Ticket to Work is a voluntary program created by Social Security to help people ages 18-64 who have the goal of working off of SSI or SSDI cash benefits.
Through Ticket to Work, people can access employment services from Social Security approved Employment Networks (ENs) or Vocational Rehabilitation agencies (VRs) while working to achieve self-sufficiency.
ERI PLUS is an Employment Network under the Ticket to Work Program meaning that we offer services to people who want to work and increase their financial independence.
We serve people in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, and Michigan.
Is ERI’s Ticket to Work Program right for you?
ERI Helps people who are:
Looking for work.
Seeking help to maintain a job.
Hoping to change jobs, increase work hours or advance their career.
Looking for assistance to understand and manage Social Security benefits.
Social Security has special rules intended to encourage people to try work. These rules are called work incentives. Work incentives offer a safety net which makes it easier to try work
without loss of benefits or access to healthcare. Work incentives also offer an easy way to get back on benefits when working isn’t possible for the person.
Why Choose ERI?
Since starting our employment network, more than 80+ people have “graduated” from the Ticket Program and achieved self-sufficiency. More customer comments below:
Committed to Education
We take pride in staying up-to-date to better serve our ticket holders. We belong to the National Employment Network Association and National Association of Benefits and Work Incentive Specialists.
Employment Network Rating
ERI received a rating of “Excellent” in the most recent national employment network customer satisfaction surveys.