Is There a “Way Out” of Psychiatric Disability?

The largest and fastest-growing subset of Social Security Disability (SSDI) beneficiaries is patients with psychiatric diagnoses, even as the federal SSDI Trust Fund diminishes. In 2005, the Social Security Administration authorized the Mental Health Treatment Study (MHTS) to test the hypothesis that a comprehensive, team-based, supported employment program would increase the likelihood that beneficiaries would find work.

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