The office has a budget of about $200,000 a year and two full-time employees.
Organizers in charge of the facilities working in Washington, D.C., said that work is being done when people in need call the number listed on the door.
They could not explain why the sign says it's closed for meetings but did confirm there is a rat infestation.
People in search of assistance must call the number on the door to speak to the employees.
Rodriguez is concerned that with the doors closed, the services provided may not be adequate.
“They are collecting money from government of Puerto Rico and there's no service being provided to the community,” he said.
Beyond that, there are many boxes of donated food that were earmarked for Puerto Rico that may go to waste.
The donations were delivered in September, but the office could not afford to send the food to Puerto Rico.
The new plan was to distribute it to evacuees now living in Florida, but with a rat infestation, that may not be an option.