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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: Home Page
    Descriptive info: .. About.. Hurricane Sandy Resources.. Benefits of.. 2-1-1.. FAQ.. Nationwide Status.. Search for.. In 2012,.. services in the United States answered more than 15.. 8 million calls.. Find Your Local.. Service.. Every hour of every day, hundreds of people need essential human services - they are looking for training, employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addiction prevention programs for their teenage children, affordable housing options, support groups and ways of becoming part of their community.. allows people to give help  ...   community services and volunteer opportunities.. The implementation of.. is spearheaded by United Ways and information and referral agencies in states and local communities.. United Way Worldwide.. (UWW) and the.. Alliance for Information and Referral Systems.. (AIRS) are committed to providing national leadership so that every American has access to this essential service.. 2-1-1 Video Playlist.. What You Can Do.. Find out if 2-1-1 is available in your area.. Contact Your Local United Way.. Follow @211us.. Home.. |.. Contact Us.. Search.. Privacy Statement.. |..

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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: About
    Descriptive info: US.. is an easy-to-remember three-digit telephone number that brings people and services together.. And.. US is the entity that brings together the rich diversity of the national 2-1-1 movement.. The mission of.. US is to ensure that.. is Excellent, Everywhere and Always.. The rapid growth of.. during the first decade of development has transformed access to human services and  ...   is in its simplicity:.. is for everyone and can be remembered by everyone.. is free and confidential.. makes the entire human services sector at every level of government work more efficiently.. has proven itself time after time as an invaluable resource in the aftermath of a disaster.. is the number to call to give help and to get help..

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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: Hurricane Sandy Resources
    Descriptive info: Contact 2-1-1 in Your Area.. USE.. FOR GENERAL SANDY INFO,.. 9-1-1.. FOR EMERGENCIES,.. 5-1-1.. FOR ROADS.. If dialing ".. " is NOT working for you, then visit.. www.. 211.. org.. to find the 10-digit alternative number to the.. service in your area.. United Way Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund.. With leadership from United Way of New York City, United Ways along the Eastern Seaboard have established the.. to address near-term and long-term recovery needs of communities most affected by the hurricane.. Contributions to the Fund will be used by United Ways in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, DC and West Virginia to address  ...   use your phone to text RECOVERY to 52000 to make a $10 donation.. National Donations Management Network.. FEMA, the Aidmatrix Foundation and Corporate Sponsors have partnered to launch a virtual portal -.. National Donations Management Network.. - to allow companies or individuals to offer their support on-line to leading organizations in humanitarian relief.. FEMA.. GOV: Volunteer & Donate Responsibly.. The.. Volunteer & Donate Responsibly.. web page from FEMA provides simple but useful and important guides for volunteering and donating during times of disaster.. 2-1-1s in Affected Areas.. Connecticut.. Delaware.. District of Columbia.. Maine.. Massachusetts.. New Hampshire.. New Jersey.. New York City.. New York State.. North Carolina.. Rhode Island.. Virginia.. Vermont.. West Virginia..

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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: Benefits of 2-1-1
    Descriptive info: National Business Plans and Cost Benefit Studies.. Benefit/Cost Analysis of Aloha United Way s 211 Program.. Malama Consulting Group, Shidler College of Business/University of Hawaii Manoa (May 2009).. National Benefit/Cost Analysis.. Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, University of Texas at Austin.. National.. Business Plan.. United Way Worldwide/AIRS.. Nebraska.. Survey and Cost Benefit Analysis.. University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.. 50 Ways.. Works.. United Ways of Pennsylvania.. Potential Cost Savings to State Governments By Implementing 2-1-1.. Washington Information Network (WIN  ...   Access To.. 2-1-1 in Disasters.. 2-1-1, Recent Tornados, Floods and the Oil Spill in the Gulf.. 2-1-1 US.. Quotations from Emergency Responders.. : A Critical Tool In Times of Disasters.. Trial By Fire.. After The Storms.. Shelter from the Storm: The Monroe Experience.. Trial by Wind and Water: The Role of.. During the 2004 Florida Hurricanes.. Trial by Wind and Water: Executive Summary.. Value of.. in Disasters.. New York Times.. Calling 211: Enhancing the Washington Region s Safety Net After 9/11.. Brookings Institute Report..

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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: FAQ
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. What is.. ?.. How is United Way involved in.. How is.. funded?.. Cost Benefit Analysis.. is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers to information about critical health and human services available in their community.. reaches approximately 270 million people (90% of the total U.. S.. population) covering all 50 states (including 41 states with 90%+ coverage), the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.. Yet, millions of Americans still need to be connected.. America needs.. to be accessible nationwide.. As the number of organizations providing specialized services is on the rise, people find it frustrating and confusing to access community services.. provides a one-stop service for vital information.. While services that are offered through.. vary from community to community,.. provides callers with information about and referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis.. For example,.. can offer access to the following types of services:.. Basic Human Needs Resource.. : food banks, clothing, shelters, rent assistance, utility assistance.. Physical and Mental Health Resources.. : medical information lines, crisis intervention services, support groups, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention, rehabilitation, health insurance programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health, children s health insurance programs.. Employment Support.. : unemployment benefits, financial assistance, job  ...   connect with health and human services and volunteer opportunities.. United Way Worldwide has declared February 11th as National.. Day.. United Ways have a long-standing tradition of commitment to funding information and referral (I&R) services in their respective communities.. 2-1-1 and its goal to contribute vital information that benefits individuals and communities mirrors the mission of the 1,400 United Ways nationwide to better people s lives.. centers have various funding sources -- local United Ways, community foundations, Federal, state and local government funds.. United Way Worldwide commissioned a study to assess the expected costs and anticipated benefits of a nationwide.. system.. Completed in December, the University of Texas Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources concluded the following:.. When an individual seeks information or referral services for which they have little or no prior knowledge or experience, dialing.. is much simpler than other options.. General information systems, such as 4-1-1, provide information that is too general in nature to be very useful and may charge a fee.. As a one-stop shop for social services,.. would ultimately save Americans millions of dollars in taxpayer money.. A national service of this type is estimated to provide $1.. 1 billion in net value to society over the next 10 years..

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  • Title: 2-1-1 US: Nationwide Status
    Descriptive info: As of February 2013,.. serves over 283 million Americans (90.. 6% of the entire population) covering all 50 states plus Washington DC and Puerto Rico (39 states plus DC and PR enjoy 100% coverage).. As of August 2012, more than 19 million Canadians -- more than 56% of the population -- have access to.. services.. Canada.. from more information.. This.. map.. shows the extent of.. coverage in the United  ...   If you cannot find information here about your particular state or if you have new information to share, please send us an.. email.. Alabama.. Alaska.. Arizona.. Arkansas.. California.. Colorado.. Florida.. Georgia.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Kansas.. Kentucky.. Louisiana.. Maryland.. Michigan.. Minnesota.. Mississippi.. Missouri.. Montana.. Nebraska.. Nevada.. New Mexico.. New York.. North Dakota.. Ohio.. Oklahoma.. Oregon.. Pennsylvania.. Puerto Rico.. South Carolina.. South Dakota.. Tennessee.. Texas.. Utah.. Washington.. Wisconsin.. Wyoming..

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