A COVID-19 Update from Our Commissioner

I want you to hear directly from me how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting our services. The first thing you should know is that we continue to pay benefits. Be aware that scammers may try to trick you into thinking the pandemic is stopping your Social Security payments but that is not true. Don’t be fooled.

To protect you and help stop the spread of this coronavirus, we cannot accept visitors in our offices at this time. There are several other ways you can get help. Many services are available online. If you have a critical need that you cannot address online, we can help you over the phone.

Please visit our Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) page to find out what services we are continuing and which ones we are suspending, how to contact us, and important information about deadlines we are extending to ease the burden on you and medical providers during this pandemic.

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2,391 thoughts on “A COVID-19 Update from Our Commissioner

  1. Hi I am looking for the connection in-regards to the Covaid-19 stimulus checks to everyone. wee have not received our checks as of to day. My husband and myself are both on social security with no other income.
    Could you advise us of who we are to contact in reguards to this issue. Thank you for your help in this matter.

    VanEtta and James Anderson
    vanet_jim@msn.com
    Phone 303-324-5811

  2. My first social security check was on the 8th of the month starting in July. Why are the days in which I receive my payment changing This month I will not get my check until the 14th.
    I thought I would be getting my payment on the same day each month?

  3. Need clarification press release 2021 SSI benefits do not match 1.3% increase instead the increased is base 1.45% $783.00 to 794.00.
    Why the difference between SSI holder and SSA holder.

  4. I faxed some information to 833 914 1929 on 7 Aug 2020.

    I am getting conflicting info about my benefit amount in regards to spouses benefits.

    Is the above number a legit SSA fax number? Thank you.

  5. Salena on October 16, 2020 at 6:03 am said:
    Social Security has Deducted Medicare from my monthly payments . Then kept the money and cancelled my Medicare. Proof is in my payment history. Now during this Pandemic I have no insurance. Local office has refused to fix it after saying they will during every phone call.
    After many complaints I I mysteriously receive a refund check for one month. When Medicare was deducted every month.

    Please assist ASAP

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