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Field Offices

Opportunity is knocking at your door (wherever your door may be)! Social Security serves the needs of Americans in over 1,300 field offices, located in all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. Field offices serve as a first point of contact for many of our beneficiaries. Contact us to learn more.


Hearing Offices

With 140 hearing offices nationwide, Social Security provides a convenient way for the public to appeal benefits decisions. Over 6,000 employees support the country's largest administrative law system. Contact us to learn more.


Teleservice Centers

Social Security answers the call to serve at 37 teleservice centers nationwide, providing a full range of service to beneficiaries worldwide by telephone. Contact us to learn more.


Program Service Centers

Six program service centers serve the needs of the Social Security public nationwide. Located in New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Chicago, Kansas City and Birmingham. These centers perform a variety of Social Security's mission-critical tasks, including account maintenance, disability claims review and benefits determinations. Contact us to learn more.


Regional Offices

Located within each of our 10 regions, regional headquarters offices oversee and support Social Security programs in field offices, teleservice and program service (payment) centers. Contact us to learn more.


Our headquarters offices are located in Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC; and Falls Church, VA. Social Security headquarters provides administrative, programmatic and technical guidance to our nationwide programs. Contact us to learn more.

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