Guest Blog by the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work Team
Are you a Social Security disability beneficiary (SSI/SSDI), age 18 through 64, who wants to work? The Ticket to Work program may be right for you! It provides choices in support services that help you prepare for, find and maintain work. The goal of the program is for you to work towards and achieve a better self-supporting future!
If you are interested in the Ticket to Work program, you should get to know our Find Help tool. With this tool, you can connect with organizations that can help you achieve your work goals.
With the Find Help tool you can:
- Find service providers that serve your state or ZIP code. These include Employment Networks (ENs) and Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies (VRs)
- Refine search by disabilities served, services provided or languages spoken
- Print condensed or detailed results lists or export to a file
- View EN Report Cards
EN Report Cards can help you find an EN that best meets your needs. They are updated yearly.
EN Report Cards include:
- Program services offered
- Years of experience
- Size of staff
- Performance in assisting clients to find and keep employment
- Client satisfaction data (if available)
In the past six months, more than 180,000 people have accessed the easy to use Find Help tool. Discover what it can do for you! Check out the Find Help tool today.
To learn more about how Ticket to Work and Work Incentives can work for you or someone you know, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/work, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Ticket to Work Help Line at 1-866-968-7842 (V) or 1-866-833-2967 (TTY/TDD).