IMS: CM Screen

Check the CM screen to obtain information regarding Case Members and Social Security Number(s).

To view this screen:

  1. Login to IMS
  2. Clear the screen
  3. Type CM (space) and the case number
  4. Press ‘Enter’

Case Status

  • O = Open

CO – County Identifier

OFF – Office Identifier

The data displayed on the CM screen is as follows:

  • Person Numbers on CI, PS2, and Services Files,
  • Persons Name,
  • Birthdate,
  • Sex,
  • Race,
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Benefits / Benefit Status


  • A – State Supplemental Payment to Aged (SSP)
  • B – State Supplemental Payment to Blind (SSP)
  • C – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • D – State Supplemental Payment to Aged (SSP)
  • K – Social Services ‘Child Care’
  • L – Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB)
  • LB – Qualified Individuals – Group 1 (QI-1)
  • M – Medical
  • N – Energy Assistance
  • Q – Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plus
  • S – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Benefit Status:

  • /A – Added
  • /R – Removed
  • /O – Income Resources Considered – Individual Not Included
  • /N – Income Resources Not Considered – Individual Not Included
  • Payee Relationship
    C – Child only – no adults in case – benefit type K, M, or Z only.
    G – Applicant or recipient who has a guardian, conservator or substitute payee.
    P – Applicant, recipient payee or head of household.
    R – Former Payee or Former Spouse.
    S – Spouse of applicant or recipient, or spouse of head of household.
    1 – Son of daughter
    2 – Grandchild or great – grandchild.
    3 – Niece or nephew
    4 – Brother, sister, half-brother or half sister
    5 – Step-child
    6 – Step-brother or step-sister
    7 – Other adult residing in household – benefit type S, C, and E only.
    8 – Other child residing in household – benefit type S only
    9 – Cousin

**The CM screen displays all current and past household members**

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