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For Job Seekers  

If you currently receive SSI or SSDI disability benefits and want to Work At Home (or) at an On-Site location near you,  we may be able to help!

We offer free job placement for qualified SSDI/SSI candidates.

We represent our clients  in 47 states and offer a complete employment placement package to find a job that best suits your circumstance and skills!

Important Note:  Filling out one of our applications below does -not- automatically assign your ‘Ticket To Work’ to our company nor does it automatically assign you a job counselor here. Once you submit an application, our screening staff first will call you and review your application and work goals to see if we are a good fit for you in the Ticket to Work program.  Thank you! 


CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE APPLICATION BELOW 

Option 1:  Work At Home Application
NOTE:  Our staff will look for specific minimum requirements when you apply for Work at Home: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THESE REQUIREMENTS

Option 2:  Community (Onsite) Application

Option 3:  Benefit Questions? Have Questions About How Working May Affect Your SSDI, SSI, or Health benefits?  Submit Our Benefits Form below and a Benefits Staff Person Will Call You!              Benefits Questions Form

Option 4:  Click here if you were you referred by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Option 5:  Click here if you do not qualify for our program and need resources. 

OTHER RESOURCES 

**We are only able to assist disabled job hunters through the Social Security Ticket to Work program.

*SSDI is available to those who have worked and earned a sufficient number of work credits. It is funded through payroll taxes.

*SSI is ‘needs based’ and mainly for low- income citizens who have never worked (or) do not have enough work credits for SSDI.

States We Serve

  • We assist those beneficiaries with a Ticket to Work in 47 states!
  • We do not accept applicants from Alaska, California, and Hawaii outside continental U.S.
  • We cannot serve Washington D.C. for Work-at-Home jobs.
  • Ticket to Work itself has agencies in all 50 states.