The Social Security Administration cannot provide you with an address of someone without his or her permission. A social security number (SSN) is a nine digit number which is issued to the U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and temporary residents of the U.S. The number allocated under section 205(c)(2) of the Social Security Act, is issued by the Social Security Administration.
Brought into existence at a time when the American people were still in the throes of the great depression, the social security act provided retirement benefits to elderly individuals who might otherwise have been forced to rely on the generosity and stability of their immediate and extended family members.
However, if you’ve had a friend, acquaintance, or family relation who has become sick or injured and, as a consequence, unable to work, you may be at least a little familiar with the programs and associate them with the broader safety net operated by the social security administration.
Also, documentation by the physicians of concentration impairments, and the inability to perform routine daily activities such as housework, shopping, and social functioning, are also factors considered by Social Security Administration decision makers.
If the application has been denied for medical reasons, you can submit the required Appeal Request and Appeal Disability Report online, which asks for updated information about your medical condition and treatment since the initial SSA decision was made.