Rep. Chu held a job fair in 2011 to help out-of-work constituents find new jobs.
My office works to connect my constituents with resources available to them as taxpayers. Please pick from the list of resources available below.
This page provides assistance for individuals seeking employment, including federal job resources and local state Worksource offices.
California has been hard hit by our nation’s foreclosure crisis. Foreclosures are hurting families and whole communities and it is impacting our country’s economic stability as a whole. This page provides you with federal and local resources to help you modify your home loan, including links to a database of HUD-approved loan modification counselors trained in foreclosure prevention assistance.
My office is very limited in what it can do to solve a constituent’s problems with immigration. However, there are a lot of great local organizations available where people can get free or low-cost assistance and legal advice with their immigration issues.
Congresswoman Chu is a member of the U.S. House Committee on Small Business and recognizes the important role that small businesses play in our economic recovery. The purpose of this section is to provide information for small businesses, including links to state and federal agencies dedicated to assisting businesses and entrepreneurs to secure loans, export their products and contract with the government.
Students can view various educational resources.
A link to HealthCare.Gov, the federal government’s main portal for information on the Affordable Care Act, also known as the Health Care Reform law, as well as links to local community clinics and other health care organizations in the 32nd District.
A comprehensive list of resources for veterans, from how to get medical benefits and qualify for a home loan to local facilities for veterans in and around the 32nd District.
Here you can find more information on how to get help with Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, as well as a list of senior centers throughout the 32nd District (listed by City).
Whether you are in kindergarten or preparing for college, this section is full of links for students and youth.
This page has resources for constituents who would like some help with learning the English. It includes a list of links to local Adult Education sites and ESL classes.
This page contains a list of local, state and federal government agencies, all in one convenient place.
State governments across the country are enacting laws making it much harder for as many as 5 million Americans to vote. Use this app to protect your voting rights!