Ticket to Work – ERI PLUS

ERI PLUS supports workers with disabilities (Ticket Holders) to maintain long-term employment and confidently leave Social Security benefits.

Put Your Ticket to Work for You! ERI PLUS is an Employment Network under the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work Program. ERI PLUS supports workers with disabilities (Ticket Holders) to maintain long-term employment and confidently leave Social Security benefits.
Stay Informed, Connected, and Confident If you have found employment (on your own or through Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services), we can assist you in managing your changing benefits issues, support you at key transition points, and connect you with resources to help you move forward in your employment goals.

To assign your Ticket to ERI PLUS you must be:

  • employed with a goal to end your Social Security cash benefits.
  • eligible for SSDI or SSI payments (even if you currently do not receive a payment).
  • able to meet earnings requirements.

ERI PLUS offers Ticket Holders:

Benefits Planning and Assistance to manage changing benefits and health insurance issues.

Career and Employment Counseling to address barriers and explore / advance career opportunities.

Connections to a variety of employment and disability-related resources.

Ticket to Work services are provided by: Photo of Kate Kingree
Kate Kingree, Ticket to Work Program Manager
608.246-3444 x225 | toll-free 800-710-9326

Sarah Geller
Sarah Geller, Employment and Customer Service Specialist
608.246-3444 x240 | toll-free 800-710-9326

Cori Olson
Cori Olson, Community Benefits Specialist
608.246-3444 x248 | toll-free 800-710-9326

Knowledgeable, very helpful.Aaron
They kept me informed - no delay to inquiries.Inga
Excellent, beneficial program with very competent staff.Russ
They took the time with me; explaining any concerns I had.Janie
Couldn't ask for better, informed, articulate, kind treatment. Love them!Samir
Kate helped me to comprehend what previously has been a great unknown wrapped in a mess. The most helpful things was obtaining cash to survive as I rebuild my life.Cory

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How to Get Started

We would like to provide you with as much information as possible before making any decisions. Please do not hesitate to contact Ticket to Work - ERI PLUS by filling out the form below or calling 608-246-3444 x240 or toll-free at 1-800-710-9326.
 

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