Los Angeles

Social Security Disability in Los Angeles

The Federal Government offers financial assistance through two federal disability programs, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

To qualify for Social Security Disability in Los Angeles disability claimants must have worked jobs covered by Social Security and paid enough in payroll taxes to be considered “insured”. Social Security Disability Insurance in Los Angeles is only offered to those who are considered disabled by the Social Security Administration and who are unable to work for at least 12 continuous months due to a severe medical condition. Los Angeles SSDI claimants may also receive Medicare coverage 24 months after the onset date of disability. Los Angeles Social Security Disability claimants may also receive dependent benefits which may be paid to certain family members.

If you have not worked or have not worked outside of the home, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may be offered to Los Angeles claimants if the Social Security Administration decides they are blind, aged or disabled and their resources and income are below the levels allowed by the SSA. Los Angeles Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claimants may also be eligible for Medicaid, in most states, at the time of approval.

Claimants applying for Social Security Disability benefits in Los Angeles, California, or any of the surrounding cities such as: Inglewood, Hawthorne, Southgate, El Monte, Downey, Glendale or Burbank, California, may contact the Social Security Administration by:

  • Calling them at 1-800-772-1213
  • Visiting them online at www.socialsecuirity.gov
  • Visiting a Los Angeles Social Security Administration Regional Office. The nearest Los Angeles regional Social Security Office can be found by visiting the Social Security Administration’s website office locator site. If you enter your zip code in on this page it will display the closest office to you in your area.

Los Angeles, California, is in the San Francisco Region which services Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The San Francisco region has 162 local Social Security Administration offices with 17 Disability Determination Services offices.

After you contact the Social Security Administration’s Office and complete the Social Security Disability application they will send it to the appropriate Social Security Administration Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. Each request for a hearing is processed by one of our 21 hearing offices. The address, location, phone number for the office in Los Angeles is listed below:

The Social Security Administration Office of Disability Adjudication and Review which services Los Angeles and other nearby areas is located at:

Los Angeles West ODAR Office
12121 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 400
Los Angeles, California
Phone: (866) 748-2089
Fax: (310) 479-3370

Los Angeles Downtown ODAR Office
City National Bank Building
606 South Olive Street Suite 1200
Los Angeles, California
Phone: (213) 894-2669
Fax: (213) 894-2595

Social Security Field Offices for Los Angeles and the surrounding cities include:
1115 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
(213) 746-3093

6730 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
(323) 965-3828

240 N Breed St
Los Angeles, CA
(323) 265-0114

3836 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
(213) 739-0310

11000 Wilshire Blvd # 10203
Los Angeles, CA
(310) 235-7400

2600 Wilshire Blvd # 101
Los Angeles, CA
(213) 252-7600

6303 Rugby Ave
Huntington Park, CA
(323) 583-1845

710 S Central Ave Ste 320
Glendale, CA
(818) 507-4728

2216 W Beverly Blvd
Montebello, CA
(323) 888-8766

900 S Garfield Ave
Alhambra, CA
(626) 683-3253

230 E Spruce Ave
Inglewood, CA
(310) 215-2496

171 E Compton Blvd
Compton, CA
(310) 603-2215

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