Social Security Office in Chicago Heights, IL

You can reach Social Security Office in Chicago Heights, Illinois at the following street address and contact number, as well as using directions below. Please, share your experience about visiting this office, provide a review using the form at the end of this page.


104 S Halsted Street
60411, Chicago Heights, Illinois

Phone: National Toll-Free : 1-800-772-1213 TTY: 1-800-325-0778
Worktime: Monday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Except Federal Holidays
Directions: Located On West Side Of Halsted At 197th-near Intersection Of Halsted And Vollmer Road.
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Chicago Heights, IL, USA
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104 S Halsted Street60411, , Chicago Heights, Illinois

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Wanda E. Rys wrote on 02.09.2021 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I want to change my bank account
number and I have had no luck making
an appointment on line to see someone to help me. Can you tell me what to do?
Wanda Rys

Chantal J-B McLAUGHLIN wrote on 23.04.2019 and gave a rating 5 of 5:

I was at the office on 4/18/19 I had the pleasure to meet a wonderful gentlemen Mr Deven Williams he waited on me his services was impeccable . Thank you again Mr D Williams . Chantal J-B McLaughlin

Tasia B Young wrote on 12.06.2018 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I think this social security office is the worst place my mother ever tried getting info. from. Social security is taking my mother's money and no one wants to sit down with us and find out whats going on. They don't want to help with paperwork. Also, the lady supervisor is very rude and the workers are not very informational. they don't seem to know their Job!!! the wait time is ridiculous!! The worst place ever!!!!

Pastor Carl Johnson wrote on 06.04.2017 and gave a rating 5 of 5:

I had a wonderful experience in your office just before Christmas. Your Office Manager wanted to hand me an envelope with some cash for food, but I insisted that she instead should find a needy child and buy a Christmas present to brighten that child's life. She is a remarkable person, although I do not recall her name.

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