Advisory: Manchin Mobile Office Hours
Senator Manchin directs his staff to travel to damaged counties and visit with flood-affected residents this week
Charleston, WV - Senator Manchin's representatives will be traveling the state this week, hosting special mobile office hours to assist flood-related victims.
"So many of our fellow West Virginians are in need, and I saw this first-hand as I traveled to the flood-affected areas over the last several days," Senator Manchin said. "To best serve West Virginians, I am deploying my staff to various locations throughout the state, so that those in need of help can get it from my office directly. My staff can explain how to begin the FEMA process, get your needs to the appropriate authorities, and will try to assist you with anything you need."
Senator Manchin’s representatives will have FEMA handouts and case materials to share with residents. West Virginians will be connected to specialized caseworkers in the Senator’s office that can provide help.
More hours and locations will be added daily in flood-impacted counties. If you’d like to request Manchin Mobile Office hours to assist with flood related issues in your community, please call 304-342-5855, message Senator Manchin on Facebook or email him at Manchinmobileoffice@manchin.senate.gov
Clendenin, Monday 12-4pm, I-79 Exit 19, West Side of I-79 Entrance Ramp alongside the Salvation Army Mobile Feeding Unit, (Representative is Sara Payne)
Charleston, Monday 12-4pm, Capital High School (Representative is Justin Ray)
Rainelle, Monday 12-4pm, Park Center, Kroger Parking Lot (Representative is Mike Browning)
White Sulphur Springs, Monday 12-4pm, Old White Motors, Monday 12-4pm (Representative is Erik Neville)
Alderson, Monday 12-4pm, Volunteer Fire Department (Representative is Mara Boggs)
Richwood Monday 12-4pm, The Moose (A representative will be present)
Ansted, Monday 12-4pm, Ansted Baptist Church (A representative will be present)
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