Happy National 211 Day!

Most people would consider an emergency a physical or mental ailment that requires immediate attention. What happens if the emergency can't be solved by a trip to the Emergency Room or a call to your doctor? That's where 2-1-1 can come into play. 211 is a service that can be accessed across America at no cost to the person or people asking for help. It can be dialed by telephone, toll-free, where a trained operator will assist in connecting people to services, and it can also be used online, at www.211kansas.org (locally) or www.211.org (nationally). If you have a need, 211 will help you find resources. Childcare, paying your bills, financial literacy and counseling, discounted and free youth programming, food assistance, shelter, and counseling are just a few of the many services that can be found through 211.

Call them today to see what they might be able to do for you.

Share the number with someone you know who may need extra help.

Click here for a printable flyer on 211.

Click here to download a sheet with 50 ways 211 helps.