• Savings Fitness - A Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future

    Guide for workers to show how saving for retirement can and should be part of one's financial plan, including a series of worksheets to help set up a financial plan.

  • What You Should Know About Your Retirement Plan

    This booklet helps workers understand their retirement plan, the information to review periodically and where to go with questions.

  • Top 10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Health Benefits

    Pamphlet to help workers understand and take advantage of their health benefits.

  • Medicaid Buy-in Brief

    Medicaid "buy-in" allows workers with disabilities access to Medicaid community-based services not available through other insurers. Nationally, workforce participation among people with disabilities is significantly lower than those without disabilities. Some individuals with disabilities who want to work face barriers achieving their employment and earnings potential because they need to choose between healthcare and work. Medicaid "buy-in" breaks down barriers to employment for people with disabilities. The Administration for Community Living (ACL), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) are committed to policies and programs that promote and support successful employment outcomes for people with disabilities.

  • OSHA Guidance on Returning to Work

    Guidance regarding the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 that protects the safety and health of workplace environments. It contains recommendations as well as descriptions of mandatory safety and health standards.

  • The Red Book - How do Employment Supports Help?

    Learn how employment-support provisions can assist Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries in your efforts to become self-sufficient through work.

  • Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health

    Tips for social distancing, quarantine, and isolation during an infectious disease outbreak.

 

United States Department of Labor EBSA

United States Department of Labor ODEP

 

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LEAD Center WIOA Policy Development

The LEAD Center is led by Social Policy Research Associates and National Disability Institute. It is fully funded as the WIOA Policy Development Center by the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor, Contract No. 1605DC-19-F-00341.