211 is an easy-to-remember phone number that connects you with state Information and Referral services or the United Way.
Access non-emergency services with 211
211 connects citizens with state Information and Referral services or the United Way. Call 211 the next time you need to find out about how to get help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling, and more.
211 calls will be included in the allotted minutes based on your Phone calling plan.
Currently 211 dialing is available in the following areas. We are working to bring these services to additional areas and will update this page as additional areas become available. In some metro areas, 211 calls are directed to the United Way. You can also access information about Information and Referral online at 211.org.
Chicago, IL - Multiple counties
Grand Rapids, IN - Multiple counties
South Bend, IN
Kansas City, KS
Lansing, MI - Multiple counties
Saginaw, MI - Multiple counties
Upper Peninsula, MI - Multiple counties
Kansas City, MO - Multiple counties
St. Louis, MO - Multiple counties
Cleveland - Includes Chagrin Falls and Mentor, OH
Columbus, OH - Multiple counties
Dayton, OH - Multiple counties
Toledo, OH - Multiple counties
Youngstown, OH - Multiple counties
Oklahoma City, OK - Multiple counties
Tulsa, OK - Multiple counties
San Antonio, TX
Wichita Falls, TX
Corpus Christi, TX
Wisconsin - Multiple counties
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511 service for Phone 511 is an easy-to-remember number that connects you with Department of Transportation services.