After gave DHS the information she wanted I didn’t hear anything else
Q) I’m not sure who is on my case but after gave DHS the information she wanted I didn’t hear anything else. Can someone please help me. It’s been a good 4 months.
A) If you recently had a case with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and haven’t heard anything in 4 months, it may be helpful to reach out to them directly to inquire about the status of your case. Here are a few steps you can take:
- Call the DHHS office: Try to call the office where you submitted your information and ask to speak with someone who is working on your case.
- Check your case status online: Some DHHS offices have an online portal where you can check the status of your case. Check the DHHS website for more information.
- Send an email or letter: If you are unable to reach the DHHS office by phone, you can try sending an email or letter to the office asking for an update on your case. Make sure to include your name, case number (if you have one), and contact information.
If you still have trouble getting a response from DHHS after trying these steps, you may want to consider reaching out to your elected representative for assistance. They may be able to help you get in touch with the DHHS and find out what is causing the delay in your case.
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