North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness

Ticket to Work and Chronic Homelessness Webinar: Let's Dig Deeper

The Social Security Administration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar for entities providing transition-to-work services to the chronic homelessness population.    
 
This webinar, hosted by Cornell University's Employment and Disability Institute, will be an interactive session that will focus on an Employment Network (EN) model illustrating the potential income that can be generated by helping persons with disabilities achieve certain employment milestones and outcomes.   
 
This will be a follow-up to the National Ticket Teleconference “Training to Help Homeless People with Disabilities Go to Work,” which was held on December 9, 2008.  A topic that generated a lot of interest on that call related to the potential revenue stream that SSA's Ticket to Work Program can provide. For background information and to access the archived teleconference, please visit: www.cessi.net/ttw/en_menthealth-UCP/en_info4.html.   
 
Presenters:     
  • John Rio, CRC Sr. Program Associate, Advocates for Human Potential               
  • Sallie Rhodes, Ticket to Work Program Specialist, PMRO               
  • David Jones, Account Manager, PMRO                            
To participate in this webinar, please register at: http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/edi/register/cessi3.cfm
Once registered, you will receive details on how to access the online materials and call into the webinar.    REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT NOON on Wednesday, MARCH 25th.   
 
If you have problems registering, please call 607-255-9364 or email Shelia Smith sds7@cornell.edu.   If you would like more information on Ticket to Work, please contact David Jones at 703-448-6155 x 201 or via email at djones@cessi.net.  You may also visit www.ssa.gov/work,  www.cessi.net/ttw, or www.yourtickettowork.com.
 
Speaker

Organizer Shelia Smith

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Thu, March 26, 2009
2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Eastern

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