If you endured a trauma—an accident, natural disaster, violent crime, life-threatening health scare, service in combat or more—it’s common and completely normal for you to experience post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
The mental health nonprofit the Sidran Institute said more than 13 million Americans are affected by PTSD at any given time.
The effects of PTSD, like flashbacks or panic attacks, can be severe enough to stop you from working.
But there’s a way to get financial relief while you work through your PTSD: Social Security Disability benefits .
SSD provides monthly income to help with your basic expenses.
The only issue is that it’s tough to get approved. Most applicants get denied.
Mathis & Mathis Disability Advocates can get you through this. We’ll listen, understand and take on the details of your claim. We’ve helped thousands of people.
If you live with mental health disorders in Washington, DC, Baltimore, Alexandria and Northern Virginia, or anywhere in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware or Pennsylvania—or any state—get in touch with us.
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