 342 59 191 258
Haskell 20081 29 (X) (X) (X) 15 (X) 10 18
Hodgeman 20083 13 0 13 0 13 0 (X) 9
Jackson 20085 188 12 176 40 120 28 76 101
Jefferson 20087 227 14 213 39 158 30 72 150
Jewell 20089 45 11 34 (X) 29 (X) 27 18
Johnson 20091 3,759 513 3,246 760 2,225 774 1,047 2,040
Kearny 20093 50 (X) (X) 13 27 10 19 22
Kingman 20095 108 (X) (X) 21 72 15 33 56
Kiowa 20097 55 0 55 (X) 48 (X) 25 24
Labette 20099 728 29 699 84 552 92 296 351
Lane 20101 19 (X) (X) (X) 10 (X) (X) 9
Leavenworth 20103 901 45 856 189 606 106 306 487
Lincoln 20105 36 (X) (X) (X) 23 (X) 15 18
Linn 20107 181 10 171 22 124 35 86 94
Logan 20109 39 (X) (X) (X) 23 (X) 13 19
Lyon 20111 666 48 618 126 433 107 251 322
McPherson 20113 307 (X) (X) 64 213 30 101 154
Marion 20115 155 10 145 30 100 25 59 69
Marshall 20117 158 10 148 23 105 30 72 69
Meade 20119 35 (X) (X) (X) 17 (X) 15 14
Miami 20121 398 14 384 66 292 40 153 216
Mitchell 20123 88 (X) (X) (X) 69 (X) 30 46
Montgomery 20125 1,146 58 1,088 166 822 158 458 657
Morris 20127 81 (X) (X) 15 54 12 26 47
Morton 20129 48 (X) (X) (X) 32 (X) 22 24
Nemaha 20131 105 (X) (X) 20 68 17 52 57
Neosho 20133 378 27 351 64 256 58 152 200
Ness 20135 23 0 23 (X) 15 (X) (X) 12
Norton 20137 64 (X) (X) (X) 45 (X) 23 36
Osage 20139 320 (X) (X) 73 217 30 109 171
Osborne 20141 47 (X) (X) (X) 30 (X) 24 31
Ottawa 20143 80 (X) (X) 13 56 11 39 35
Pawnee 20145 80 (X) (X) (X) 58 (X) 27 43
Phillips 20147 61 (X) (X) (X) 45 (X) 24 48
Pottawatomie 20149 203 (X) (X) 38 141 24 74 105
Pratt 20151 149 13 136 20 101 28 50 73
Rawlins 20153 34 (X) (X) (X) 22 (X) 20 14
Reno 20155 1,363 64 1,299 274 916 173 495 720
Republic 20157 78 11 67 13 52 13 33 36
Rice 20159 146 (X) (X) 36 93 17 49 86
Riley 20161 514 31 483 109 353 52 191 270
Rooks 20163 72 (X) (X) (X) 52 (X) 33 52
Rush 20165 63 (X) (X) (X) 46 (X) 26 32
Russell 20167 134 (X) (X) 23 92 19 60 86
Saline 20169 1,028 59 969 188 713 127 398 588
Scott 20171 52 (X) (X) (X) 36 (X) 20 24
Sedgwick 20173 10,788 696 10,092 2,293 6,909 1,586 3,228 6,040
Seward 20175 340 34 306 67 206 67 124 167
Shawnee 20177 4,890 154 4,736 1,139 3,309 442 1,654 2,744
Sheridan 20179 20 (X) (X) (X) 14 (X) (X) 10
Sherman 20181 128 (X) (X) 18 90 20 63 62
Smith 20183 44 (X) (X) (X) 32 (X) 15 24
Stafford 20185 52 (X) (X) 10 32 10 18 24
Stanton 20187 17 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 6
Stevens 20189 39 (X) (X) (X) 24 (X) 13 16
Sumner 20191 420 10 410 73 312 35 149 230
Thomas 20193 87 (X) (X) (X) 65 (X) 38 38
Trego 20195 30 (X) (X) (X) 22 (X) 13 13
Wabaunsee 20197 82 (X) (X) (X) 61 (X) 31 47
Wallace 20199 14 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 8
Washington 20201 70 (X) (X) 10 43 17 32 33
Wichita 20203 16 (X) (X) (X) 11 (X) (X) 8
Wilson 20205 258 19 239 44 174 40 103 130
Woodson 20207 72 (X) (X) (X) 52 (X) 34 30
Wyandotte 20209 5,272 312 4,960 1,143 3,395 734 1,614 3,014
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record, 100 percent data.
NOTES: ANSI = American National Standards Institute; (X) = suppressed to avoid disclosing information about particular individuals.
a. The state payment total does not equal the sum of the rounded county totals.
CONTACT: (410) 965-0090 or statistics@ssa.gov.