The Ticket Program is part of the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999 - legislation designed to remove many of the barriers that previously influenced people's decisions about going to work because of the concerns over losing healthcare and coverage.
Ticket 101 PowerPoint Presentation
This PowerPoint presentation gives a basic overview of the Ticket to Work Program, Ticket to Work Basics, Reviews the changes made to the Ticket to Work program that were made in 2008, discusses Employment Network (EN) Models and Partnership options as well as gives next steps for becoming an EN.
Collaborative Agreement Strategy
This PDF gives one example of a strategy for utilizing a partnership to execute an Employment Network (EN). This particular model shows that the EN of record is a community rehabilitation provider that is partnering specifically with the One-Stop Career Center and Vocational Rehabilitation.
State Level Strategy
This PDF illustrates how the Employment Network (EN) of record could be a state level entity that then utilizes the local level to provide services while contracting an agency to track and collect payment.
Local Level Strategy
This PDF illustrates how the Employment Network (EN) of record could be a local level entity that implements and executes the program from start to finish.
Employment Network Business Model Planning Guide
The purpose of this checklist is to help DEI projects that are either in the process of applying to become Employment Networks, or are new to providing Employment Network services. This checklist is being provided in order to assist DEI projects in identifying some key questions to consider from a business operations standpoint as projects begin accepting Ticket Holders.
Ticket 101 Fact Sheet
A one-page quick reference sheet that provides information about the Ticket to Work Program, including what an Employment Network is and the advantages to being one as well what is required to become an Employment Network (EN).