Denver Social Security Disability Resources

To qualify for Social Security Disability in Denver you need to prove that you meet the Social Security’s definition of disability. Based on your employment history and disability levels, you could qualify for either the Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income. SSDI pays benefits if you and certain members of your immediate family have worked for long enough and paid FICA taxes, while SSI pays benefits that are computed based on financial need. You can apply either in person, or by calling the SSA at 1-800-772-1213, or by working with an attorney or advocate that may be able to assist you.

Alternatively you could visit the Social Security office in Denver at this address:

Denver Social Security Disability
1500 Champa St
2nd Floor, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80202
(800) 772-1213

Denver Health Resources

Many of the people who are in need of and qualify for disability benefits find it hard to afford essential and necessary medical care. Additionally, they might find the medical assessments are an integral part of the SSA's disability determination. A fundamental part of the application is the Doctor’s Certificate of the disability insurance form, in which your disability is outlined by a medical professional. The following medical practitioners are allowed to fill the form for patients under their care for disabling conditions within the scope of their professional practice:

  • Nurse midwife or licensed midwife (For normal pregnancy and childbirth only.)
  • Nurse Practitioner (For all conditions within scope of practice. In order to certify disabilities other than normal pregnancy and childbirth, the nurse practitioner must perform a physical examination and collaborate with a physician and/or surgeon.)
  • Physician and Surgeon
  • Dentist
  • Chiropractor
  • Podiatrist
  • Optometrist
  • Psychologist

    Other individuals in Denver who are legally allowed to certify to a disability include:

    • Registrar of a county hospital in Colorado
    • Accredited religious practitioner
    • State or local health officer Medical officer of a United States government medical facility

    Stout Street Dental Clinic/ Family Support Service
    2111 Champa St.
    Denver, CO 80205

    Stout Street Bridges
    2100 Broadway
    Denver, CO, 80205
    (303)-293-2220

    Scro’s At Formu Apartments
    250W, 14th AVE
    Denver, CO 80204
    (303) 573-0751

    St. Francis Center Stout Street Clinic
    2323 Curtis St.
    Denver 80205
    (303) 297-4093

    Samaritan House Stout Street Clinic
    2301 Lawrence St
    Denver, CO 80205
    (303) 996-6049

    Ruth Goebel House
    1100 S. Pearl St.
    Denver, CO 80211
    (303) 778-8081

    Off-Broadway Lofts Permanent Supportive Housing
    2135 Stout St
    Denver, CO 80205

    Lowry Supportive Housing
    550 Alton Way 7309 E.
    Denver CO 80230
    (303) 340-8588

    Turning Point
    1331 Columbine St
    Denver, CO 80206
    (303) 814-4300

    Urban Peak
    1630 S. Acoma St.
    Denver, CO 80223
    (303) 974-2900

    Denver Mental Health Resources

    Mental health is an important component of any person’s health and disability benefits are available for people with psychiatric conditions that make them unable to work. You will be required to prove disability on psychiatric grounds. To access mental health facility in Denver on limited budget visit:

    Mental Health Center of Denver
    1634 Downing Street
    Denver, CO 80223
    (303) 504-1800

    Denver Supplementary Disability Benefits

    In 2020, the Supplemental Security Income amount maximum is $783 for an individual. Those who will be awarded benefits as a couple will get $1,175.

    Your Denver Social Security Disability Claim

    In the current recessed economy, even marginally diminished productivity levels that almost certainly accompany disability make it difficult to retain a position. However, Social Security Disability benefits exist in order to aid out in those moments when bills and essentials seem impossible to afford. Denver Social Security attorneys work with people like you to help them in speeding up and appealing the disability benefits.

    Denver Social Security lawyers do not require upfront payment, but rather are paid on successful processing of your disability claims. From your payments, a maximum of $6,000 could be deducted to pay for legal costs of processing a claim. In return, your claim is professionally handled to ensure rapid and most favorable outcome for your case. If you are interested in obtaining an evaluation of your Social Security Disability case, click the "Free Disability Evaluation" link at the top of the page for your free case evaluation or to get more information about hiring a Denver disability attorney.