Food: 211 Food offers access to emergency food resources through the Commodity Supplemental Food program, food pantries, food stamps/SNAP and food kitchens. They also connect people to meals through child/adult care food programs, nutrition sites, farmer’s markets and food distribution sites.

Mental Health: 211 Mental Health offers mental health care and psychiatric services referral through adult residential treatment, community mental health, home based mental health, psychiatric hospitals, psychiatric inpatient units and specialized treatment.

Healthcare: 211 Healthcare offers assistance and resources for payment and insurance and prevention and treatment through Medicaid, Medicare, Medical Expense Assistance, community clinics, dental care and specialized treatments.

Housing: 211 Housing offers emergency housing and ongoing housing resources. Some of their resources and programs include domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, transitional housing, mortgage payment assistance, rent payment assistance and home purchase counseling.

Transportation: 211 Transportation connects users with resources for ride and transit options. 211 offers resources for disability related transportation, family prison visits, medical appointments transportation, public transit and ride sharing services.

Income: 211 Income support connects people with resources regarding employment and financial literacy. Resources include career counseling, jobcorps, credit counseling and financial management.

Utility Assistance: 211 Utility Assistance offers aid resources for utility disconnection prevention, gas service payment, electric service assistance and heating fuel payment assistance.