PORTLAND SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE 17925 SE DIVISION ST 97236
The Portland 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 Portland Social Security office in Oregon.
Portland OR Social Security Administration (SSA) Office Location
Portland, OR 97236
What Are The Portland OR 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 Portland 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
Average Google Rating for the Social Security Office located at 17925 SE DIVISION ST in Portland, OR 97236:: Rated 2.7/5 based on 5 customer reviews
Google Reviews for the Social Security Disability Office located at 17925 SE DIVISION ST in Portland, OR 97236:
- 3/5 stars So here's a useful lesson: when pepple complain about the constantly overfilled parking space, the crowded waiting room and the long waits what they're really seeing is "Small Government." This is what "slimming down the government" means: make all the services worse so you'll get upset when you need to use them. See once you've felt that the odds are good you'll further vote for funding cuts against "government waste," that you'll vote for "increased accountability" which here means more pressure to work harder on a too-small staff which makes their lives worse, and you'll be easier to provoke into being angry about "non-Americans taking your benefits." (here's a spoiler: 99% of anyone in there waiting to get help is an American; ask the door guard. He's a Marine vet by the way, this kind of work is some of the best a veteran can get and they also get preferenced for hire and of course are eliminated when "slimming down", and he'll tell it to you straight.) So that's what's up. Protect your benefits or expect to lose them. And your parking space. by Beretta 249, Written on May 11, 2018
- 1/5 stars One of the worst public offices. They talk down to you, are rude, and disrespectful! You would think that My SS Money that I payed into was actually coming out of there personal account! And if you are a US CITIZEN that was born in another country because your parents were working for the Military. You can forget about ever getting a SS car!!!😡 Aparently they want the parents to apply for it before age 5? Why does a child need a SS number? When they don't work and aren't on SS services? Ridiculous!!! Another interesting Fact. The first person you have an interview decides what type of Documents they expect you to find. At 31 your suposto know every place you've EVER lived in your entire life? Have Transcripts from every school you've ever attended? Have your Birth certificate, which is reasonable. Photo ID. US Passport. We have the Birth certificate from a foreign country, US Passport, transcrips for a couple years abroad, transcrips from a couple years in the us. A forien Drivers license that recently expired from the same country the Birth Certificate came from. And this is NOT enough!!! They have a problem with names. If your from a Latin country you have 4 names. First name, Middle name, Maiden name, and Last name. In USA they only give you 3 spaces to put your name. Aparently this makes it too confusing for the ignorant US staff to figure out! Even with the Thousands of Latinos that have come into this country yearly. My son is 6'4", Blonde hair, Blue eyes, Light skined, and speeks English. Everything is wrong with this system!? Im so disgusted with these ignorant, uneducated, predugest people. If anyone should be charged with profiling its them! signed by... WHITE US CITIZEN FROM the STATES by marie donily, Written on April 16, 2018
- 5/5 stars Excellent, quick, cheerful, professional customer service! I arrived an hour before closing time as a walk-in, pretty good crowd, too, and left in less than half an hour. The armed guard at the door was extremely helpful, a great listener, directed me to the check-in kiosk, where I got my number. Nice environment, lots of parking. by Christopher Springmann, Written on September 5, 2017
- 1/5 stars There is no parking here, I went at 730 am and parked and then watched the staff come to work and take 75% of the parking with their vehicles. This is wrong! I've seen numerous cars towed. NO PARKING! by Debi P, Written on May 1, 2018
- 5/5 stars I was shocked, but in a good way when I walked into this office dreading the next few hours if my life. I was greeted by a friendly security guard, and got my number quickly through an automated computer that asks what you are in for. The moment I sat down they called my number. I handed over paperwork. The employee politely and quickly entered in the information. In less than five minutes I was in and out of the office with what I came for accomplished. They said I picked a good time, at 11:15 on a Tuesday. Good work guys. You really made it as pain free as possible. FYI... print out your paperwork before you go to make it super easy. by Mary Richardson, Written on June 21, 2016
The local Portland Social Security disability office provides information about applying for disability benefits in Portland, OR as well as other services provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
You can also consult with a local Portland disability lawyer to help you file for disability or appeal a Social Security benefits denial in Portland if your Social Security disability application was denied.
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