Social Security Administration: Maui information provided by: the Hawai'i Department of Health

Assists individuals in applying for all types of Social Security benefits including retirement, disability, survivors benefits, Supplemental Security Income SSI and Medicare. Provides advice on rights and responsibilities under Social Security. Also Medicare is contracting with private companies to offer Medicare-approved drug discount cards. Accessibility: Barrier-free for disabled. Transportation: Rides not provided by agency. Insurance: N/A. Additional Phones: Claims for Medicare services rendered: HMSA Hospital, part A: 948-6247. Medical B part B: 1-800-444-4606. TDD: 1-800-288-7185. Medicare Questions & Medicare Approved Discount Cards: 1-800-MEDICARE 1-800-633-4227.   
Target Group:
Anyone who has or needs a Social Security number. Retirees, disabled, orphans and widowed.

Fees:
Free.

Application Process:
Walk-in or phone. Written application. Appointment required for some services. Need to bring birth certificate, medical card, identification, and death certificate when applicable.

Eligibility Requirements:
Varies depending upon type of benefits. Call for detailed information. 

ADAAccess:
Yes

Transportation:
No

Record last updated: Jan 17 2012 7:33PM
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  • One Main Plaza
    2200 Main St Suite 125
    Wailuku, HI 96793
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Phone Numbers

  • Main
    (800) 772-1213

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Languages

  • English.

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you suck
8/9/2013 12:00:46 PM

Re do it again
almost 65
1/29/2014 1:10:42 PM

Extremely short office hours... no local phone number given and the national phone number is an automated disaster. First time I tried it, I was told to expect a one hour wait. Second time I was told that they were too busy and I'd have to call back some other time... but to remember that they are busiest at the beginning of a month and the beginning of the week... I was calling at the end of the month and the middle of the week. Are you still using the government shutdown for your excuses? - pretty obvious that nobody is going to read this but other frustrated citizens.
 
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