Appeals to SSB

Authored By
Education for Justice

State Services for the Blind (SSB) has an appeal process if you are unhappy with a decision they made about your case. If you are an applicant or already a client, you have a right to:

  1. Ask for an informal review by a different SSB supervisor

  2. ask for mediation. This means a neutral third person works with you and SSB to come to an agreement.

  3. present evidence, information and witnesses to an impartial hearing officer. The hearing officer then makes a decision in your case.