The Alabama House of Representatives has passed a bill to help law enforcement and officers who need treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.

The bill would require counties and municipalities to reimburse police for insurance copayments for treatment of PTSD. The bill would also provide disability payments to officers who are unable to work because of PTSD, reports.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Matt Simpson, R-Daphne, passed by a vote of 98-0.