Social Security Regions

The Social Security Administration (SSA) headquarters is located in Woodlawn, Maryland. The SSA employs approximately 62,000 individuals in 10 regional offices, 8 processing centers, 1300 Social Security Administration offices and 37 tele-service centers. The SSA divides its offices across the United States into 10 regions. Each region has a main Social Security Administration office that oversees the field offices located within that region.

For more information regarding regional headquarters click on one of the regions listed below. If you are looking to locate the nearest field office click on the state/territory of your residence. Similarly, if you are interested in a free evaluation for your Social Security Disability case, you can click here.

Currently, the SSA has closed their offices. Find out how to apply while the offices are closed.

Region 1: Boston Social Security Disability
Region 2: New York Social Security Disability
Region 3: Philadelphia Social Security Disability
Region 4: Atlanta Social Security Disability
Region 5: Chicago Social Security Disability
Region 6: Dallas Social Security Disability
Region 7: Kansas City Social Security Disability
Region 8: Denver Social Security Disability
Region 9: San Francisco Social Security Disability
Region 10: Seattle Social Security Disability

 

What Can I Do At A Social Security Administration Office?

If you are applying for disability benefits, a trip to the Social Security Administration (SSA) field office could be beneficial. At the Social Security office, you can meet face-to-face with a SSA representative. This representative can go over your medical records and supporting evidence. The representative can answer any questions that you may have, and help you determine if you have the documentation and evidence that you need for a successful disability claim.

A SSA employee can help you complete your claim form and can also determine if you have earned enough credits to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or if you mee the financial criteria to qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Representatives are familiar with the criteria and can determine if you meet the specific criteria to qualify for disability benefits.

If you have an existing claim, a SSA representative at the Social Security office can help you by responding to any questions you have. The representative can help you set up direct deposit or change direct deposit accounts or set up a payee for your benefits if you are unable to handle your own finances.

With a visit to the Social Security office, you can start a claim, complete the forms for an existing claim, or provide supporting evidence for a supporting claim or make changes to the details on a current claim. You will need to schedule an appointment in advance at your nearest SSA office. You can schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-772-1213. For more information, visit www.ssa.gov.