The Arkansas Department of Workforce Services clarified the list of deadlines for disaster unemployment assistance (DUA) and announced that Lincoln County is now included.


Disaster unemployment assistance is available for residents impacted by the severe storms and flooding that occurred May 21 through June 14, according to a news release from ADWS.


DUA claims may be filed at the following DWS offices:


Filing Period from July 9 through Aug. 7:


Lincoln County — Pine Bluff Local Office, 1001 S. Tennessee St. (870) 534-1920;


Filing Period from through July 18:


Arkansas County — Pine Bluff Local Office, 1001 S. Tennessee St. (870) 534-1920;


Desha County — Monticello Local Office, 477 S. Main St. (870) 367-2476;


Dumas — Local Office, 130 W. Waterman (870) 382-1017;


Logan County — Fort Smith Local Office, 616 Garrison Ave., Room 101 (479) 783-0231


Pope County — Russellville Local Office, 104 S. Rochester Ave. (479) 968-2784


Filing Period through July 12:


Jefferson County — Pine Bluff Local Office, 1001 S. Tennessee St. (870) 534-1920;


Conway County — Russellville Local Office, 104 S. Rochester Ave. (479) 968-2784;


Crawford County — Fort Smith Local Office, 616 Garrison Ave., Room 101 (479) 783-0231;


Faulkner County — Conway Local Office, 1500 N. Museum Road, Suite 111 (501) 730-9894;


Perry County — Conway Local Office, 1500 N. Museum Road, Suite 111 (501) 730-9894;


Pulaski County — Little Rock Local Office, 5401 S. University (501) 682-8030;


Jacksonville — Local Office, #2 Crestview Plaza (501) 982-3835;


Sebastian County — Fort Smith Local Office, 616 Garrison Ave., Room 101 (479) 783-0231;


Yell County — Russellville Local Office, 104 S. Rochester Ave., (479) 968-2784.


A federal disaster declaration was previously issued designating Conway, Crawford, Faulkner, Jefferson, Perry, Pulaski, Sebastian, Yell, Arkansas, Desha, Logan and Pope counties as federal disaster areas. Lincoln County was added to the list.


Individuals who have temporarily lost jobs because of the disaster and do not qualify for regular unemployment insurance benefits (such as self-employed individuals) may be eligible for DUA, which provides unemployment benefits up to 28 weeks. The last possible week of compensation is the week ending Dec. 7, 2019, according to the news release.


Details: www.dws.arkansas.gov .