Beginning August 2014, Social Security number printouts will no longer be available at field offices. Individuals who need proof of their Social Security number and cannot find their card will need to apply for a replacement card. In addition, beginning October 2014, Social Security administration field offices will stop providing benefit verification letters, except in emergency situations. Benefit verifications are available online, and can be obtained by registering for a mySocial Security account, or by calling 1-800-772-1213.
What: One-on-one drop-in assistance with Denver Human Services programs. No appointment is necessary and Denver residency is not required.
Who: Denver Human Services
When: Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Central Library, Level 4
Could you or someone you know use food, medical, or cash assistance but don't know how to get the process started?
Have you been told you can apply for benefits online, but don't know how?
Denver Human Services and Denver Public Library have joined forces to help people apply for benefits, find out if they're eligible, and track benefits once they've received them. Denver Human Services staff will work with customers on a first-come-first-served basis on Level 4 of the Central Library every Wednesday from 10-2.
It's possible to do just about anything online these days, including applying for Social Security benefits and managing your personal finances. Our community partners, the Social Security Administration and Denver Community Credit Union, will show you how in back-to-back classes this Thursday, September 1, at 2 pm and 3 pm