Anixter Center

Employment Services

UPDATED: December 9, 2021

Anixter Center’s Employment Services team provides training, job placement services, and retention support to help job seekers with disabilities increase their levels of self-advocacy, success in the workplace, and independence in the community. Programs offered include Supported Employment Program (SEP), Ticket to Work, Internship, and Inclusive Pathways.

The Inclusive Pathways Program helps place Chicago Public School students with disabilities and individuals with disabilities who also face the employment barrier of reentering society following justice involvement in healthcare sector jobs. Qualified job seekers are placed in jobs with program partners University of Chicago Medicine and Sinai Healthcare systems.

Eligibility: Proof of disability, such as but not limited to verification by approved medical professionals, proof of Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSI/SSDI), an open DRS case, etc.

The Supported Employment Program serves individuals with significant disability who may need job coaching or other disability related supports.

Eligibility: An open case with IDHS / Department of Rehabilitation Services is required.

The Ticket to Work Program provides direct job placement services.

Eligibility: Adults receiving Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSI/SSDI) may be eligible.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


6610 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60626
United States



(773) 973-7900

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