Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration

Arizona’s Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) can be reached via its official website.

The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) is an Arizona state agency that helps persons with disabilities reach greater independence and gainful employment. They offer many services to people who want to participate in the Ticket to Work program. The RSA is also a good source of information on other resources you might want to use.

There are 6 RSA offices throughout the state to help you. Follow each link to see a list of people you can contact depending on where you live:

The RSA and the Arizona @ Work also work together to run One-Stop Service Centers throughout the state. 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. To find a One-Stop Service Center location, go to the One-Stop Service Center Locator.

Social Security Administration Resources

The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers a variety of information on the Ticket to Work Program. You can also contact SSA at 1-800-772-1213 or 1-800-325-0778 (TTY).

Protection and Advocacy is a federally funded program in all states, offering representation for disabled consumers of public programs. In Arizona, Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) administers the SSA-funded Protection & Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS). The PABSS can assist you at no cost with problems you have with your Individual Work Plan under the Ticket to Work program and resolve disputes with an Employment Network. They also offer information on vocational rehabilitation, employment services, and work incentives.

The National Employment Network Association (NENA) serves Employment Networks (ENs) that operate under the Ticket to Work program. Among other services, NENA offers Ticket news and EN best practices via email, national teleconferences, and its website.

Social Security Disability Programs

The official website of the Social Security Administration (SSA) offers comprehensive information on SSA, including frequently asked questions, contact information, service and benefits descriptions, news articles, and legislative information.

Use the Social Security Office Locator to find local Social Security Offices.

SSA offers a thorough reference to Social Security program rules.

SSA has an online Benefits Planner Service that assists persons with planning their financial future by providing estimates of retirement, disability, and survivor benefits.

The Social Security Administration's Red Book is a complete overview of Social Security's disability programs and work incentives.

Ticket to Work

Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program helps people with disabilities who get Social Security benefits re-enter the workforce and become more independent. The Ticket to Work Program offers free access to employment-related services, such as training, transportation, and vocational rehabilitation. You can call the Ticket to Work Help Line at 1-866-968-7842 or 1-866-833-2967 (TTY).

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Benefits and Work Incentives Consulting Services

If you're currently on SSI, SSDI, or CDB benefits, and you're looking for a job, you should qualify for free benefits consulting services. Trained Work Incentive Counsultants at Benefits 2 Work Arizona can help you understand Social Security work incentives, disability benefit programs, and how they are impacted by work. Their goal is to help you avoid complications while developing a sustainable financial plan for your future.

You can contact Benefits 2 Work Arizona at 1-866-304-WORK (9675) toll-free to find a Work Incentive Consultant serving your community.

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