Mathematica is conducting an evaluation of the Ticket Act programs including WIPA (see As part of the evaluation, Mathematica will be conducting listening sessions with community members, including providers and people with disabilities who have experience with these programs. There are limited slots available and Mathematica plans to collect additional input from providers and community members later on in the project via surveys and interviews.


Would you like to join an upcoming meeting with Mathematica to share your experiences with WIPA? This will happen via a one-hour virtual meeting with you and up to 11 other people. 


If this opportunity interests you, please sign up for one session that works best for you. Participation is on a first come, first served basis. So, we encourage you to sign up soon. These sessions are meant for people who have used services, caregivers or family members of people who have used services, and advocates:


If you have any questions or need accommodations,
please call 844-341-1187


Ticket To Work Program Evaluation. Objective | SSA is undertaking a new evaluation of the Ticket to Work (TTW) programs offered by: Employment Networks (including Vocational Rehabilitation agencies), Work Incentives Planning and Assistance projects, and Protection & Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security providers. This evaluation will help identify consumer and provider experiences with these programs and identify opportunities for program improvement.