You can contact us by: email, facebook, blog
One of the amazing things about Health Justice for Peace Corps Volunteers is that we have only a small core group of former Peace Corps volunteers and supporters, and yet we've managed to accomplish quite a bit. However, that doesn't mean that all the problems at the Peace Corps and Department of Labor have been solved.
We aren't part of the Peace Corps or Department of Labor. We can't change your case worker or get your claim approved. But we can listen and empathize with you and may be able to connect you with others who have experienced the frustrations of health issues and dealing with inefficient systems that you have. We are in contact with the Peace Corps and can often help you get assistance. Your emails to us are confidential, and you will need to give us permission if you want us to share anything personal with the Peace Corps.
If you would like to receive our confidential emails or join us in the struggle for improved health care for all volunteers, please email us at: [email protected]
Contact the Peace Corps:
If you have a health issue and would rather contact the Peace Corps directly, you can do that too.
- Currently serving PCVs should contact [email protected]
- Returned Peace Corps Volunteers should email [email protected]. The Post Service Unit phone line is also monitored Monday through Friday is 202-692-1540
There is also an emergency 24-hour crises hotline staffed by Peace Corps counseling and outreach staff: 855-855-1961 x1470/ 202-692-1470