The best method to contact your local unemployment office will depend on your city and state, but a helpful starting point is the United States Department of Labor's DL Services by Location webpage at DOL.gov. This database provides a helpful, comprehensive list of labor-related links for every state.
In the DOL.gov database, each state's unemployment office webpage can be found under the "Apply for Unemployment Benefits" category. Simply click on the appropriate link for your state to learn more. For example, if you live in Anchorage, you can scroll down to Alaska and click on the link, "Apply for Unemployment Benefits in Alaska." You will be directed to Alaska's labor-related office webpage, where you can easily find specific unemployment offices across the state.
To make your search easier, keep in mind that labor-related departments and offices can have different names depending on where you live. For example, in Alaska, labor offices fall under the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development and are called "job centers." In Colorado, though, unemployment offices fall under the Department of Labor and Employment, and labor offices are called "workforce centers." Knowing your state's unique lingo helps you find accurate information more easily.
Once you've found your local unemployment office's contact information, take advantage of all that is offered there. Unemployment offices can help in many more ways than just paying out unemployment benefits. If you've lost your job or are searching for a new one, you can use the DOL.gov webpage, along with that of your state, to sign up for free benefits, like job training, interview practice, skills assessments, and networking opportunities.