Do you need help navigating a federal agency? Sometimes it can be difficult to understand the complicated network of regulations and the office can assist you.
This information page, prepared by the Congressional Research Service for Members of Congress, gives guidance and key links to information on Federal Grants and non-financial assistance, as well as private foundation funding.
Looking for a way to commemorate a special occasion? Click here to find out how to have a flag flown over the Capitol and sent to you.
Visiting Washington, DC
If you are planning a trip to Washington, DC, click here to find out how to request tickets to visit various DC sites, and to learn more information about other attractions in and around our nation’s capital.
Rosa offers internships in her Washington, DC and Connecticut offices to students who are interested in learning more about the workings of Congress and the federal government. Click here to find out how to apply.
Financial Aid information and resources for students.
U.S. Service Academy Nominations
High school students in the Third Congressional District may request a nomination to a service academy from Rosa. Click here to learn more about the nomination process.
Assistance for Service Members and Their Families
It is sometimes more difficult for the families of Reserve and National Guard personnel to access the same facilities and support networks that are provided to the families of other active duty servicemen and women. This page is intended to serve as a services center for those service members and their families.
Military Assets Requests
The Armed Forces of the United States are able to support community events by providing assets such as bands, color guards, and aviation. While the Armed Forces strive to support all requests, there are certain requirements which must be met prior to approval.
Resources for People with Disabilities
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides comprehensive nondiscrimination protection for individuals with disabilities in employment, public services, public accommodations, transportation, and telecommunications, as well as services operated by private entities.
The New Haven office can provide constituents with public documents such as copies of recent legislation, House or Senate committee reports, or reports from the Library of Congress.
White House Greetings Requests
The White House will send greeting cards signed by the President of the United States to commemorate special events, accomplishments or milestones free of charge to U.S. citizens. To request a greeting card from the President, please contact the New Haven or Washington, DC offices.