Yesterday afternoon, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) held a Facebook Live Town Hall, and answered questions from New Yorkers about Congress’s recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, financial and food assistance programs available to New Yorkers, and ways his office can help constituents cut through government red tape.
Watch Rep. Maloney’s Facebook Live here:
“Digital and Telephone Town Halls are a great way for folks across the Hudson Valley to connect with me, and learn more about how my talented team of caseworkers can help families and small businesses cut through government red tape during the COVID-19 pandemic. I encourage everyone to sign up for my next Telephone Town Hall by visiting my website, or by calling my office. I am here to help,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney.
On Thursday at 3:30 p.m., Rep. Maloney will hold a Telephone Town Hall with a caseworker from his office. Constituents are encouraged to sign up through his website to be called (link below).
WHO: Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
WHEN: Thursday, April 2, 2020; 4:00 p.m.
CALL IN: Sign up to be called here: seanmaloney.house.gov/contact/telephone-town-hall-zip (MEDIA NOTE Press should RSVP for call-in number)
Maloney’s Caseworkers Can Help New Yorkers Cut Through Government Red Tape:
Rep. Maloney’s office has a team of dedicated staff trained to help New Yorkers in the Hudson Valley who need assistance cutting through government red tape. Rep. Maloney’s office can help with issues like:
- Working with the Social Security Administration and Medicare
- Accessing SNAP Benefits and nutrition assistance programs
- Connecting with doctors and medical staff at the VA
- Signing up for unemployment insurance
- Getting help from the State Department for international travelers
- Applying for a Disaster or Emergency Loan from the Small Business Association
- Working with state and county governments
For more information and to fill out a privacy release form, visit Rep. Maloney’s website and click GET HELP on the homepage, or call 845-561-1259. Due to federal law, his office can only assist people who are residents of New York’s 18th Congressional District.
More information about how to prevent, contain and treat the spread of the coronavirus can be found on Rep. Maloney’s website: seanmaloney.house.gov/coronavirus-emergency-response. Constituents can also sign up for email updates on the coronavirus and upcoming town halls by visiting seanmaloney.house.gov/contact.
New York State’s coronavirus hotline is: 1-888-364-3065. More information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can be found by visiting www.coronavirus.gov.