The Social Security Administration (SSA) is committed to engaging the public. Our use of social media supports our mission to "deliver Social Security services that meet the changing needs of the public," and our vision to "provide the highest standard of considerate and thoughtful service for generations to come." Our website, Socialsecurity.gov, is just one online channel we use to reach our audience. The following is a directory of social media channels that help us reach a broader audience and engage citizens.
Our blog -- Social Security Matters -- gives readers information about a variety of topics, including our programs, online services, current events, and human-interest stories, usually in greater detail than typically shared on our other social media platforms. Our blog encourages discussion and offers important retirement and disability-related solutions.
This primary Facebook page is used to share information about our programs, policies, and services with our vast network of followers and advocacy groups. We also monitor and provide quick-turnaround responses to select questions and comments that people post.
We use this primary Google+ page to share information about our programs, policies, and services.
Connect and learn about the skills and expertise of your Social Security colleagues on LinkedIn; a professional social network.
This is the official Twitter account for the Office of Communications @SocialSecurity Administration HQ.
This is the official Twitter account for the Press Office.
This is the official Twitter account for the Office of External Affairs. This account is used to share information with advocacy groups, organizations, and third-parties.
We post informational videos and public service announcements (PSAs) on YouTube to help increase awareness of our programs and services and drive traffic to online services on socialsecurity.gov.
We use this Spanish-language Facebook page to share information about our programs, policies, and services for persons who prefer to do business with us in Spanish.
We use this Spanish-language Twitter page to share information about our programs, policies, and services for persons who prefer to do business with us in Spanish.
The Office of the Inspector General
The Beyond the Numbers blog is a platform to engage with the Office of the Inspector General.
This is the official Facebook page for the Office of the Inspector General of the Social Security Administration. It is a useful source of updates and information about fraud, waste and abuse relating to the Social Security Administration and its programs.
This is the official Twitter account of the Social Security Office of the Inspector General. It offers information on Social Security audits, investigations, and more.
This is the official Instagram page for the Office of the Inspector General of the Social Security Administration. It provides updates about the OIG’s efforts to detect and prevent Social Security fraud, waste, and abuse.
This collection of videos provides public service announcements and information on programs directed by the Social Security Office of the Inspector General.
Ticket to Work
The Choose Work Blog serves as a news forum for open communication with citizens receiving Social Security disability benefits, their families, friends, support networks, and anyone else involved in or interested in the Ticket to Work program or issues related to disability employment.
The purpose of this Facebook page is to disseminate information on the Social Security Administration’s Work Incentives, the Ticket to Work Program and Work Incentive Seminar Events (WISE). Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries and their families can learn about various opportunities to return to work.
The is the official Twitter account for the Social Security Administration's Ticket to Work Program. It provides complete information about disability employment.
This official channel of the Social Security Administration's Ticket to Work Program provides videos which help disability beneficiaries learn how they can return to work.