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State Mental Institutions that Serve as Representative Payees

1624. State Mental Institutions that Serve as Representative Payees

1624.1 Must State mental institutions complete annual report forms?

State mental institutions that participate in the onsite review program and serve as representative payee for a number of beneficiaries are exempt from completing an annual report form.

1624.2 How are those State mental institutions monitored?

Those participating State mental institutions are monitored through a process called onsite review.

1624.3 How often are State mental institutions monitored?

Each participating institution is reviewed by SSA at least once every three years. However, if the institution's performance is unsatisfactory, more frequent reviews may be required.

Last Revised: Feb. 1, 2008

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September 9, 2012 by Guest

what is going to do a beneficiaries that he doenst even know his payee. the payee dotn bother to see his needs ,. he cannot go to VA because the payee dont come and visit him to give his remaining money. how come that he got a payee without knowing. her daughter is telling to the people that he is nuts.. he does not even see his doctor.. his payee dont show up to talk to him.. this poor old man doesnt know aobut having a payee./

Reporting representative payee abuse

September 9, 2012 by David Luhman

If you feel the Representative Payee has in some fashion misused the benefits being issued for the beneficiary, contact the OIG Fraud Hotline.

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