If you are correct that the non-custodial parent is receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and not Social Security disability (SSDI) (often confused with SSI) then there are no additional SSI benefits for the child.
Whether child support can be ordered will be a matter of your state's Child Support Guidelines and your state court case.
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