Social Security Disability or SSI for Drug Abuse and Addiction: Part 3

Does your medical and social security disability or supplemental security income documents look like this stack of documents? And you still have not got approved for your SSD/SSI Benefits. Just order the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income without an Attorney” to get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision.

Does your medical and social security disability or supplemental security income documents look like this stack of documents? And you still have not got approved for your SSD/SSI Benefits. Just order the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income without an Attorney” to get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision.

If Drug abuse and Addiction is deemed irrelevant to your disability, then it will be possible that SSA will grant you disability benefits. If the Social Security Administration decides if your addiction is due to materially affects your disability, then you will not be granted disability benefits.

For instance, if you are addicted to alcohol and file for your disability benefits as a result in having emphysema, then the Social Security Administration may find your alcohol addiction relevant to the condition of emphysema. Is that not the case, your alcohol addiction will not get your disability benefits approved. However, your disability application must meet the listing requirements for emphysema under the Social Security Administration guidelines for disability. Now if you addicted to cigarettes, then the Social Security Administration will consider smoking material to the fact you have emphysema, then your disability benefits will not probably be granted regardless if you meet all the criteria for an emphysema disability.

If you have a history of drug or alcohol addiction are not currently an active addict, It may be wise to purchase a self-help book or seek a good Social Security Disability Attorney in order to help you review your medical records, prior to filing for your disability benefits, if your disability claim is for psychiatric nature.

Drug Addition Disability Benefits Case

The Social Security Administration will not approve your disability benefits for drug addiction. Also, the SSA will find that your drug addiction is not evidence for your drug use which will cause your disability claim to be denied. Now if your drug addiction is deemed irrelevant to the condition for you are applying for disability benefits, then it will not stop you from getting disability benefits? If you have been an addict, but now is in recovery, and it is highly suggest you work with a medical professions and a qualified advocate, self-help book, or Social Security Disability Attorney to gather present documentation to prove your claim before a Disability Determination Services (DDS) or Administrative Law Judge.

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Social Security Disability or SSI for Drug Abuse and Addiction: Part 2

In order to have a Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) claim you have to work. For age 24 you need at least 6 work credits qualify for SSDI, 12 work credits if you are between ages 24 to 31, and 31 years and older you will need to earn 20 work credits in the past 10 years before you became disable to be eligible for SSDI. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for low-income disable people who never work in their life or do not have enough work credits, for the blind, and for disable people age 65 and up.

In order to have a Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) claim you have to work. For age 24 you need at least 6 work credits qualify for SSDI, 12 work credits if you are between ages 24 to 31, and 31 years and older you will need to earn 20 work credits in the past 10 years before you became disable to be eligible for SSDI. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for low-income disable people who never work in their life or do not have enough work credits, for the blind, and for disable people age 65 and up.

Here are some behaviors or symptoms of drug addicts include:

  • You react emotionally or emotionally if anyone ask questions about your use of the drug.
  • You need to use the drug regularly (daily, usually every few days, or even more frequently).
  • You spend more time and energy getting and using the drug.
  • You need more and more of the drug to produce the same effect.
  • You give up other activities because of your drug use.
  • You cannot stop using the drug because of a physical reaction.
  • You keep using the drug even though you do not want to.
  • It becomes a high priority to you to make sure you have a supply of the drug.
  • You do other things or drive when you are under the influence of the drug, even when you know that it is unsafe.
  • Your drug addiction is at a high priority, when you will make sure you have a supply of the drug.
  • A belief that you need the drug to deal with problems.
  • You spend money to obtain the drug, whether or not you can afford it.
  • You begin to do things you will not normally do in order to get the drug (steal, lie, etc.).

Drug Addiction treatments may include withdrawal therapy or psychological therapies (self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), counseling, and treatment programs. However, on a Medical Assistant form have a part where it ask what kind drugs you are currently taken and does it lessen your withdrawal symptoms may be needed. Drug Addiction is a chronic and danger of relapse is a high risk without seeking medical and psychological support.

Social Security Disability or SSI filing a Claim for Drug Addiction Diagnosis

It is not possible for you to receive Social Security Disability or Supplemental Income Benefits based only having a Drug Abuse and Addiction. Unfortunately, Social Security Administration (SSA) will not approve your disability benefits for people with a disability that was caused or worsened by your drug addiction.

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Social Security Disability or SSI for Drug Abuse and Addiction: Part 1

Please do not get lost in this maze trying to find a way to get your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income Benefits approved. Just order the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability Case without an Attorney” to find your way out of the maze to get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision.

Please do not get lost in this maze trying to find a way to get your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income Benefits approved. Just order the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability Case without an Attorney” to find your way out of the maze to get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision.

Conditions and Symptoms for Drug Addiction

Majority of Drug Addition begin when you start using drugs casually or socially which some people become addicts when taking drug originally prescribed by a physician. There is a common misunderstanding that Drug Addition is only due to the use of illegal substances, that’s not always the case. Being an alcoholic is the most abused drug, and it’s legal. Other examples are Nicotine (cigarettes) and prescription drugs. Also, caffeine is a drug too. If you have coffee in the morning to prevent a headache. Then you will have a caffeine addiction. Clearly some drugs causes a stronger addiction than some. Furthermore, some people addiction may develop over a long period of time, and others drug addiction may develop quickly.

Now if you notice your drug use become more frequently, then you will need a larger does to reach the same feeling (calming the nerves, high, pain relief, etc.) or to feel relaxed and your drugs will become increase if you are addicted. You will notice if you try to stop using drugs, it will make you feel physically sick.

In most common addictions of opiates (codeine, morphine, or heroin), amphetamine (“meth”), alcohol, methadone, nicotine, marijuana, Vicodin, steroids and other prescription drugs.

Diagnosing a Drug Addiction starts when the addict, friends or a family member get concerned about your addiction symptoms. When you ask your doctor about the possibility of having a Drug Addiction, the doctor will use a drug questionnaire to see if you match the symptoms of Drug Addiction.   Also, being diagnosis with a Drug Addiction is determined by a mental health professional. A blood tests can determined amount of drugs is in your system, it will not reveal you have an addiction. A pattern of drug use can cause stress or significant problems includes three or more symptoms taken place at any time over a 12-month period will be considered for your drug addiction.

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