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Work Incentives Public Information Sessions

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Public Information Sessions
Do you receive SSI or SSDI? Would you like to work but are concerned that working could affect your benefits? If so, consider attending a Work Incentives Public Information session. These sessions are sponsored by the DHS/Office of Rehabilitation Services, Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities and CPNRI. There is no cost to participate.

NOTE: These are not "how to apply for benefits" sessions. These sessions are for individuals already receiving SSI or SSDI benefits or those supporting them.

Social Security Administration offers a variety of work incentives and support services to help individuals go to work. At the information sessions, a Certified Work Incentive Benefits Counselor (CWIC) will review available Social Security work incentives for SSI and SSDI Beneficiaries.

Not sure what benefits you receive?
To determine the type of benefits you or your family member receives, you may access this information by creating a "My Social Security" account online at https://www.socialsecurity.gov. Scroll down to "Sign up for my Social Security". A new screen will appear. Read and scroll down a little further. Click on "Create an account" to start the process.


Work Incentives Connection
Work Incentives Connection is a newsletter that provides news and resources for Social Security Administration beneficiaries in Rhode Island. The newsletter is published 3-5 times per year. Download the latest issue available in English or Spanish. To receive the newsletter electronically, use the button to below to join our mailing list.

Work Incentives Connection - English Version 726 kb PDF
Work Incentives Connection - Spanish Version 760 kb PDF

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