United States Congressman Scott DesJarlais (TN-04) will again offer local office hours in Tennessee’s Fourth Congressional District through his mobile office this month.
Congressional staff will be available at the Moore County American Legion Building on Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. until noon to assist individuals with a variety of constituent services and casework.
Staff will be on hand to provide Fourth District residents with a variety of constituent services, including help in dealing with federal programs and agencies.
Among the issues that DesJarlais’ staff can assist with are Social Security, disability, Medicaid and Medicare benefit problems; Worker’s compensation claims, problems with federal unemployment payments; VA claims and military service problems; SBA loan applications; FMHA, FHA, and VA home loan application problems; Disaster assistance, regulation compliance, and federal grant application problems; and IRS tax problems.
For more information on local office hours contact Isiah Robinson (931) 205-3767.
According to DesJarlais, providing the best possible constituent services is a top priority. To assist in that effort, the congressman has set up four district offices located in Columbia, Cleveland, Murfreesboro and Winchester.