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Workers need to contact the unemployment office in Missouri if there is a sudden shift in income. The unemployment office, under the charge of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DOLIR), provides financial aid to residents of the state in need. According to the MO unemployment office, residents must meet eligibility requirements, some of which include proof of identity, proof of residency and work history. Information about unemployment also extends to victims of natural disasters like flooding who may be eligible for relief. Other qualified residents include spouses of active military or veterans who were recently discharged. Offices can provide unemployment information including how to apply for unemployment benefits, payment methods, debit cards or support extending beyond financial compensation. Missouri Residents in need of finding new work will find useful information about unemployment services such as the jobs placement program. Other unemployment information such as compensation amount, benefit duration, reporting fraud and repayment of overpayment is available by contacting DOLIR representatives. Applicants who want specific information pertaining to their claim should also contact an office directly.
Missouri Unemployment Resources
Appealing Denied Benefits
Contact the unemployment office in Missouri via one of the methods provided below:
To File a New Report or Reopen a Claim
Jefferson City: (573) 751-9040
Kansas City: (816) 889-3101
St. Louis: (314) 340-4950
Springfield: (417) 895-6851
Toll-Free: (800) 320-2519
Division of Employment Security
PO Box 59
Jefferson City, MO 65104-0059
FAX: (573) 751-9730