If you are an SSS member who has become disabled, you may be eligible for SSS Disability Benefit.
The SSS Disability Benefit program is designed to provide financial assistance to eligible individuals who are unable to work due to a disabling condition. Whether you’re facing a sudden illness, injury, or a long-term disability, understanding the ins and outs of this program is essential to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve.
It is crucial to be well-informed about the SSS Disability Benefit program, as it can significantly impact your financial stability and quality of life during a difficult period. By arming yourself with knowledge, you can confidently navigate the application process and secure the assistance you need to mitigate the financial burdens associated with disability.
Basics of SSS Disability Benefit
- You must be an SSS member in good standing.
- You must be permanently disabled and unable to work.
- You must have at least 36 monthly contributions within the 12-month period immediately preceding the semester of disability.
- Submit the required documents
- Medical Certificate
- Valid ID
- Proof of Contributions
- Proof of Employment
- Amount of the Benefit
- The amount of the SSS Disability Benefit is equivalent to 2/3 of the member’s average monthly salary credit (AMSC). The AMSC is calculated by taking the total of your monthly contributions in the 12 months immediately preceding the semester of disability and dividing it by 12.
How to Claim SSS Disability Benefit
1. Check your eligibility and gather the necessary documents.
2. Go to the SSS website and select Member.
3. Log in to your SSS account.
4. Enter your Username and Password and select Sign In.
4. In the SSS account dashboard, hover over Benefits and select Apply for Disability Claim tab.
5. Please provide the details of your disability.
7. Review the information regarding your SSS disability claim and ensure that your contact details are correct.
8. If you meet the qualifications, the proceeds will be deposited into the bank account that you have enrolled in the Bank Enrollment Module
For any concerns or inquiries regarding your Social Security System (SSS) matters, you can easily reach out for assistance. You can send an email to [email protected] or you can check our guide in other ways to contact SSS.