Ticket To Work


What is the Ticket to Work Program?

The Ticket to Work program and Self Sufficiency (Ticket) program was created in 1999 to provide Social Security disability beneficiaries, ages 18 through 64, with job placement to become employed, increase their earnings, and become financially independent.

Eligible Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries assign their Tickets to a SSA authorized support service, including non-profit agencies and private Employment Networks (EN) to obtain job placement services.

This program is completely free and voluntary!

By participating, if you are making good progress toward the employment goal, Social Security will not do a Continuing Medical review of your disability.

The program provides a gradual transition back to full-time work without risking your cash or Medicare/Medicaid health care benefits. 

You can also visit our How It Works Page. 

To learn more, visit the Social Security Ticket To Work program here.

This free and voluntary program offered by Social Security can help people ages 18 to 64 who receive Social Security disability benefits, and who want to return to to work or work for the first time.

Apply for the Ticket to Work Program

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