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Some folks here have mentioned that they have healed up enough to do more or come off the program entirely. Sometimes all it takes is just a good extended break to heal and a career change.

In other cases, I would imagine folks being worried that doing more than piddling could place their benefits at risk.

Thanks for reminding everyone here that here that SSI is not necessarily a one way program.

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Before I was awarded va comp i was on ssi (not ssdi) and i used the ticket to work program. I was able to work for about 1.5 months before my mental problems started causing me a lot of trouble at work. I filed for va because i knew i would never return to work. That doesnt mean the ticket to work program does not work. I have several friends who have went back to work through the program. I however have schizophrenia full blown where they suffer from either bipolar, depression, and or mild schizophrenia.

I was on other sites mentioning the ticket to work program and people were telling me i was crazy... Some people live their whole lives not knowing about opprotunities. Almost like some veterans not knowing they can file for va c/p

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