Find 17365 social security offices, administration locations, and local departments of social security. Social security offices provide information on card replacements, eligibility, applications, statements, name change, SSDI, disability, benefits, and identity fraud & theft.
Harrisburg Social Security Office 555 Walnut Street Harrisburg PA 17101 14.4 miles from 17365 888-327-1176
Carlisle Social Security Office 200 South Spring Garden Street Carlisle PA 17013 16.2 miles from 17365 717-243-0085
Westminster Social Security Office 125 Airport Drive Westminster MD 21157 31.6 miles from 17365
Chambersburg Social Security Office 50 North 3rd Street Chambersburg PA 17201 39.2 miles from 17365 717-263-4138
Owings Mills Social Security Office 5 Park Center Court Owings Mills MD 21117 46.7 miles from 17365
Towson Social Security Office 110 Towson Bypass Towson MD 21204 49.0 miles from 17365
Baltimore Social Security Office 6722 Reisterstown Road Baltimore MD 21215 50.0 miles from 17365
Frederick Social Security Office 10 North Jefferson Street Frederick MD 21701 51.7 miles from 17365 866-331-7089
Hagerstown Social Security Office 1258 Maryland Avenue Hagerstown MD 21740 52.4 miles from 17365 866-331-7125
Baltimore Social Security Office 711 West 40th Street Baltimore MD 21211 52.6 miles from 17365 800-772-1213
Baltimore Social Security Office 711 West 40th Street Baltimore MD 21211 52.6 miles from 17365
Abingdon Social Security Office 3435 Box Hill Corporate Center Drive Abingdon MD 21009 52.9 miles from 17365
Baltimore Social Security Office 6820 Hospital Drive Rosedale MD 21237 55.0 miles from 17365
Once a complete application is submitted, the application is processed and benefit can begin to be paid in approximately six weeks. However, inaccurate or incomplete applications can extend the processing time significantly. During periods of heavy volume of applications, the process can take longer.
Social Security programs are funded through payroll taxes. The payroll taxes are shared by the employee and the employer with both paying one half of the tax. Self-employed workers pay the full payroll tax because they are considered to be both employee and employer.
Yes, virtually all of the services offered at field offices can be accessed or initiated using the Social Security Administration's online system. Applications for benefits and some other services may require that documentation be provided after the online application process has been initiated.