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 Senate Constituent Services

 
​​The Rhode Island Senate is available to help Rhode Islanders with their needs, whether it is finding out about State services or looking for an internship.

The Office of Constituent Services acts as a liaison between the Senate and various state departments. The professionals in the office are available to assist constituents who need help in dealing with various government agencies, such as finding subsidized housing or insurance coverage.

The office can help with human services needs, elderly affairs, environmental and transportation issues, etc. Often, people don’t know what government programs may be available to them. The Office of Constituent Services does know and is anxious to assist.

To contact the Office of Constituent Services, e-mail: jbaxter@rilin.state.ri.us, or call (401) 276-5556.

Click here to learn more about internships: http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/internoffice/

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