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Are you thinking about work?

Employment First is a national movement that believes all people, including people with disabilities, should be able to work in their communities. Arizona Employment First is here to provide resources, support, and connections for you!


CONNECTING WITH RESOURCES

Some organizations that can help you think about and prepare you for work are Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), Arizona@Work, and the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). These groups have programs and tools to help you train for work, find a job, and keep your job.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Vocational Rehabilitation

You can also call 1-800-563-1221 or visit your local VR office for more information


CLICK HERE to learn more about Arizona@Work.

You can also contact Arizona@Work at arizonaatwork.com.


CLICK HERE to learn more about the Division of Developmental Disabilities

To learn more, you can also call (844) 770-9500 or email DDDCustomerServiceCenter@azdes.gov.



Visit our Who Can Help? page for more information on organizations and people who can help you work.


WAYS TO WORK
  • Are you ready to find a job in your community?
  • Do you want to start your own business?
  • Are you looking for job-training?
  • What kinds of jobs are there, anyway?


Learn about the difference between full-time and part-time work, self-employment, supported employment, customized employment and more on our What Kind of Jobs Can I Get? page.



WHAT ABOUT MY BENEFITS?
Many people are worried that working will impact their health care or benefits.

Arizona Disability Benefits 101 has tools and information for you to learn how work and benefits go together.

If you see a word on the site you don’t know, you can visit our GLOSSARY to find its meaning.
If you have questions, visit the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page or CONTACT US.



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