Washington, DC -- Representatives of the Social Security Administration will be at Congressman Eliot Engel’s Bronx office on Wednesday, March 23rd to help people with questions and/or issues concerning Social Security.
The service, at the Congressman’s 3655 Johnson Avenue office, is available by appointment, which may be made by calling Richard Fedderman, Rep. Engel’s Director of Constituent Services, at 718 796-9700.
Rep. Engel said, “Social Security representatives have been coming to my office for several years and have helped hundreds of people. These sessions allow people to get answers to their questions and help navigating the system about close to their homes.”
The Congressman also said that the Social Security website (www.ssa.gov) offers an array of on-line services including filing for retirement, survivors and disability benefits, change of address, replacing lost Medicare cards, or keeping up to date on Social Security matters.