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Locations to pick up paper Reemployment Assistance applications

The Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) released a paper version of the Reemployment Assistance application (also known as Unemployment Compensation).<br />(MGN).
The Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) released a paper version of the Reemployment Assistance application (also known as Unemployment Compensation).<br />(MGN).(WJHG)
Published: Apr. 17, 2020 at 11:27 AM CDT
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There are several location across Bay County to pick up a paper Reemployment Assistance applications.

Here is the full list:

-CareerSource Gulf Coast Job Center

-Bay County Public Library

-Breakfast Point Academy

-Callaway Elementary

-Cedar Grove

-Deane Bozeman School

-Hutchinson Beach Elementary

-Lynn Haven Elementary

-Merritt Brown Middle School

-Parker Elementary

-Patronis Elementary

-St. Andrews at Oakland Terrace

-Waller Elementary

-West Bay Elementary

Franklin County sites:

-Carrabelle City Hall

-Ards Service Station

The Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) released a paper version of the Reemployment Assistance application (also known as Unemployment Compensation) on April 3, and a mobile-friendly landing page on April 8, giving claimants five options to apply for benefits:

1. Online through the CONNECT system at floridajobs.org

2. Online through the new mobile-friendly landing page

This option is for individuals who do not already have an existing claim. Claimants cannot claim their weeks through this application.

3. Filling out and mailing in a paper application to DEO

4. Filling out a digital version of the application, downloading and printing the completed application and mailing it to DEO

5. By phone by calling 1 (800) 204-2418. This line is designated for customers who need help filing their claim and cannot do so online due to legal reasons, computer literacy, language barriers and/or disabilities.

The digital versions of the Reemployment Assistance application, available in English, Spanish and Creole, can be accessed by visiting the CareerSource Gulf Coast website.

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