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The new SSD Ticket to Work program is a voluntary program designed to allow Social Security Disability beneficiaries the opportunity to try to work again.

The SSD Ticket to Work Program

The SSD Ticket to Work program is a voluntary SSA program for beneficiaries in current payment status. This program allows you to safely try out different work options, but without losing your monthly Social Security disability benefits. According to the SSA’s website, the ultimate goal of the Ticket to Work program is to help individuals just like you re-enter the workforce, increase financial independence, and to reduce or eliminate reliance on Social Security disability benefits.



What Is the Ticket to Work Program?

The Ticket to Work program allows you to try working without risking losing your Social Security disability benefits. If you believe maintaining a part-time job is reasonable, this program may help you secure one.

There are several resources that can help you successfully navigate the Ticket to Work program. A couple of valuable resources include both public and private Employment Networks (EN) and state Vocational Rehabilitation (VR). Both of the public and private sectors are committed to providing employment opportunities to Americans who draw monthly disability benefits.

If you’re currently receiving disability benefits and would like to try out the Ticket to Work program, more information can be found in the SSA’s work incentives guide.

You May Qualify for Legal Assistance

Having an experienced Social Security attorney or advocate on your side can be very beneficial. They understand the evidence you need to prove your case and how to correctly fill out the paperwork.

Plus, having an attorney file your claim makes you 2x more likely to get benefits the first time you apply. Those who qualify for legal assistance through this website typically get $10,000 in lump-sum backpay as well as monthly benefits. Since these attorneys always work on contingency, you pay $0 for legal assistance if the SSA doesn’t approve your claim. And if you do win benefits, then you’ll only pay a small, one-time fee.

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