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If you have questions about the Peace Corps, we are happy to answer them. Browse the contact information or send us a message using the email form below.

Peace Corps Headquarters

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Call to speak to a recruiter, an employee, or for other Peace Corps inquiries.

Paul D. Coverdell Peace Corps Headquarters 1111 20th St. NW Washington, DC 20526

Office of Volunteer Recruitment and Selection

Office of Third Goal and Returned Volunteer Services

Peace Corps Response Program

Global Health Service Partnership Program

Office of Inspector General

Peace Corps Office of Press Relations

Emergency Contact Information

Call our emergency 24-hour telephone number:

This line is staffed by the Peace Corps Counseling and Outreach Unit, who can

  • Notify a Volunteer of an emergency (e.g., critical illness or death of a family member)
  • Respond to family questions about a Volunteer's status
  • Supply an update about civil unrest or a natural disaster in the host country

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The types of work Volunteers do are ultimately determined by the needs of host countries and the potential of a Volunteer to contribute to these needs and to the Peace Corps mission.
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The most significant accomplishment will be the contribution you make to improve the lives of others. There are also tangible benefits, during and after service of joining in the Peace Corps.
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Our recruiters are here to help you! Whether you have a question about your application, requirements, or anything else, our recruiters have the answer.
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