United Way's 2-1-1,
Serving Cuyahoga, Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Crawford, Geauga, Holmes, Huron, Lawrence, Marion, Medina, Portage, Van Wert, Wayne and Wyandot Counties
2-1-1 is a free community service you can use to get information about social, health and government resources
24 hours a day, every day. Simply dial 2-1-1 or browse our online directory below to find the resources you need.
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UNITED WAY 2-1-1 JOINS THE CITY OF CLEVELAND AND CUYAHOGA COUNTY IN RESPONDING TO PUBLIC CONCERNS ABOUT EBOLA
Greater Clevelanders are concerned about the spread of the Ebola virus after a nurse who has been diagnosed with the virus visited Akron last weekend. United Way 2-1-1 is on the front line with other Northeast Ohio emergency management and public health officials. United Way 2-1-1 callers will be triaged according to CDC guidelines and referred to the appropriate local resources
2014 OHIO GENERAL ELECTION
Early voting in Ohio started on October 7. Search using the words ABSENTEE or ELECTION INFORMATION to see hours, locations, and other details regarding voting early or on election day.
FLU VACCINES 2014
Find where vaccination against the flu is offered and when throughout our service area. Search using the words FLU VACCINES.
211 lists food resource in the communities we serve. Search using FOOD PANTRIES for food to take and make or SOUP KITCHENS for community meal programs. Resources display in order of distance from the zip code searched and tell what type food is available and when.
PROJECT DAWN OFFERS OPIATE ANTIDOTE KITS
Opiate addiction is a serious and growing problem in the state. Recently Ohio passed a bill allowing opiate users or their family or friends to receive free opiate overdose reversal kits and kit usage training. Find information on these life-saving kits under the Keyword ANTIDOTE.
Those eligible for BOTH Medicare AND Medicaid in selected counties now must receive services through single, selected providers. See if the program affects you by searching under Program Name MYCARE OHIO. Contact through the Ohio Department of Medicaid.