Quality trust services delivered with a personal touch

The UCS Mission

UCS Disability Pooled Trust was established to provide responsive and sensitive trust services, within a structure that preserves an individual's eligibility for Medicaid and other benefits.

United Community Services strives to enhance the quality of life and meet the needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities in our community.

Our mission is to provide personalized professional services that facilitate an independent and productive life experience for all individuals we serve.

Why choose UCS Trust Services

You can count on UCS for professional services delivered with a personal touch. Our clients are treated like family and each individual case is handled with the dedication and care we are renowned for.

At UCS, we take pride in providing:

Ease of Application Process

UCS will guide you through the process to ensure a smooth and expedient experience.

Economical & Beneficial


UCS provides economical enrollment and monthly fees as we strive to help you maximize the gains of the trust.

On Time Payment

UCS provides efficient and expedient processing of disbursement requests to ensure timely payments.

Complete Online Ability

UCS is the only trust providing full online ability to make surplus deposits & disbursement requests.

Simple Account Management

UCS provides a variety of cutting edge tools, online and offline for simple trust management.

Auto Deposit and Disbursement

UCS provides hassle free account management with auto set up for processing of Deposits and Disbursements.

Privacy and Security

UCS provides the utmost security and privacy protection, by encrypting all data and utilizing a secure message center.

Customer Service

UCS’s friendly and knowledgeable staff are available and ready to answer any questions and concerns you may have.

No Limit on Monthly Disbursements

No Minimum Monthly Account Balance

No Hidden Fees

UCS Disability Pooled Trust is a Supplemental Needs Trust established by United Community Services of Boro Park, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation, pursuant to federal and state law. The purpose of this Trust is to enable individuals with a disability to protect their financial resources while maintaining eligibility for Medicaid or other government benefits. The Trust is open to all Individuals who reside in New York State who are disabled as defined in Social Security Law §1614 (a)(3) [42 U.S.C. §1382c (a) (3) ]. The Trust is open to all Individuals with a Disability regardless of religion, race, color, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

The Trust is established pursuant to, and is intended to comply with the provisions of 42 USC 1396 (p) (d) (4) (commonly known as OBRA '93), New York Social Services Law Section 366 (2) (b) (2) (iii) (B), the New York State Department of Health and rules and regulations promulgated there under and shall be construed accordingly. The Trustee shall provide to the New York State Department of Social Services and/or the appropriate social services district of the State of New York such notices as are required by statute and regulation.

The express purpose of this Trust is to provide for the collective management and distribution of the Trust Estate in behalf of eligible beneficiaries who are disabled as defined in Social Security Law §1614 (a)(3) [42 U.S.C. §1382c (a) (3)] for whom trust accounts are established and upon the death of the beneficiary, the funds that are received by the Trust shall be retained by the UCS DISABILITY Pooled Trust and administered by the Trustee to further the express purpose of the Trust as more fully stated below. This Trust is intended to provide, in the sole and absolute discretion of the Trustee, extra and supplemental services and benefits for the care, support, comfort, education and training of the Beneficiaries in addition to and over and above benefits they already receive, are entitled to receive or may receive or be entitled to receive in the future as a result of their present or future mental retardation or physical, psychological or developmental disabilities from any federal, state or local government program, agency or department.

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