You can find hope when you’re coping with mental health disorders that limit your ability to function—hope in the form of Social Security Disability benefits.
Benefits provide monthly income. So if you can’t work because your condition keeps you from focusing on the tasks at hand, you can still get your life on more stable financial ground.
You can still get space to focus on your health needs.
But the disability applying process isn’t easy.
Mental health problems like anxiety, bipolar disorder and depression are “invisible illnesses.” It’s difficult to explain what you’re going through to other people, including to Social Security.
They give you a lot of forms to fill out and steps to complete.
But you don’t have to worry: Mathis & Mathis Disability Advocates can handle it. We’ve helped thousands of people for 30 years.
And we listen and understand.
If you live with mental health disorders in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Alexandria and Northern Virginia, or anywhere in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware or Pennsylvania—and all around America, get in touch with us.
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