Social Security Office in Roswell, NM

You can reach Social Security Office in Roswell, New Mexico 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.

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Address:

Room 122, 500 N Richardson
88201, Roswell, New Mexico

Phone: Local Number : 1-866-563-9470 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: We Are In The Federal Building At The Corner Of 5th And Richardson One Block W. Of Bank Of America-handicapped Parking Is Available At The Back Of The Federal Building As Is The Handicapped Entrance. Street Park Ing Is Available To Others.
Routes:
N Richardson Ave0.3 mi - 1 min
Roswell, NM, USA
0.3 mi - 1 min
1. Head west on W 2nd St toward N Richardson Ave
417 ft
2. Take the 1st right onto N Richardson Ave
Destination will be on the left
0.2 mi
Room 122, 500 N Richardson88201, , Roswell, New Mexico

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Shahrom Hawley wrote on 30.12.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I spoke to a very rude representative today about a matter that could have cost me my benefits. We delayed in filing our annual spending report because with our new child and change of address, it was very difficult to accurately pinpoint our spending for 2015. We were told that if the paperwork wasn't filed by the end of December I would loose my benefits. My disability includes bipolar borderline personality and I have memory and anger issues as well. My trouble is that I was worried that I accidentally signed where my wife (representative payee) was supposed to sign and that she signed in the witness part. I know very well that if a government form is not filed properly it will not be considered valid. My wife and I were both tollerant of his annoying mannerisms and poor communication until he said "it's probably on someone's desk" AND HUNG UP. This was not satisfactory. I needed to know: "If the signatures got mixed up would I be given a chance to correct it before loosing my benefits (my wife is not employed, we have two children and my disability income is our only source of income.). I needed to know if the form could be located and corrected quickly with a nearby fax machine and initialing the document. I also wanted to know if my family qualified for and could apply for auxiliary income because we are just not making it. I called back, yelling and swearing, but I lowered my voice when I was asked to. This person claimed it was not him I spoke to, although I recognized his voice and he later tripped his own LIE up by saying he had spoken with my wife. At one point, the stress in my voice increased, but not to the level of yelling it had formerly been, and he threatened to hang up. I told him I'd just call again, and that if I lost my benefits I was going to go down to Roswell and give him a lot of trouble. He then asked if I was threatening him. Even though I was not threatening him, I told him that I am mentally ill and can say whatever the fuck I want. I have been to court for threatening someone before and the fact that my manic episodes include anger got me off assault charges. regardless, threats are only considered assault in New Mexico if they are made in person, and threats against federal officials are only legally considered threats if violence or criminal mischief is specified in the "threat." you have recorded the conversation, so I'm sure you can verify the whole thing. The "threat" I would have made, had I been calm enough to explain what I meant by "cause a lot of trouble" is that if I lost my benefits because of his poor performance, I would file every complaint in my power, up to and including speaking with an official representative of Senator Heinrich or Udall, and see to it that he was severely disciplined. There is very little work in Ruidoso that my wife can do, and certainly not well paid work. We rely on my government check and it is bad enough that there was no benefit increase last year and an increase of two dollar this year when I saw a bag of potato chips go from 50 cents to $1.38, and on top of that we have fucking Donald Trump and his bullshit to deal with (not that Hillary Clinton wasn't a threat to my disability income-- I believe she is actually far worse on social security.) I have been a civil rights activist in my spare time and I can promise you that Senator Heinrich has a very favorable opinion of the organization I volunteered to stuff envelopes for. So even if the rude pig I spoke to today is your top guy in that fucking building, he'd better be shitting his pants right now over whether I lose my benefits. I WILL cause the fucking bastard trouble, and I will do it legally and non violently, and that is not a threat, it is a PROMISE.

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