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Ticket to Work at the Crossroads: A Solid Foundation with an Uncertain Future

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  • David Stapleton
  • Gina Livermore
  • Criag Thornton
  • Bonnie O'Day
  • Robert Weathers
  • Krista Harrison
  • So O'Neil
  • Emily Sama Martin
  • David Wittenburg
  • Debra Wright

Abstract

The Ticket to Work and Self-Sufficiency program (TTW) was designed to enhance the market for services that help SSI and SSDI beneficiaries successfully enter the workforce. This report looks at how well the TTW market functions and the extent to which the introduction of TTW changed enrollment in employment-support services, employment, and receipt of SSDI or SSI benefits. The study found that program participation remains low but continues to grow, and survey findings indicate substantial potential for growth in participation. In addition, new payment regulations for providers may breathe new life into the market.

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Paper provided by Mathematica Policy Research in its series Mathematica Policy Research Reports with number 6153.

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Length: 113
Date of creation: 30 Sep 2008
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Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:6153

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Keywords: Ticket to Work; SSA; Disability;

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