United Way of the Eastern Panhandle believes that every person, family and community should have access to what they need to have a stable, healthy life—to thrive, rather than to just survive.
Funded in part by United Way of the Eastern Panhandle, 211 is a vital service that connects thousands to help every year. With one toll-free call, text or online request to 211, anyone in need can have real-time access to free and confidential connections to everything from health care and housing to food and crisis assistance—and more. The resource specialists at 211 are available 24/7.
The trained 211 specialists listen, identify underlying problems, and connect people in need with resources and services in our community that can provide support such as:
- Stable housing and utilities payment assistance
- Supplemental food and nutrition programs
- Medical and mental health care
- Employment and education services
- Childcare and family services
- Legal assistance
- Health care and insurance assistance
- Addiction prevention and rehabilitation programs
- Crisis and emergency counseling
- Disaster relief
- Senior services
- Financial coaching
- Disability resources
- Veterans services
- Youth programs
- And more
211 is for anyone. More than ever, unexpected challenges are part of all of our lives. When problems arise, 211 is a good resource to have in your back pocket. Best of all, the service is available to everyone, regardless of income level.
If you or someone you know needs help, please reach out to 211.
Call 2-1-1, text your zip code to 898-211, or visit wv211.org.