Social Security Office in Bend, Oregon 97703

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Frequently Asked Questions at Bend, 97703 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) 405-0302 or visit your local Bend 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 Bend SSA office or through the mail.

  • Can I apply for Medicare benefits at this office?

    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 Bend 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 Bend, 97703 Office

The Bend Social Security office is located at 250 Nw Franklin Ave Suite 201. The Bend office provides information, help and services led by the Social Security Administration. The following page provides information for this location like the office phone number, hours of operation and driving directions. If you have questions or worries about your retirement Social Security benefits, or you need to schedule an appointment, contact the Bend Social Security office.

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Directions to the Bend, 97703 Office

Two Blocks East Of Nw Bond St On Franklin Ave Adjacent To The Doubletree Hotel. Office Is On The Second Floor Of The Drake Building.

Reviews for the Bend, 97703 Office

4 Reviews on “Social Security Office in Bend, Oregon 97703”

  • Angela
    3 years ago

    Went in w/out an appointment, took a number & had a short wait. Mr. Diaz helped me to fill out the application for representative payee & answered all of my questions as a new representative. Security staff was friendly & helpful too!

  • Susan
    3 years ago

    The people working at the local office have been courteous and helpful to us so far, to the extent that they were able, working within a difficult, convoluted system of government service. Kudos to them for keeping up a serviceable attitude and managing to help with the various issues needing attending to.

  • Carrie
    3 years ago

    I would give the local office one star for the pure fact you can’t reach a real person on the phone. I called to simply let the office know of a fraudulent call I had received and there is no way to call and talk to an actual person. Not only that, you have to verbally instruct the automated person what you want. So as I am trying to get through the five minutes of medicare message they have at the start of the call with my screaming seven-month-old whose wondering why mommy’s on the phone instead of holding him, his screaming keeps confusing the automated person. I can’t help but feel places like these are lazy and really can’t be bothered by people so they torture you with obnoxious automated people. What happened to the day’s where people talked with one another??

    1. Candace robertson 2 years ago

      I agree that it is beyond frustrating that you cannot get an appointment without waiting on the phone for sometimes over an hour and a half. I have now spent four different days on the phone a minimum of 45 minutes each time on hold when I would finally have to give up because something else came up this is really ridiculous in this day and age to not be able to book an appointment without having to wait on hold for hours

      1. Bob Enloe 2 years ago

        I agree also!!
        These people are impossible to deal with
        My wife passed away recently and they sent me a letter regarding her death benefit ($255), a really big deal
        Anyway I went down to the Bend Office with all the necessary papers with me, and they could not/would not accept them from me, I had to have an appointment – which they scheduled 6 weeks away
        I later learned this was a telephone appointment, they would call me and supposedly tell me what I had to do
        Today was the day they were supposed to call – never happened!!
        The Government works for us???

  • Donna Ledford
    2 years ago

    Im so frustrated my son is a adult but mentally ill he doesn’t have a payee but they expect him to understand a appeal and when we finally got him to understand what to do they sent paperwork in a month ago still no word if rhey are going to reinstate. Hes is unable to hold a job and hasn’t been paid for almost 2 months he does have bills to pay like rent. But ss wont allow me to help with out him there. They just dont understand hes mentally ill been on ss since he was 17 for 10 years. SS reallt needs to pull it togethe.

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