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At The Fischer Law Firm, I find that my clients’ biggest source of discomfort is often not the actual injury, but rather a confusion regarding exactly what they can do about it. They wonder how they are supposed to proceed. I've compiled a list of resources for you to read through regarding Social Security, healthcare, insurance policies, local clinics for treatment, and more.
When you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an accident, life as you know it can be turned completely upside down. Amid all the confusion and stress, one of the most crucial elements you will need moving forward is a strong advocate on your side. One who understands the future you face and knows how to navigate it with expertise and compassion - that is where I come in. I am with you every step of the way.
If you are in need of a social security attorney or are searching for a dedicated disability law firm that serves clients from across the Lubbock, Abilene, San Angelo, Midland, or Odessa, Texas, area, know that you can turn to us. Contact my office today because I am here to help navigate you through this uncertain time.
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION | (866) 404-1866 | 2015 E. 37TH STREET, ODESSA, TX 79762
You can apply for benefits, obtain general information, request a replacement Social Security card, and create a login to view your personal information and manage your account. The Odessa, Texas Social Security Office (serving Odessa and Midland) is located at 2015 E. 37th Street, Odessa, TX 79762. The phone number is (866) 404-1866.
ECTOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM | (432) 640-4000 | 500 W. 4TH STREET, ODESSA, TEXAS
If you are a resident of Ector County (Odessa) and you cannot afford medical treatment, you can apply for low-cost medical treatment at the Medical Center Hospital business office, located at 500 W. 4th Street, Odessa, Texas.
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES, INC.
MCHS is a non-profit organization providing affordable health care services to residents of Midland County. MCHS provides health care services such as primary care, dental services, pediatric health care, and women’s health care services.
PERMIAN BASIN COMMUNITY CENTERS FOR MHMR
Permian Basin Community Centers is a public agency that provides services to individuals suffering from mental illness, intellectual disability, and chemical dependency. PBCC provides high-quality services to individuals in Midland, Odessa, Alpine, Fort Stockton, Van Horn, and Presidio.
West Texas Centers for MHMR provides services to individuals suffering from mental illness and intellectual or developmental disabilities. They provide these services to persons in Big Spring, Andrews, Lamesa, Seminole, Pecos, Monahans, McCamey, and Kermit, and other locations in West Texas.
WEST TEXAS VA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
The West Texas VA Health Care system offers a wide variety of services to Veterans throughout west Texas, including a Medical Center located in Big Spring and Community-Based Outpatient Clinics in Midland/Odessa, San Angelo, Abilene, and Hobbs, New Mexico.
VA PERMIAN BASIN COMMUNITY-BASED OUTPATIENT CLINIC
The VA outpatient clinic, located in Odessa, provides primary care services to eligible Veterans residing in Odessa and Midland, as well as individuals living in Loving, Winkler, Ward, Crane, and Upton counties.
VA ABILENE COMMUNITY-BASED OUTPATIENT CLINIC
The VA outpatient clinic in Abilene offers primary care and mental health services to eligible Veterans living in and around Abilene.
VA SAN ANGELO COMMUNITY-BASED OUTPATIENT CLINIC
The VA outpatient clinic in San Angelo offers primary care and mental health services to eligible Veterans residing in San Angelo and in numerous surrounding counties.
VA HOBBS COMMUNITY-BASED OUTPATIENT CLINIC
The VA outpatient clinic in Hobbs, New Mexico offers primary care services to eligible Veterans residing in Hobbs, as well as those living in Lea, Gaines, and Andrews counties.
DAV is a support organization for America’s Veterans with a single mission: “Empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.”