San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
Heard & Smith, a national disability law firm that concentrates on the disabled and the injured, proudly announced today that it has entered into a corporate sponsorship relationship with NAMI San Antonio, a renowned grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals, families and friends affected by mental illness.
As part of the corporate sponsorship, Heard & Smith will create a series of mental health and wellness-focused articles for NAMI San Antonio’s monthly e-newsletter, which is available on the organization’s website at http://nami-sat.org/. In addition, Joshua C. Eyestone, an experienced SSD attorney in Heard & Smith’s Social Security Disability Practice Group, has been invited to speak at NAMI San Antonio’s General Meeting later this year.
“Given that January is Mental Wellness Month, there’s no better time than right now for us to share the news of this wonderful partnership between our firm and NAMI San Antonio,” commented Joshua C. Eyestone. “Many people who have a disabling condition, or who live on Social Security Benefits, can feel sad, lonely, anxious and depressed because they’re unable to work and contribute to society in a manner that they once did. Our articles are designed to help these people understand that they certainly aren’t alone, and that support is available to help them live life to the fullest!”
Heard & Smith’s inaugural article for NAMI San Antonio’s e-newsletter is entitled “Instant Pick-Me-Ups,” and includes 20 simple, sure-fire ways to help individuals boost their mood. The article will be featured in the March/April edition.
For more information, contact Joshua C. Eyestone at jeyestone(at)heardandsmith(dot)com or 210-820-3737.
About Heard & Smith L.L.P.
Heard & Smith helps thousands of clients each year get the disability benefits they are entitled to. The national disability law practice group at Heard & Smith represents deserving clients in all 50 states. Heard & Smith specializes in representing the disabled in Social Security Disability (SSD), and Veterans (VA) Disability matters. Individuals who wish to learn more about SSD benefits can visit the Social Security Disability section of Heard & Smith’s website at http://www.heardandsmith.com/ssdi_ssi.html, which contains helpful articles, a glossary of SSD terms, SSD FAQs, links to additional SSD resources and more. Access to the section is free, and no sign-up is required.
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