United Way 2-1-1

Program Description

Whether you need to find daycare for your child, get financial assistance for a utility bill, find a mental health counselor to help you in a crisis, or connect with any other kind of community service, you'll find all the answers you need by calling 2-1-1. Or, if you are able to help others by donating your time as a mentor or volunteer or by donating food, clothing, toys, furniture, etc.

Services

  • Aging & Disability Services: Alzheimer's resources, Disability services, Senior services/elder care, Transportation assistance
  • Child Care: After-school programs, Child care/health services, Parenting education programs
  • Food Assistance: Donating food, Food pantries, Soup kitchens
  • Health Assistance: Family counseling, Health care/insurance, HIV/AIDS testing, Suicide prevention
  • Home/Shelter Assistance: Shelter resources, Emergency shelter, Homelessness, Housing or rent assistance
  • Substance Abuse: Counseling, Crisis intervention, Substance abuse programs
  • Gambling Addiction: Problem gambling
  • Utility Assistance: Energy/utility assistance, Financial assistance
  • Other: Legal assistance: Transportation assistance, Veterans services

Eligibility

  • Eligibility varies. Click here for additional information regarding eligibility requirements.

How To Apply

  • Click here for additional information regarding program application requirements.


Contact Info

United Way 2-1-1


About United Way 2-1-1

2-1-1 is the fastest and easiest way to get information when you need it. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One call gives you access to resources across your community, whether you need ... MORE

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