Cicilline stepped in to help

Woonsocket Call
Friday, October 24, 2014

Letter to the Editor:

One year ago, I was recovering from a medical issue which caused me to be hospitalized. While in the hospital, I lost my apartment and most of my possessions and important paperwork.

I needed to retrieve copies of important documents. I was having particular difficulty in getting my military paperwork, and decided to seek the assistance of Congressman Cicilline's office.

I was given an appointment within the week. I met with the congressman's staff and they presented as professional and caring. They asked me what they could do to help me. Within one month, I had my military paperwork and began to stabilize my living environment.

I now have my own apartment and I am seeking employment and educational opportunities in the community.

Thank you congressman, and many thanks to your staff for all of the help they provided me.

Bob Larkin

Pawtucket, RI

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