thumbnail image of Beneficiary WorksheetHave you received a list of service providers from the Ticket to Work Help Line, or through search results from choosework.net's Find Help tool? If you decide to work with an Employment Network to access job support services, the Ticket to Work program has released a new worksheet that can help you review your options.

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New Ticket to Work Worksheet: Finding an EN and Assigning Your Ticket

May 15, 2015

thumbnail image of Beneficiary WorksheetHave you received a list of service providers from the Ticket to Work Help Line, or through search results from choosework.net's Find Help tool? If you decide to work with an Employment Network (EN) to access job support services, the Ticket to Work program has released a new resource that can help you review your options.

The Finding an EN and Assigning Your Ticket Worksheet can help you compare Employment Networks and figure out what job support resources are right for you.

The worksheet provides a list of questions for you to think about, and space to write down answers to help you assign your Ticket.

Not sure you understand what an EN does? The worksheet also lists services that ENs typically provide so that you can understand what services you may need as you move forward on your path to employment. You can learn more about what other kinds of service providers offer in the Meet Your Employment Team section of choosework.net.

Download the worksheet today to get started! You can either:

1.    Print the form and fill in your answers by hand.
2.    Fill out the form online, and then print or save your answers to your computer.

Concerned about how working will affect your benefits? Working does not necessarily mean losing access to your benefits. Read these myths about work and Medicare or Medicaid, medical reviews and reapplying for benefits.

If you still have questions, talk to an EN that offers benefits counseling services or contact a WIPA project. Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM you can also call the Ticket to Work Help Line at 1-866-968-7842 (V) or 1-866-833-2967 (TTY). Representatives are ready to listen and talk to you about your situation and provide help on where to get started.