Social Security's Ticket to Work Program

Other Resources

Along with the Ticket to Work Program, other programs and organizations help persons with disabilities with their employment.

Benefits 2 Work Arizona

Benefits 2 Work Arizona has Work Incentive Consultants who can help you make informed choices about work. Benefits 2 Work Arizona is run by the Ability360. Explore their website to see all they have to offer. They can give you the list of Employment Networks (ENs) serving Arizona. They also offer information on how health coverage, such as Medicare and AHCCCS, will be affected by employment.

Work Incentives Seminar Events (WISE)

Check out Work Incentives Seminar Events (WISE) that can supply you with information about Employment Networks and advise you on how to assign your Ticket. These seminars will give you the opportunity to learn more about other SSA work incentives and meet with representatives from your local Rehabilitation Services Administration and Employment Networks. To learn more about a WISE event near you, go to the WISE Registration page on the Ticket to Work website. Some of the events are done via webcast, so you will not miss the opportunity if you live too far away to come in person.

Rehabilitation Services Administration

The Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) offers programs and services that are available statewide. A variety of specialized services may be offered to persons who have physical, mental, or emotional impairments which create barriers to employment. A vocational rehabilitation counselor will assist you in figuring out an appropriate employment goal and getting the services and supports necessary to reach that employment goal.

One-Stop Centers

One-Stop Centers offer many free tools, resources, and services that can help you find employment or training and get help with other work-related needs.

There are more than 60 One-Stop Centers statewide. Each has a knowledgeable staff that can guide you and give you important tools to make your job search a success. They also have assistive technology to help you use their services and resources.

To find the One-Stop Centers closest to you, check this map or download the complete list of Arizona One-Stop Centers (PDF).

Other Resources

DB101 offers several other articles about finding work that can get you started. You may also want to read:

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