Beneficiary Satisfaction Survey
Social Security will send a voluntary survey to some beneficiaries starting on September 16, 2016.
It is important to encourage Ticket Holders to respond so that Social Security can capture their experiences and improve the Ticket to Work Program.
Learn About Ticket
The Ticket to Work and Self Sufficiency program was created to give Social Security disability beneficiaries an avenue to achieve economic self-support through work.
Organizations selected to participate in the Ticket program are required to provide employment support services that afford Ticket Holders the opportunity and support to prepare for, obtain and retain career ladder jobs that will enable them to leave and remain off of cash benefits.
Visit the Information Center! Here you will find forms, resource documents, training materials and other useful tools to help you manage your Ticket program operations.
The training section of the website is now more comprehensive than ever! Check it out when you visit the Information Center.
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from employment discrimination against individuals with disabilities and requires these employers to take affirmative action to recruit, hire, promote, and retain such individuals.
Visit our Section 503 page to learn how ENs can use the changes to Section 503 to assist beneficiaries served under the Ticket program to secure jobs with federal contractors and subcontractors.
Becoming an Employment Network
Is your organization interested in becoming an Employment Network (EN)? The Self Assessment Tool in the Information Center can help you decide whether the program is a match for your organization. If you already know the Ticket program is right for you, complete the EN Request for Quotation (RFQ) today!
Information for Beneficiaries
The Choose Work website provides information on the Ticket program, including the benefits of participating, and related topics that is designed specifically for beneficiaries with disabilities.