• 37,174,362
    Dollars Recovered for NY-18
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    Medals & Awards Returned to Vets
  • 9,023
    Constituent Cases Closed
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    Bills Signed Into Law

Maloney’s Newburgh Office Reopens

Jun 15, 2020
Press Release

Maloney’s Newburgh Office Reopens

Newburgh, NY – Today, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced his Newburgh office is now open to constituents, who make an appointment. His team will also continue to offer assistance remotely, through phone and virtual appointments for constituents across the Hudson Valley.

“As the Hudson Valley continues the process of reopening, my office will also open in-person to folks who need assistance cutting through government red tape. Safety comes first, so I encourage everyone to continue accessing help from my office virtually, online or by phone. We’re here to help, and look forward to continuing to safely serve New Yorkers in the Hudson Valley during the pandemic,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney.

Rep. Maloney’s office will accept scheduled appointments, which will be conducted one-at-a-time and with appropriate social distancing between staff and constituents. Masks will be required, and the office will provide masks to any visitors who do not have a mask. Hand sanitizer for all visitors will be available.

Constituents who would like to schedule an appointment can visit Rep. Maloney’s website and click GET HELP on the homepage, or call 845-561-1259.

Rep. Maloney’s office has a team of dedicated staff trained to help New Yorkers in the Hudson Valley who need assistance with federal pandemic assistance programs and other government-related issues. Rep. Maloney’s office can help with issues like:

  • Working with the Social Security Administration and Medicare
  • Accessing SNAP Benefits and nutrition assistance programs
  • Securing an economic impact payment from the IRS.
  • 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 loan through the Small Business Association
  • Applying for agriculture pandemic assistance or loans through the Department of Agriculture
  • Working with state and county governments

Due to federal law, his office can only assist people who are residents of New York’s 18th Congressional District.