Ticket To Work Employment Network

Explore Career Options While Keeping Your Disability Benefits


The Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work Program supports career development for people with disabilities who want to find meaningful work. Social Security disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 qualify. The program is free, voluntary, and helps people with all types of disabilities progress toward financial independence.

CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is a proud employment network partner of the Ticket to Work program. CSCF helps career seekers with disabilities explore their interests, pursue their passion, and increase their income.

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About CareerSource Central Florida and the Ticket to Work Program

As an approved Workforce Employment Network with the Social Security Administration, CSCF equips Ticket to Work participants with the resources to take charge of their vocation, find a career that meets their individual needs, and contribute their talents to the Central Florida community.

Choosing to work can change your life. The Ticket to Work Program and Work Incentives allow you to keep your benefits while you explore employment. What are the benefits of working? You can earn more income, learn new skills, gain independence, feel fulfilled, meet new people, and be involved in the community.

There are several common myths about how working will affect disability benefits and healthcare coverage. Read the fact sheet below on three most common myths and why they are wrong.

Debunking the Three BIGGEST Myths about Disability Benefits and Work

Watch Ben’s Journey Navigating the Ticket to Work Program

Ben wants to work, but needs to understand how it will affect his disability benefits and what services are available to help him along the way.


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