To file PA unemployment biweekly claim online or by telephone, you need to have PA unemployment phone number ready. The most significant phone number is PAT, Pennsylvania Teleclaims, phone number, which you can call and file claim.
PA Unemployment Phone Number- PTA Phone Number
If you live in the local calling area of a PA unemployment compensation service center, call the number for your area listed below. Persons de habla Hispana pueden usar la version de PA Teleclaims (PAT) en Espanol llamando a 1-877-888-8104.
Allentown: (610) 821-6659
Altoona: (814) 941-6849
Duquesne: (412) 267-1494
Erie: (814) 878-5700
Indiana: (724) 599-1004
Lancaster: (717) 299-7560
Philadelphia: (215) 560-1978
Scranton: (570) 562-4800
Scranton TTY: (570) 562-4870
If you are a TTY user, you can use PAT to file your claims and obtain information by calling PAT at our TTY number: 1-888-411-4PAT (4728). If you are not using a TTY device to contact PAT, you should not use this telephone number. This number works only for users of TTY devices. If none of the areas above is a local call for you, call the toll-free PAT number, 1-888-255-4728.
PA Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Claim Phone Number
Detailed information about supplemental unemployment benefits can be obtained from the pamphlet UCP-8, State Unemployment Compensation and Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Plans, which is available thru the Claims Information Center, at (717) 783-3140, or TTY (for deaf or hard of hearing): 1-800-577-7216.
PA Unemployment Compensation Service Center Phone Number
If you have filed an application for unemployment compensation benefits within the last year, and have a specific question about your claim or your eligibility, call the unemployment compensation service center:
1-888-334-4046 TTY (deaf or hard of hearing)
PA unemployment compensation service center telephone services are available from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. each work day and Sundays 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. If you have not filed an application for unemployment compensation benefits within the last year, and have general questions about unemployment compensation or you have questions about your UC-1099G (Statement for Recipients of PA UC Payments) provided for income tax purposes, browse thru our Web site or call the Claims Infor