United Way 211, is an easy-to-remember phone number that links people in need to local resources. When you call 211, you will speak with a live trained information and referral specialist who will provide you with referrals. By maintaining an accurate database of public and community-based resources, 211 can connect you to basic services - 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and even during a disaster. Additionally, you can use the online service directory for resources near you.
Here are just a few of the ways to connect with help through United Way 211:
- Food, shelter & clothing
- Opioid Abuse
- Abuse/Neglect prevention & protection
- Rent/Utility/Financial assistance
- Crisis Intervention services
- Job training
- Transportation assistance
- Educational programs
- Home health care
- Quality childcare
- Family resource centers
- Volunteer opportunities
- And much more...
Check out our Directory of Services. This resource will provide fast access to a database of community services in order to provide information about issues such as food, shelter, clothing, abuse/neglect prevention and protection, rent/utility assistance, elderly services, disease support groups, counseling, education, children/youth services, and much more.
We can’t provide our referral services without our direct service community partners. We want to help you get your program information into the community. If you are looking to update or add services to our 2-1-1 database, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.