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Throughout the crisis, we’ve seen medical and psychological services, affordable housing, and support for people with disabilities be more tightly regulated, but less well-funded and resourced, at the state and local levels. It’s been an unfortunate truth that the lives of the most marginalized in society, the people who need all the most help, have been the least protected. People with disabilities, in particular, have been hit the hardest, and when it comes to physical distancing, their lives are even more at risk. The coronavirus pandemic has brought the U.S.’s social safety net to a halt, leaving Americans without the resources they need to cope. But some people with disabilities are still eligible for federal disability benefits, like SSI, and these may provide financial support during the pandemic. To help you better understand how you can access these benefits, we’ve compiled a list of resources, organized by state. Note: These resources do not include personal protective equipment or medical supplies, nor do they include specific programs or services in your state. Instead, they’re resources that will help you access what’s available to you — services, tools, and resources that can assist you in coping with and surviving the pandemic, both financially and otherwise. Who Are We? We’re a group of people who have had chronic illnesses or disabilities, and who love the Internet. Who We Are & What We Do It was surprising to us how little we knew about the legal aspects of how we could access and qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance, considering how often we’re asked questions about it. So we’ve been spending a lot of time writing about it, answering questions, and learning how we can all better cope with our diagnoses and disabilities. A Few Facts About SSDI If you have been diagnosed with a medical condition that impacts your ability to do daily tasks, access medical care, or work, and have met certain financial requirements, you may be eligible to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Sufferers of any of the qualifying conditions on the SSDI Social Security Administration’s website are eligible for this benefits program, which you can learn more about here. SSDI is open to both U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, as well as noncitizens legally residing in the United States for at least 5 years.