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Supplemental Security Income - Disabled Children’s Program (SSI-DCP)

This program assists children and youth from birth up to age 18 who receive  Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Services provided through the SSI-DCP include supplemental oral formula, adaptive equipment that aids in accessibility or mobility and interaction/integration services aimed at strengthening the child physically or mentally.

Respite vouchers are also available through this program.

Frequently Asked Questions


SSI-DCP is a social service program, which provides services to children who receive  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA).

No, this is not a SoonerCare benefit. This funding comes from Title V of the Social Security Act, Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant. The funding for this Block Grant is approved on a yearly basis by the Federal Government.

Any child, from birth up to age 18, who receives SSI from the Social Security Administration.

  • Contact the Health Related & Medical Services (HR&MS) unit in the Adult and Family Services (AFS) division at 405-521-3679.  Or, contact a local DHS County Office.
  • A professional who works with the child must recommend the services and provide a written recommendation.

  • Supplemental Oral Formula
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • Interaction/Integration Services
  • Respite Vouchers
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