These are challenging economic times in our communities. My job is to represent you in Washington and assist you at home. In addition to helping you with problems you may be having with federal agencies, my office wants to make sure you are aware of other resources.
Whether you are a displaced worker looking for employment, looking to make a career change, or looking for training opportunities to make you more competitive in our changing market,my District Office may be able to assist you.
Whether you are in need of assistance with prescription drug costs, in search of low cost health coverage for your child, or looking for free clinics in your area, my District Office may be able to assist you.
Our area has been hard it by the mortgage crisis. Whether you are searching for financial counseling, refinancing your mortgage, or resources that will assist in saving your home from foreclosure my District Office may be able to assist you.
My office has many resources for students. Whether you are applying for financial aid, completing a research project, or looking for opportunities in the Peace Corps, my District Office may be able to assist you.
My office has many resources for teachers. Whether you are searching for resources to use in your classroom, want to learn more about student loan forgiveness, or looking for information on teacher loan forgiveness.
My office has many resources for veterans. Whether you need to obtain medals, need assistance with the GI Bill, or looking for information on employment services, my District Office may be able to assist you.
On this page you can have fun while learning important things about how your government works, its history, and many things in Washington, DC. Click on the links to explore.
Each month I film an episode of Congressional Connector TV which airs on local government access cable channels. The program is meant to advance a discussion on the important issues facing Michigan residents and our nation as a whole.