Social Security Office in Dayton, Ohio 45402

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Frequently Asked Questions at Dayton, 45402 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 (888) 329-5724 or visit your local Dayton 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 Dayton 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 Dayton 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 www.ssa.gov/myaccount/ 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 Dayton, 45402 Office

The Dayton Social Security office is located at Dayton 45402. The Ohio SSA provides separate federally run plans like retirement, SSI, Medicare and disability benefits. The following page contains useful contact information for this location such as the Social Security office phone number, hours of operation, and driving directions. If you have any issues or requests pertaining to your retirement Social Security benefits or interested in planning an appointment, call the following Dayton Social Security office.

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Directions to the Dayton, 45402 Office

Located Downtown In The U.s. Federal Building At The Intersection Of 2nd And Wilkinson Streets. No Onsite Parking. Metered Parking Available On Streets Surrounding The Federal Building. Parking For A Fee Available At The Arts Garage (behind The Schuster Center) And In The City Of Dayton Municipal Garage (on 3rd St Between Ludlow And Wilkinson.) Parking Also Available On The Corner Of 3rd And Wilkinson Streets. Must Have Valid Photo I.d. To Enter The Federal Building.

Reviews for the Dayton, 45402 Office

3 Reviews on “Social Security Office in Dayton, Ohio 45402”

  • William Daniel Dugger
    2 years ago

    I received a call from 1(800)674-9387 saying I have faugulant actions pending against my social security number please call the number provided. I don’t believe it is your office and I wanted to report it. Thanks for reporting this.

  • C Dunford
    1 year ago

    They don’t want to work. They want you to do all of their work for them. I phoned in to tell them that my disabled daughter no longer worked at WalMart each month since February…supposedly they were letting her worker know. However, each month until present, her checks have not been adjusted. They told me today that the fastest way to have the information changed is to get something from WalMart stating that she doesn’t work there. Can’t they (the paid Claims Rep) just call the Human Resource Dept to verify employment? That’s what I used to do when I worked in that capacity. They know that we are busy and it takes forever to get an appointment with them, find parking (pay at a meter downtown, pull a number, can’t use cell phones while sitting waiting on your turn, etc etc, just for something as simple as that. What about those without transportation? They are making it hard on people who already have it hard as it is! It’s despicable.

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Dayton Social Security Offices in Ohio

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