Stay Organized

Staying organized during your job search is important:
  • You can use this Job Search Log to keep track of the companies that you've interviewed with, contacts, and dates that you've applied for jobs.
  • You can use this Job Search Tracking Spreadsheet to track resume submissions, networking contacts, interviews, career websites, and more.
  • You can request a Benefits Planning Query (BPQY) at a local Social Security office or by calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213 or 1-800-325-0778 (TTY). Social Security has a manual (PDF) that explains more about the BPQY.
  • You can use this template to report your monthly earnings for SSI.
  • You can use this template to report your monthly earnings for SSDI.
  • You can use this form to report changes in your income or family situation to AHCCCS, Cash Assistance (CA), or Nutrition Assistance (NA).
  • You can use this form to renew your eligibility for AHCCCS, Cash Assistance (CA), or Nutrition Assistance (NA).

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Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA)

The Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration can help you apply, prepare for, and find a job. To apply for services, call or visit a vocational rehabilitation office near you.

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. 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

The U.S. Department of Labor's My Skills, My Future website helps job seekers match their skills with new careers and find out what training is needed to move from one job to another.

The Arizona Workforce Connection lists jobs at employers across Arizona.

AZ LINKS – Aging and Disability Resource Center

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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