Social Security Programs

Ticket to Work Program Offers Financial Freedom to Disabled Americans

by Staff | March 31st, 2014

March 31, 2014

When a person is unable to work due to a mental or physical condition, Social Security Disability benefits can offer financial assistance to the claimant. And for many, they can receive benefits while reentering the workforce through the Ticket To Work Program.

The program is offered free of charge to recipients of Social Security Disability insurance and Supplemental Security Income. Ticket To Work offers these individuals vocational rehabilitation, employment services, and work referrals to help them begin working again.

The program is meant to be a bridge between independence and reliance on federal benefits, which is why anyone who enters the program is allowed to continue receive benefits until they are deemed no longer disabled by the Social Security Administration.

An article from Scoop San Diego told of one person’s success through the Ticket To Work program.

The team of Social Security Disability Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin recognize the impact a decision to enter the Ticket To Work program can have on a person’s life, and they are here to help answer any questions you may have if you are considering entering the program.