Contacting Your Congressman

If you have problems getting your medical records, or with your application for SSDI, you can contact your local Congressman for assistance. They are there to help you.

Each State has Districts belonging to the Congressmen. You can find your local Congressman's address in the front of your Telephone Book. Their District number, address, email address, and telephone number are listed there.

If you request that they write a letter to someone on your behalf, be sure to request a copy of the letter for your files. This is what you elected your Congressman for.

You can also find your Congressman's address at U.S. House of Representatives

- The only personal addresses at are the following:

First Lady
Vice President

-- On October 20, 1994, President Clinton and Vice President Gore increased the accessibility of government information by opening a World Wide Web home page called "Welcome to the White House: An Interactive Citizens' Handbook". This new WWW service provides a single point of access to all electronic government information on the Internet. "Welcome to the White House" can be accessed at:

White House

-- On January 5, 1995, The House of Representatives also established a new World Wide Web site for electronic access to bills before Congress (and other legislative data). Access the House Web site at:

House of Representatives Website

-- Click the link below to access your State Senator :

US Senate Website

-- White House documents and publications are available by email. To receive instructions, please send a message to the following address (**do not "reply" to the memo you are now reading**):