Updated: 2020-12-13 by
In response to the coronavirus outbreak, some states are imposing restrictions on people gathering in public locations. This may affect your ability to access physical offices of the the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training in person. Check Rhode Island's unemployment insurance agency website for more information. In some states, you can even contact the unemployment agency by snail mail. You can find the contact information for the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training in Guide to Filing an Unemployment Insurance Claim. The handbook lists the addresses and phone numbers to reach the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training if you have questions or you want to follow up on your claim for unemployment benefits.
You may also be interested in:
What you should know about collecting unemployment if you are out of work due to COVID-19.
Find out where you need to go to apply for unemployment benefits in Rhode Island and how to get help with the application process.
Learn the formula Rhode Island uses to calculate your unemployment benefits, as well as the minimum and maximum amounts you can collect.