Free Catalog from US Government
Frosina regularly produces Advisories that might help Albanians and others obtain useful information either free of charge or at low cost. Typically, these Advisories offer a wide range of useful information and aids covering a variety of topics as shown by the most recent one just below:
A Frosina Information Network Advisory
WINTER 2008-2009 Consumer Information Catalog
Free and Low-cost information from U.S. Government
Albanians and other newcomers to the USA can receive a FREE copy of the WINTER 2008-2009 Consumer Information Catalog from the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides information about Health - Cars - Housing - Food and MUCH MORE useful data in the form of individual booklets by sponsoring federal agencies and offices including the following only partial listings under each category:
HEALTH - "High Blood Pressure - Medicines to Help You," "How to find medical information," "Over the counter drugs," "Mammograms," "Cell Phones"
DRUGS AND HEALTH AIDS - "Buying Contact Lens Online or by Mail," "Smoking - Medicines to Help You," "Medicine and Pregnancy"
CARS - "Buying a Used Car," "Nine Ways to Lower Your Auto Insurance Costs"
FOOD - "Food Safety for Seniors," "Listeria," "Revealing Trans Fats"
And much more helpful information!
Over 125 booklets are free of charge (except for a $2.00 service fee to accompany an order)with other costs beginning at 50 cents and up per booklet. Multiple copies of some free titles are also available - call toll-free 1-888-878-3256 for more information.
INTERNET: View Catalog listings by punching in Federal Citizen Information Center at www.pueblo.gsa.gov, order publications online, save the $2.00 service fee!
For a FREE copy of the WINTER 2008-2009 Consumer Information Catalog,
please write to:
PO Box 100
Pueblo, CO 81002
The Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC) was established to help Federal agencies and departments develop, promote, and distribute useful consumer information to the public. One of the ways to do this is by publishing a new Consumer Information Catalog four times a year. Each quarter, FCIC searches out the best new consumer publications and reviews those already listed in the Catalog for accuracy.