District of Columbia Social Security Offices are local branches of the federal Social Security Administration in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. They issue social security cards, provide disability benefits, and manage District of Columbia retirement benefits. A Social Security Office can help people determine their eligibility for retirement benefits, estimate monthly benefit payments, and process applications for District of Columbia Social Security benefits. They also provide assistance on spousal benefits, determining age requirements for benefits, and accessing work history records. District of Columbia Social Security Offices process retirement payments and assist individuals with problems receiving their retirement benefits, and they provide additional information about retirement benefits on their website.
Washington Social Security Office Washington DC 2041 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast 20020
District of Columbia Departments of Aging operate at the state and local level to provide services to promote the health, safety, and independence of elderly people in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. These services include District of Columbia meal delivery, in-home care, transportation support, and retirement benefits assistance. Departments of Aging provide information on calculating District of Columbia retirement benefits, when to apply for Social Security benefits, and eligibility for benefits. They can also help with the application process and provide support for problems receiving benefits. District of Columbia Departments of Aging provide more information about their retirement benefit services online.
Washington Department of Aging Washington DC 330 Independence Avenue Southwest, # 4760 20237 202-401-4634