June 2021
SSI Recipients  (All Age Groups) Total SSI

Monthly Payments

Recipients 

Age 65 & Over

 

USA 7,818,363 $4,775,661,000 2,275,925
Alabama 154,537 $90,716,000 29,371
Alaska 12,259 $7,025,000 3,459
Arizona        116,679 $71.160,000 32,930
Arkansas 101,389 $60,788,000 15.109
California 1,159,530 $781,662,000 564,716
Colorado 71,135 $42,394,000 19,781
Connecticut 66,424 $40,175,000 17,456
Delaware 16,718 $10,379,000 3,124
District of Columbia 24,402 $15,605,000 6,020
Florida 567,382 $336,330,000 217,056
Georgia 255,719 $153,400,000 59,979
Hawaii 22,207 $13,683,000 9,079
Idaho 30,247 $17,748,000 4,847
Illinois 256,378 $158,501,000 68,674
Indiana 125,921 $78,462,000 18,090
Iowa 51,014 $30,269,000 8,136
Kansas 47,066 $28,251,000 7,681
Kentucky 164,582 $97,372,000 32,948
Louisiana 167,047 $100,368,000 34,215
Maine 35,581 $20,446,000 6,143
Maryland 118,378 $74,851,000 28,710
Massachusetts 175,866 $103,195,000 55,141
Michigan 261,122 $161,547,000 54,946
Minnesota 91,056 $56,167,000 24,285
Mississippi 112,274 $64,783,000 23,476
Missouri 132,914 $78,476,000 22,094
Montana 17,254 $9,834,000 3,810
Nebraska 28,910 $16,947,000 5,411
Nevada 55,721 $34,465,000 15,989
New Hampshire 17,645 $10,061,000 2,443
New Jersey 170,355 $101,095,000 59,321
New Mexico 59,612 $34,280,000 17,279
New York 589,457 $352,931,000 223,310
North Carolina 224,232 $132,310,000 45,638
North Dakota 8,162 $4,619,000 1,607
Ohio 301,957 $186,742,000 56,145
Oklahoma 95,312 $57,730,000 16,472
Oregon 86,824 $53,458,000 21,182
Pennsylvania 341,523 $211,533,000 75,103
Rhode Island 31,709 $18,780,000 8,083
South Carolina 112,542 $66,484,000 23,391
South Dakota 14,285 $8,310,000 3,271
Tennessee 170,062 $102,025,000 33,477
Texas 620,598 $355,597,000 179,094
Utah 31,105 $18,871,000 5,757
Vermont 14,818 $8,939,000 2,809
Virginia 153,227 $91,768,000 35,544
Washington 144,424 $90,515,000 39,508
West Virginia 68,001 $40,701,000 12,898
Wisconsin 114,894 $69,227,000 19,626
Wyoming 6,868 $4,004,000 1,071

 

– Source: Social Security Administration, June, 2021

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program is not funded by the social security trust fund dollars. SSI is paid with general revenues. It is intended for individuals age 65 and over or under age 65 if blind or disabled, who have very limited income and resources.