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Enter your information above to see if your loved one with a mental illness could pre-qualify for SSI or SSDI.



Below is some, but not limited to, guidelines for SSI & SSDI.


Supplemental Security Income - SSI

SSI is a need-based program that is available to applicants, both children and adults, who meet strict limitations on income and asset holdings. You are automatically approved for Medicaid benefits if you qualify for SSI.


To qualify as a child, you must have an impairment that has lasted or is expected to last for at least 12 months.


To qualify as an adult, you must have an impairment that prevents you from working on a regular and sustained basis.


An individual cannot have more than $2,000 in assets, and a married indivual cannot have more than $3,000 in assets not including your primary home, car, wedding rings, etc.

Social Security Disability Insurance - SSDI

SSDI is available to disabled adult workers who have worked and paid Social Security taxes in the past. The average monthly SSDI payment is $1,153.


Must have a mental health impairment that prevents you from working for at least 12 months.


Must have previously worked and paid into the Social Security program for at least five of the last 10 years.


Monthly payments are based on your lifetime earnings over a certain period of years known as your AIME - average indexed monthly earnings.


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How does Mindset help with the SSDI or SSI application process?

Mindset acts as your representative for your Social Security benefits application. We answer any questions you have, guide you on the proper way to fill out the SSI or SSDI application, and help you collect supporting documentation for your application from school, work, your doctors as well as close friends and family for verification letters.

How much does this cost?

Mindset is 100% free of charge for you! We get paid at the end only if your application is accepted. Payment is sent to us directly from the Social Security office.

If my loved one applied for and was denied SSDI or SSI in the past can they still apply?

Yes. Mindset will represent you and file an appeal for your application on your behalf. Over 80% of initial applications are denied so don't feel discouraged and get in touch with us today so we can assist you!

How long does it take to get approved for SSI or SSDI?

Decisions can take anywhere from 9 months to 24 months to be decided. It's a long process but Mindset is here to assist you from beginning to end.