INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT & SUPPORT (IPS):
Proven model for adults w/severe mental illness.
A rule that lets people who stop getting Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits due to work income keep their Medi-Cal health coverage while earning up to $37,706 per year [higher earnings may qualify, see below.] 1619(b) also makes it easier to get SSI benefits started up again if your countable income goes below SSI's income limit. For 1619(b), you must continue to meet other SSI eligibility rules, such as the resource limit. Note: If your earnings are over this limit and you have high medical expenses, you might still qualify for 1619(b). Ask your local Social Security office about the 1619(b) Individualized Earnings Threshold. More on 1619b Exemption, including individual threshold calculation information.
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