Individuals With Disabilities

Workforce Solutions Cameron is committed to providing employment-related services to all citizens of Cameron County. Workforce Solutions Cameron provides a variety of options to help customers with disabilities use the services, resources, and information offered at each of our Workforce Centers.

Special Note: As a person with a disability, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you have the right to access all services, programs and activities provided at our Workforce Centers.Workforce Solutions Cameron is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

In addition to all service available to customers visiting the Workforce Centers, services available to individuals with disabilities, include, but are not limited to:

  • Referrals for reasonable accommodations
  • Workshops for a successful job search
  • Sign language interpreters upon request
  • Accessible technology available at the resource area computers
  • Job development services
  • Ticket to Work Program Information
  • Education and training programs
  • Information and referrals to agencies that provide:  Social Security disability benefits planning & work incentive programs, job accommodations, public transportation services and vocational rehabilitation.

We encourage you to go visit one of our local Workforce Centers to learn more about available services.

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Disability and Employment –Federal Online Resource Directory

ETA is pleased to highlight available resources administered across different federal agencies to help American Job Centers increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.  This list will help you learn about other federal resources available in your state or local area to respond to the specialized needs of our customers

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Ticket To Work Program

When you take part in the Ticket to work program, you can get help finding a job, vocational rehabilitation, or other support.  Employment networks and state vocational rehabilitation agencies provide these services.  

These networks include private organizations and government agencies that have agreed to work with Social Security.  They provide employment services and other support to beneficiaries with disabilities.  

The Ticket to Work program helps you, free of charge, to get vocational rehabilitation, training, job referrals, and other employment support services.

Click Here for more information on the Ticket to Work program.