Most disability benefit programs have features (such as child care, transportation, or extended health care benefits) that are designed to make it easier for beneficiaries to go to work. These features are called "work incentives." They are designed to help you enter or reenter the workforce. You are encouraged to work or to seek education or training for future employment. Work Incentives are intended to give you some of the support you need while you try to move from benefit dependency to increased self-sufficiency.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Work Incentives
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Work Incentives
Section 8 Work Incentives
Food Stamps Work Incentives
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