If you encounter a problem when dealing with the government, from a pothole to a missed Social Security check, there is help available. You simply need to find the official in charge who can address the problem.
At E-The People you can find local officials by your zip code or keyword. E-The People will forward your note to him or her. If the official doesn't have Internet access, they'll convert your e-mail to a fax! This site makes it incredibly easy to voice your concern to more than 170,000 officials in local, state and federal government.
If you want to lodge a complaint or an opinion to an elected official, you can use Congress.org to e-mail officials at the federal level.
Check out GovSpot's File a Complaint to learn how to file a complaint about products, environmental violations and more with the government.
If you're still searching for a solution, don't give up. The FCIC National Contact Center can answer your questions about benefits, programs and services. Call the toll-free hotline at (800) 688-9889 (TTY 1-800-326-2996) between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern time. Trained staff can answer your question or direct you to someone who can.