The Social Security Administration (SSA) sends notices and letters to recipients who are on Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or who have applied to receive  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. The notices and letters are extremely important to review and keep track of. The Social Security Administration’s (SSA) primary way to communicate to applicants and recipients are via notices and letters.

​The purpose of the notices and letters are to inform applicants and recipients of any changes regarding benefits, decisions regarding eligibility, action needed on behalf of the applicant or recipient, and steps applicants or recipients should take to if they disagree with the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) decision.

If you are having trouble understanding the notice or letter or cannot provide the necessary requested documentation by the Social Security Administration (SSA) deadline contact your local Social Security Administration (SSA) office or the number(s) provided on the notice or letter.

If you are a beneficiary/client of CPT Special Needs Trusts, contact our Trust Administration Team on your case immediately so that they are able to prepare any documents you need to submit. We will request a copy of the notice or letter that you received. Notices and letters should be taken seriously and should not be ignored for any reason. If prompt attention is not taken your benefits may be revoked or suspended