SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION DISTRICT OFFICE

Various financial programs and services. See below for details.

 

 

277 S. Looney Road

Piqua, Ohio 45356-4147

PHONE:                    (866) 931-2520  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

(800) 772-1213  7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 FAX:                      (937) 773-8919

WEBSITE:              www.socialsecurity.gov

SERVICE AREA:    Miami, Darke and Shelby Counties

OFFICE HOURS:    9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri

                         9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Wed

OFFICE DAYS:       Monday through Friday

SERVICES:      Retirement Benefits, Spouses Benefits, Divorced Spouses Benefits, Survivor Benefits, Medicare Hospital and Medical Insurance.

Establish entitlement to Survivors Benefits, in­cluding Widows and Widowers, Surviving Divorced Spouses, Unmar­ried Children.

Establish entitlement­ to Social Security Dis­abili­ty Benefits (SSDI).

Establish entitlement to Child’s Benefits and Spouses Benefits for family members of disabled individuals.

Establish entitlement to Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

The eligibility requirements listed are gen­eral and do not take into account the many special circum­stances that may also enable an individual to establish eligibility. Do not make a decision not to file based only on this information.

Application for Social Security Numbers, including issuance of numbers to those who have never had a number, replacement of lost cards, and changing a name on a card.

 

ELIGIBILITY:         Retirement Benefits: Age 62, and 40 work credits (10 years).

Spouses Benefits: Age 62, and an established spousal relationship to a worker drawing benefits.

Divorced Spouse: Age 62, and a marriage that last­ed 10 years to a worker also age 62.

Medicare: Attainment of age 65.

Widows or widowers: Age 60, or any age if caring for a child under 16 or disabled. Unmarried chil­dren under age 18, (or 19, if attending a second­ary school), or disabled if disability began be­fore age 22.

Divorced Spouse: Age 60, unmarried and marriage lasted 10 years.

Disabled widow or widower including divorced: Age 50.

For SSDI to qualify for Social Security Dis­ability benefits an individual must have worked long enough and recently enough. The number of work credits needed depends on an individuals age and when the disability be­gan. The number of work credits needed will be deter­mined by the Social Security Office.

For SSI age 65 or older, blind, or disabled and have limited income and resources. Children as well as adults can get SSI because of blindness or disability.

For Application for Social Security Numbers must be a United States citizen, or a legally admitted alien with a valid need for a Social Security Number.

 

DOCUMENTS NEEDED:   For Retirement Benefits, etc. Certified copy of birth certificate; W-2 form or self-em­ployment tax return for the last year;

certi­fied copy of marriage certificate, and di­vorce decree if applying for Divorced Spouses Bene­fits.

For Entitlement to Survivors Benefits, etc. certified copies of birth certificate for each applicant, marriage certificate, death certif­icate, divorce decree; for disabled widow(er) s will also need the complete name, address and phone numbers of all doctors and hospitals that have rendered treatment.

For Entitlement to SSDI certified copy of birth certificate for each applicant; medical information including the complete name, address and phone number of all doctors and hospitals that have rendered treatment.

For SSI: Cer­tified copy of birth certificate; information about mort­gage or lease and landlords name; payroll slips, insurance policies, car registration, burial fund records; savings account pass­book, checking account register and last statement; complete names, addresses, and phone numbers of all doctors and hospitals that have ren­dered treatment.

For Social Security Numbers those who have never had a number: Certified copy of birth certificate, and evidence of identity.

Replacement card: Evidence of identity (not birth certificate).

Name change: Evidence of identity in both the old and new name.

If an alien: All documents issued by Immigra­tion and Naturalization Service.

 

RESTRICTIONS:              N/A

HOW TO USE:               Call 1-800-772-1213 between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment. Appointments are not neces­sary

but will expedite service and lessen waiting times. If planning to visit the of­fice to file for benefits without an appoint­ment, the best time is the latter part of the month, and not on a Monday.

You can apply for many benefits and services on-line. Visit www.socialsecurity.gov and choose Online Claims & Services.

For Social Security Numbers only call 1-800-772-1213, 24-hours a day from a touch tone phone to have an application mailed. Complete the application and mail along with the orig­inal documents needed (as shown above) to: Social Security Administration, 277 S. Looney Rd., Piqua, OH. 45356. All documents will be returned. Can also visit the office to com­plete the application and provide the docu­ments.

 

FEE POLICY:                   No fee