Ticket to Work Participant Characteristics and Outcomes Under the Revised Regulations
This report compares the characteristics and outcomes of two cohorts of TTW participants—one whose members assigned their Tickets before the implementation of the revised regulations of 2008, and one whose members assigned their Tickets after. Compared with the pre-regulation-change cohort, the post-regulation-change cohort had a larger share of younger beneficiaries, was more likely to have psychiatric conditions, and was less likely to have ever worked for pay. The service-use patterns of the two cohorts were similar, but the post-regulation-change cohort was less likely to report unmet service needs, more likely to report satisfaction with TTW, and less likely to be employed.
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