NEVADA’S FREE AND LOW COST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
NEVADA’S FREE AND LOW COST MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
If you have a mental illness, this list will help you contact Nevada’s free and low-cost mental health services. Below, you will find a list of services that can help you with your mental health. In order to win benefits, you must have medical evidence. Most importantly, the medical evidence should be about how your mental illness prevents you from working.
The evidence that you need will be the medical opinion of your counselor, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other medical provider. You will need to obtain your providers progress notes. Progress notes are the notes that your doctor or counselor writes when you visit them. That evidence will be what the SSA reviews to see if you have a qualifying disability.
The local Nevada SSA office will review your application for completeness and then forward it on to the Las Vegas Disability Determination Services (DDS) office, where a Claims Examiner will review your medical evidence. In order to receive benefits, you must show receive ongoing mental health treatment. Paying for mental healthcare when you don’t have a job is a major challenge. Here are a few Las Vegas disability resources for low cost and free healthcare services.
Las Vegas Outreach Clinic
47 W Owens Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89030
Eastern Family Medical and Dental Center
2212 S Eastern Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Downtown Outreach Clinic
403 W Wilson Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89106
North Las Vegas Family Health Center
2320 McDaniel St., Ste 100
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Martin Luther King Health Center
1799 Mount Mariah Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Cambridge Family Health Center
3900 Cambridge St., Ste 102
Las Vegas, NV 89119
NEVADA’S ADDITIONAL FREE AND LOW-COST SOURCES
If you have a disabling mental or psychological condition, you will need to substantiate your claim for the Nevada SSA office with supporting mental health evidence. For example, you may obtain disability benefits in Nevada for Depression and BipolarDisorder. Similarly, you can obtain benefits if you have treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Many individuals suffer from Schizophrenia and this is also a qualifying disability.
There are other mental illnesses that you may have with qualify you for disability benefits if you cannot work. For example, you could have Borderline Personality Disorder. Additionally, you have carry the diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury, or any number of other mental conditions. Moreover, there are people who have a combination of a number of these mental illnesses. You may be one of those people.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH MEDICAL EVIDENCE IN NEVADA
Additionally, many individuals have psychiatric conditions that affect their overall physical health. In that case, a claim for SSD will need to show you receive treatment for physical issues too. As a result, you will also need to obtain medical information about your primary doctor. Perhaps you are attending treatment at a pain clinic. Pain clinics are good sources health information. Here are some of the Las Vegas disability resources for free and low-cost mental health programs.
Clear View Counseling
4140 W Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services
6161 W Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Nevada office
Main Address – 5463 South Durango Drive, Suite D
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Call (800) 344-4867, option 2
Nevada Association of the Deaf
P.O. Box 61121
Reno, NV 89506
Nevada Department of Education
Location is 700 East Fifth Street
Carson City, NV 89701
Department of Employment, Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
1370 South Curry Street
Carson City, NV 89703
For information, call (775) 684-4070
NEVADA DISABILITY ATTORNEYS – CONTACT CANNON DISABILITY LAW
Cannon Disability Law has been representing disability claimants in Nevada for over 13 years. We have won hundreds of disability cases. We believe Nevada has one of the best free and low cost medical support systems. If you need a doctor and don’t have money, there are resources for you. For additional resources, contact the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. You can also contact the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services at (775)684-5943 or visit their website.
Finally, if you need help with your disability claim, hire our team. Hire us because our team will help you file your application. Also, we will appeal any denials from the SSA. Our representatives will meet with you before your hearing with the disability judge. Our Nevada disability attorney will prepare you for your hearing. You will know how to answer the Judge’s questions.
In conclusion, you have nothing to lose by contacting us today. We offer a free consultation. Also, there is no fee upfront if we accept your case. We can often tell you over the phone if we can help you with your disability case. Hire the best Nevada disability attorneys. Contact Cannon Disability Law today.