Social Security Office in Baltimore, Maryland 21227

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Frequently Asked Questions at Baltimore, 21227 Office

  • How do I apply for Social Security benefits?

    The easiest and quickest way to apply for retirement, spouse's, ex-spouse's, or Medicare benefits is to apply online. If you do not wish to use the online application, or the application for the benefit you want is not available online, you can call (877) 870-6381 or visit your local Baltimore SSA office. Learn More About Applying for Benefits.

  • How do I replace a lost or stolen Social Security card?

    If your Social Security card is lost or stolen you can replace it through the Social Security Administration (SSA) website, by visiting your local Baltimore SSA office or through the mail.

  • How do I apply for Medicare benefits?

    There isn’t just one simple answer to that question. Before you decide how you want to go about applying for Medicare, you need to understand the different parts of the program and which ones you need. Learn More About Applying for Medicare.

  • How do I change my name on my Social Security card?

    If you legally change your name because of marriage, divorce, court order or any other reason, you must tell Social Security so you can get a corrected card. Learn How to Change Social Security Card Name.

  • Can I schedule an appointment with the Baltimore Social Security office?

    The Social Security Administration does not currently have online appointment scheduler. Learn More About Scheduling an Appointment.

  • How do I find out about my Social Security benefits?

    Those who already receive benefits can view their payment history, current status, and manage their benefits. To open a personal my Social Security account, go to and select "Create an Account" to get started.

  • How does the coronavirus (COVID-19) impact Social Security?

    All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public for in-person service starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Learn More About The Office Closure.

About the Baltimore, 21227 Office

The Baltimore Social Security office is located in Baltimore 21227. The following page includes information for this location like the office phone number, hours of operation and driving directions. If you have any inquiries or worries about your retirement benefits or are interested in arranging an appointment, call the following Baltimore Social Security office.

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Directions to the Baltimore, 21227 Office

From I-95 Take The Caton Ave Exit 50. Take Caton Ave North Exit 50b Tow Ard Wilkins Ave. Merge Onto S Caton Ave/us-1 Alt N.turn Left Onto Benson Ave Proceed 1/4 Mile To Benson Heights Business Center And Make A Left. From I-695 Take I-95n To Baltimore Exit 11a And Follow The Directions Above. The Office Is Located Behind St Agnes Hospital

Reviews for the Baltimore, 21227 Office

2 Reviews on “Social Security Office in Baltimore, Maryland 21227”

  • lydia williams
    3 years ago

    well thats easy they are prejudice and mean and civil rights violators. they illegally denied me the first time in 2012 for benefits. my prominant tv lawyer…..kenneth hiller of buffalo ny personally took it appealed to supreme court judge, and recently won in may 2017, now they dont treat me with dignanty, respect and honesty instead they make me feel, depressed, wronged, and unfairly treated, i once had a appointment, and because i asked so many questions they rudely dismissed me and told me hurry up before they have me arrested for tresspassing?, They have owed me since 2010, for mental health and i was born with scoliosis and they have not paid me all my money, they made me take who they felt shoud be my payee(county person)…they refuse to pay my phone, car insurance and other bills and essentials that are vital to my survival and livlihood, they are also now saying, my back benefits owed still they not giving me, nor anything else that might be owed, bcuz they say actually i was receiving benefits all along throught 2010-2017. this is not true, i was fighting them then and still are …..this has taken such a mentally exausting toll on me that my body aches all over every day, i worry that imma have a heart attack, all the local and national offices say is for the last 6-8months is that they still investigating, what?? your investigating yourselves??? ok, i am networking with local congress, and plan to take this national straight to washington, im not stupid dumb, or confused i save everything they send me, i can prove everything i say they say, im fed up and determin ed to exposed the local and possibly the national SSA,d with the help of supporting lawyers and some financial investingative journalist from cnn news, and/or good morning america, and msnbc. so hopefully this email, will be seen by someone who can and is willing to help me get my money thats still owed and duable fair treatment. or this could be very ugly,especially if the NAACP and disability acts office get all the way deeply involved they are fully aware of my fight with these people they just waiting for the go ahead, im willing to take it that far and i will plz contact me asap i really apppreciate it. god bless you and yours. with tsincere thanks and humbleness mrs. lydia williams

  • adam fiechtner
    2 years ago

    for social security sued look up fiechtner v young time up blood made irs, us gov, threat of life, capital crimes capital civil wrong, over 17th yrs need contact

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