Social Security Disability Benefits Resources: Utah

According to the Utah Department of Public health, there are nearly 1 out of 5 Utah residents that live with a disability. Utah beneficiaries receive $426 million in benefits each year.

If you have a disability that will force you to be out of work for at least 12 months, then you could qualify for Social Security disability benefits. When you are approved for Social Security disability benefits, that money can be used to cover expenses related to your treatments, such as prescribed medicine you take for it, as well as basic day-to-day needs. To apply for Social Security disability benefits in Utah, you can contact your Utah Social Security office

Below are charts for the maximum monthly amounts for both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) then you may be entitled to.

Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) Maximum Monthly Benefit
Non-Blind Disabled Individual $1,350/Month
Blind Disabled Individual $2,260/Month
SSI Federal Payment Standard Maximum Monthly Benefit
Individual $ 841/Month
Couple $1,261/Month

The are 5 Social Security offices in Utah, 1 Office of Disability Determination Service and 1 Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. These offices can answer all of your questions regarding your Social Security disability application.

To speak with a local disability attorney about your case, fill out a free disability review today.

Utah Social Security Field Offices

324 25th Street
2nd Floor FOB
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 1-877-378-9081

88 W 100 N
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: 1-866-366-9549

1091 N Bluff St
Suite 1100
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: 1-866-446-7085

175 East 400 South
Suite 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone: 1-866-851-5275

10138 S Jordan Gtwy
South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: 1-866-690-1947

Office of Disability Determination Services

This office is responsible for making decisions on the disability benefits claims made by individuals. They make decisions based on the following information provided by the claimant:

  • Medical Records
  • Medical and Psychological Evidence
  • Continuing Disability review
  • The applicant’s own Statement


Utah Office of Disability Determination Services

Disability Determination Services
P.O. Box 144032
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111-4032
Telephone: 801-321-6500
Fax: 800-221-3493

Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review

The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review sets hearings for people who appeal their disability claim denial and releases the decisions regarding the appeals.

Utah Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review

SSA, Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
125 South State Street, Suite 3102
Salt Lake City, Utah 84138
Telephone: (801) 524-5315
Fax: (801) 524-3348
Services the following Social Security Field Offices:

Idaho Falls, Pocatello
Cedar City, Moab, Murray, Ogden, Provo, St. George, Salt Lake City

How to Apply for Disability in Utah

Knowing how to apply for disability in Utah can help you receive the financial assistance that you deserve. You can go online at and complete the claim form.

Make sure to scan and upload any supporting documents, such as copes of medical records. You can apply by calling the toll-free customer service line monitored by the Social Security Administration (SSA) at 800-772-1213.

Applying in-person at the closest  UtahSocial Security office is also an option. Just remember to check to determine whether the SSA has reopened the Utah office during COVID-19. You can also contact your local Social Security office in Utah with any questions regarding the application process. 

Qualifying for SSI and SSDI requires you to demonstrate that you suffer from a disability. You also have to have earned enough work credits to qualify for the SSDI program.

The SSA has established a waiting period of five months for compensation, which means that you will not receive financial assistance for the first five months after receiving approval for a claim.

If your income and assets qualify you for SSI and you have worked long enough to get SSDI, you might be able to receive both types of compensation at the same time.

The SSA includes the amount of your SSDI payments when determining eligibility for SSI assistance. For many cases, the SSDI payment is too high for a claimant to qualify for SSI assistance.

After you submit your disability claim, it moves on to a disability examiner who works at a Utah Social Security disability office. Complete an evaluation form if you need help going through the disability claim process.