New Jersians suffering from a mental condition is serious. It is not something a person can simply, get over. For individuals to overcome the ups and downs of a mental condition, he or she may receive treatment and be on medication. While these steps might make it easier to get through the day, week, month and year, it can still be challenging to maintain a job. Thus, people living with mental conditions may seek out Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits to help ensure that their financial needs are met.

Whether it is an anxiety or panic disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, early-onset dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, intellectual and developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, obsessive compulsive disorders, PTSD, schizophrenia or a childhood disability, living with a mental condition is difficult and they present many challenges. This could mean obtaining continuous treatment, being unable to leave the house or even be hired for a job.

The day-to-day tasks can seem daunting with a mental disorder. In some cases, it can be nearly impossible to afford to live. Thus, causing individuals to seek out assistance. SSD benefits can be extremely helpful, making it very valuable for applicant to understand the process and what information they are required to provide.

At the Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, we know the ins and outs of the SSD application and appeals process. With more than 30 years of experience, our law firm has helped countless clients complete their applications with all necessary information and documentation, helping them fill in any blanks they might have if a denial occurs.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s SSD benefits for mental conditions website. Even if one is unsure if they qualify for these benefits, it is important to gather all necessary information.