Denver Social Security Office 80202

Denver County
80202 Zipcode


The Denver Social Security office offers services provided by the Social Security Administration such as disability benefits information and resources (SSDI), SSI, retirement benefits, prescription benefits and many more.

Below is the contact information for the local Denver Social Security office in Colorado.

Denver CO Social Security Administration (SSA) Office Location

Denver, CO 80202

Office Phone: (800) 772-1213

Latitude: 39.7457645
Longitude: -104.9943987

What Are The Denver CO Social Security Office Hours?

Office Hours Notice: Beginning Wednesday, January 2, 2013, offices close at noon on Wednesdays to the public. You should call the Denver Social Security office ahead of time to verify their hours of operations.

Monday: 09:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Average Google Rating for the Social Security Office located at 1500 CHAMPA ST in Denver, CO 80202:: Rated 2.7/5 based on 5 customer reviews

Google Reviews for the Social Security Disability Office located at 1500 CHAMPA ST in Denver, CO 80202:
  • 5/5 stars I had an appointment at 9:00 and was out by 10:00. Very helpful friendly staff. This was a much better option then the problems I was having on the phone. I believe the gentleman's name that helped me was Al (five stars plus) for great service! by , Written on June 22, 2018
  • 5/5 stars Was in ad out of there in 40 minutes. Good work. Also, kudos to the night cleanup crew. I didn't see a speck of dirt or dust, organic or inorganic, anywhere. A sense of civility and order prevailed. by , Written on May 4, 2018
  • 2/5 stars Feels like New York city. All the parking meters spots are full, and when one finally becomes available, the spot is too tight for a minivan; I drove around 30 minutes and finally decided to pay to park in a lot. The only lot available, in reasonable distance from the office, was $20. I walk in the Social Security office with my almost 1 year old, and 6 year old; at the door of the waiting area, a woman with a large cart/carrier full of personal items is shrinking back against the wall as a man was 'whisper-shouting' at her in a very intimidating manner; his face was less than an inch of hers, he was literally 'in her face'. As i walked past, i made out the words "don't make me... cuz I will, infront of all these people...". I thought about pointing it out to security but figured her and that man would leave and the verbal abuse would escalate to something more in private. My children and I sit and a few moments later another woman is cursing about some woman bothering her. My son pointed out to me she was saying bad words. I move our seat and 5 minutes later a man comes out from discussing his case, and he is cursing. A security officer approaches him, and for a moment it looked like there could possibly be a scuffle, which caused me to move my stroller as a precaution. However, after some more foul language, he and the officer walked out together. To keep things interesting the woman that was cursing about the woman behind her ten minutes earlier, resumes her protest for the lobby to hear. She is approached by security, she asks why she is being singled out, he says she is the only one he can hear & the other woman only shrugged her shoulders when asked what this was about. She replies "This is discrimination!", continues to curse, talks in circles and after a minute or two, in a very 'Jerry Springer' like scene, she uses her cane to hit objects like the line barriers as she exit's and security follows. Her choice words are heard echoing down the halls. My Experience With Staff: I waited about one hour, only to find out that although the woman I spoke with on the phone, after a 76 minuite wait, had told me exactly what documents to bring, of which did not include a birth certificate, as S.S. does not consider a birth certificate valid identification (this is also reiterated on the overhead announcement as you wait in the office & repeatedly as you hold when calling S.S.). However, apparently I am special. I am told I need my daughters in order to get her social security number. I had explained the urgency of needing the number or taxes, but regardless, it wasn't deemed necessary to inform me that upon returning the next day, with birth certificate, that a number would be developed in 24-48 hours BUT no, I cannot come back and get it for my important reasons! I must wait TWO WEEKS for it to be sent by mail to my home! As if this is not enough, I then realized my phone is done for and I don't know my way home. I feel relief as it occurs to me that the security guard can help me. His directions seem odd, so as I walk to the elevator I see two officers who responded to the craziness earlier. The officer agrees something is very wrong with the directions. The directions given by security had me looking for a road that didn't intersect the one I was on at all, then#quickly even if I realized that and took the next road he suggested had me left when I needed right, and finally his directions had me go North on the interstate instead of South. Granted I would have eventually figured out how to get home, but with a baby and 6 year old in the car when lost with no phone is bad. Bless the police that saved us from that. by , Written on April 11, 2018
  • 1/5 stars I called in to ask about 1. Scheduling an appointment 2. Whether I needed my ssc to get an ID in my state and 3. Whether I could get a temporary card or a statement explaining that I was waiting on the physical copy so I could go get my ID. The answer to all of these was no, which is fine. But the service was so rude! The woman I spoke with mumbled her name so I can’t even tell you who I was speaking with, she continuously cut me off with every question, and was 0 help as to where I could go or call to do these things, or get any information regarding my situation. I basically waited on the phone for an hour to be hushed and told to figure it out on your own! I certainly hope my in person experience tomorrow will be better. by , Written on January 29, 2018
  • 5/5 stars Just quick in, quick out. Prior to my visit for applying an SSN, I got all the documents ready along with an application form which I got it online and filled out all the details. Reached there by 11 am and took the receipt and waited for my number to be called. In just 4 mins, my number came up. Gave the officer all my docs and she typed all the details quick and got them verified, all in less than 5 minutes. Quickly came out after that and the whole trip just took me less than 10 minutes. Quite an effective functioning of the office. by , Written on February 7, 2018

The local Denver Social Security disability office provides information about applying for disability benefits in Denver, CO as well as other services provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA).

You can also consult with a local Denver disability lawyer to help you file for disability or appeal a Social Security benefits denial in Denver if your Social Security disability application was denied.

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Social Security Offices Near Denver, Colorado