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In the state of Vermont, there are 3 Social Security Field offices, 1 Office of Disability Determination Services and 1 Office of Disability Adjudication and review to serve and assist the residents with their Social Security needs. As of December , Vermont residents received over $ million yearly in Social Security Disability payments. The SSA and the VA. Both the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) – which is the branch of the VA that deals with disability benefits – are systems designed to reward people for good efforts.. The Social Security system typically rewards people who have worked and paid into the system hoping to retire. For people who whose . Disability Determination Services (DDS) DDS provides accurate medical eligibility decisions for people who have applied for Social Security disability benefits and/or disability-based Medicaid. DDS - Homepage - Contact Us. Social Security Disability Qualifications. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers financial assistance to Americans suffering from disabilities that inhibit their ability to work. The application process to receive disability requires specific criteria be met and proper medical documentation provided to be awarded benefits.