# Ticket to Work Evaluation (January 2006) Figures for Chapter VIII

Figure VIII.1: Summary of Core EN Activities in Ticket to Work

This flowchart lays out core EN activities in TTW, from outreach, to intake, to when the beneficiary assigns a Ticket to an EN, to the initial receipt of services, to the point at which the beneficiary works enough to generate a first payment, to follow-up services, payment tracking, and finally to when the EN receives payment.

Figure VIII.2: Percentage of Tickets Generating Payment in Each Month Among Tickets That Generate at Least One Payment

Note: Percentages are Tickets for which a payment is received in a given month as a fraction of all Tickets generating payment within the first 24 months after assignment from data on all Tickets assigned in or before January 2003.

This line graph shows the percentage of Tickets generating a payment in each month among Tickets that generate at least one payment, where months are measured from the month of Ticket assignment. For DI/concurrent beneficiaries, this percentage starts at 20% for the month of assignment, rises to about 30% for 3 to 6 months afterwards, and slowly decreases steadily after month 6 to less than 15% by month 23. For SSI beneficiaries, the percentage spikes to over 50% by month 3, drops sharply to 35% by month 6, and falls relatively steadily to about 10% by month 23.

Figure VIII.3: Percentage of Tickets Assigned in the Second Year After TTW Rollout that Generate Any Payment in Months 0-11 that Generate Payment in Each Month

Note: Percentages are Tickets for which a payment is received in a given month as a fraction of all Tickets generating payment within the first 24 months after assignment from data on all Tickets assigned from February 2003 through January 2004.

This line graph shows the percentage of Tickets assigned in the second year after TTW rollout that generated any payment in their first year of assignment, by month. For SSI beneficiaries, the percentage rose quickly in the first few months, peaked at months 3 and 4, and then fell steadily to just over 10% at month 23. For DI/concurrent beneficiaries, the percentage of Tickets assigned in the second year after TTW rollout that generated any payment in their first year of assignment rose much slower over the first few months, peaking at just over 30% in months 3 and 6, then falling slowly to just over 10% at month 23.