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You Know Where to Find Us (Because We Make It Easy)

January 21, 2016 • By

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Last Updated: August 4, 2021

you know where to find usFor 80 years, Social Security has been there for you and your family when you need us most. And, finding us at our field offices, where you can speak with an employee face-to-face, is easier than ever!

Our handy Field Office Locator is accessible from your computer and mobile device. On the website, you can enter your zip code to find the address, phone number and hours of the Social Security office closest to you. You can also use this tool to see a map and get directions; if you’re on your mobile device, it will even give you turn-by-turn directions.

Since you are already online, you could skip the traffic and lines by taking advantage of our other online features, too. Check out What You Can Do Online, where you’ll find that many of our services are just a click away!

For example, you use the Retirement Estimator to estimate future benefits, apply for Social Security benefits online and sign up for a personal my Social Security account. Setting up a personal my Social Security account is convenient and secure. You’ll have access to your Social Security Statement, and if you already receive benefits, you can view and print your verification letter and manage your benefits.

Some people prefer doing business in person, though, and that’s why our offices are there! Our employees are passionate about providing you with the best service possible, and we’re proud of our long history of doing so. When you visit us, whether in person or online, we’re always ready to help!


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Doug Walker, Deputy Commissioner, Communications

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  1. Rant G.

    I need to disenroll in medicare part b I had no knowledge of enrolling in Medicare Part b I cannot afford to pay for it at this time

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Rant, thanks for using our blog. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions web page for details on how to refuse Medicare Part B. We hope this helps!

  2. Dane D.

    I still have not received my wife and I’s stimulus check. I spoke with someone in June. This is Dane Dansie last 4 6712. please call me at 8013097711. Please have the phone identify you as SSA or I usually don’t answer. You could text as well. They told me in June that it was reissued and would take up to 6 weeks. I has been nearly 12 weeks. The original problem was that they sent it to an old banking account from my 2018 taxes. Please help us!!!

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Dane, thank you for your question. Please visit the IRS Economic Impact Payments Information Center to answer your questions about eligibility, payment amounts, what to expect, when to expect it and more. If you are unable to find the answer, call the IRS hotline at 1-800-919-9835. Thanks!

  3. Jean-Claude L.

    I applied for a change of name because the social security had made a mistake in my first name. I submitted the necessary documents required. I received my new social security without my documents. now it is past a month and still I did not received my documents. What should I do.

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Jean-Claude, thanks for using our blog. You should contact your local Social Security office. Please look for the general inquiry telephone number at the Social Security Office Locator. The number may appear under Show Additional Office Information. Please be aware that our call wait times are longer than normal. We hope this information helps.

  4. Louise E.

    I hate to do things on the computer!!!!

  5. Louise E.

    All I want is the form to transfer my direct deposit from one bank to the other or the phone number for my local Social Security office to make an appointment to see someone about doing so.

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Louise, thanks for using our blog. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions web page for details on how to change direct deposit.

  6. Dianne C.

    i need form CMS 1763. i can’t find it anywhere to print.

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Dianne, thanks for using our blog. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions web page for details on how to terminate Medicare Part B. We hope this is helpful!

  7. Jay B.

    I never received my stimulus check.
    I filed in 2018-2019 I met all the qualification married filing jointly, wages under the cut off limit etc.
    Please tell me how to go about it.

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Jay, thank you for your question. Please visit the IRS Economic Impact Payments Information Center to answer your questions about eligibility, payment amounts, what to expect, when to expect it and more. If you are unable to find the answer, call the IRS hotline at 1-800-919-9835. Thanks!

  8. Suzanne S.

    I need to fill out Form CMS-1763 and I can’t find it online. Will you email it to me?

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Suzanne, thanks for using our blog. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions web page for details on how to terminate Medicare Part B.

  9. Roger J.

    Dear Sirs, I do not want to start my social security benefits yet. My name is Dr. Roger Childers.
    my date of birth is 11-15-1955. My social security number is *** – ** – ***.
    My residence is 1522 Highway 195 Jasper , Al. 35503. I want to wait until beyond 66.2 years of age. please.
    PLEASE DO NOT STAR MY SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS.
    Sincerely Dr. Roger Childers.

  10. Catherine J.

    need to make an appointment at my local office
    how do I do that? I tried calling with no luck!
    Only have 60 days to appeal information sent to me
    and I need help. Not able to navigate your web site
    for an appointment either _ help

    • Vonda V.

      Hi Catherine. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213 for assistance or you can contact your local Social Security office. Please look for the general inquiry telephone number at the Social Security Office Locator. The number may appear under Show Additional Office Information. Please be aware that our call wait times are longer than normal. We hope this information helps.

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