UPDATE: Pappas Office Open for Phone and Online Assistance
MANCHESTER, NH - Today, Congressman Chris Pappas (NH-01) announced that his offices in New Hampshire and Washington would remain open for essential constituent services with staff switching to telework. Constituents should contact the office by phone or online at pappas.house.gov for assistance.
“My office is taking the necessary steps to do our part to help lower the infection rate of coronavirus and lessen the pressure on our health care system, while continuing to provide uninterrupted constituent services to the First District,” said Congressman Pappas. “Our staff will telework and continue duties without interruption, and we are transitioning meetings and public events to phone calls and video conferences. To ensure consistent constituent service, support, and the flow of information to the First District, we will conduct additional digital outreach via Virtual Town Halls, Telephone Town Halls, email newsletters, and other remote and online outreach efforts in the coming weeks. It remains my utmost priority to be accessible and available to Granite Staters and to assist constituents in every way possible while ensuring that we follow the best guidance from experts and officials to safeguard public health.”
Constituents are encouraged to continue to reach out to Congressman Pappas’s office for help with the federal government including veterans benefits, Social Security and Medicare, IRS, and visa and immigration questions by calling the numbers listed below or visiting https://pappas.house.gov.
Dover Office - (603) 285-4300
Manchester Office - (603) 935-6710
Washington, DC Office - (202) 225-5456
State of New Hampshire Information: https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/2019-ncov.htm
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
2-1-1 information: If you are a Granite Stater who has questions or concerns about the coronavirus, its impact in New Hampshire, and precautions you should take - you can call the state’s 24/7 hotline by dialing 2-1-1.