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FAQ - Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation

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You may qualify for DI benefits up to 45 days if you are a resident of an approved alcoholic residential rehabilitation facility. An additional 45 days may be paid if you remain a resident of the facility and your physician/practitioner continues to certify to your disability.

You may qualify for DI benefits up to 45 days if you are a resident of an approved drug-free residential rehabilitation facility. An additional 45 days may be paid if you remain a resident of the facility and your physician/practitioner continues to certify to your disability.

No. The State Disability Insurance program does not pay DI benefits for confinement to jail, prison, or a residential rehabilitation facility resulting from the conviction of a crime.