Getting Past the Myths

Next Steps

Find a Job

Contact a Vocational Rehabilitation office (VR) in your area to sign up for an orientation to learn about the eligibility requirements and services VR offers. The program offers a variety of services to persons with disabilities to prepare for, get, and keep employment.

Visit a One-Stop Job Center online or find a local ARIZONA@WORK One-Stop Job Center to search for a job or get information on services offered, including career and skills assessment, resume and application assistance, and job referrals. The AZ Job Connection also lists many additional resources that can help you find work.

See how ARIZONA@WORK can help you. It is a statewide public and private partnership with a network of 47 local offices in 12 regional areas that helps employers and job seekers connect. Its free services and resources can help you find work.

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).

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.

AZ LINKS – Aging and Disability Resource Center

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