211 Network Regions

The Oregon and Southwest Washington 211 Network is a coordinated service that is fueled by local partners.

In Portland, 211info fields calls from across the service area, collaborating with regional partners to keep information current and accurate.

Don't forget to sign up for regional email updates by clicking here.

Community Action of Washington County is the Oregon 211 Network regional partner. The United Way of the Columbia-Willamette is a strategic partner in the region. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

211info is the lead organization in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties. Clackamas County Social Services is our partner in Clackamas County. The United Way of the Columbia-Willamette is a strategic partner in the region. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

211info serves Clark and Skamania counties in Washington state.  211info is the lead organization in Southwest Washington. We partner with Clark County Department of Community Services and the Washington Information Network 211. The United Way of the Columbia-Willamette is a strategic partner. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

Central Oregon 211 (CO211) operates in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties.

The United Way of Lane County is the lead organization in Lane County. To learn more and find out about volunteer opportunities visit:  www.unitedwaylane.org. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

Service is made possible by a partnership between Yamhill County Commission on Children and Families and United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

The United Community Action Network and the Greater Douglas United Way are the local lead organizations. Service is made possible thanks to a grant from The Ford Family Foundation.

211 service is made possible by the United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

211 launched in Hood River, Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco June 2011. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

In June 2011, 211 launched in Hood River, Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco. If you have programs or resources you'd like to promote on this page email contact@211info.org. Having technical issues dialing 211? Read this FAQ.

Welcome residents of Coos and Curry counties to the Oregon 211 Network! Now you can dial 211 toll-free for health and community service resource information. You can also search for resources here. 

Welcome residents of Jackson County to the Oregon 211 Network! Now you can dial 211 toll-free for health and community service resource information. You can also search for resources here. 

211 service is now available in Umatilla and Morrow counties! Service is made possible thanks to a grant from The Ford Family Foundation. If you are interested in adding your agency to the community database or getting involved with 211 contact Emily Berndt.

211 service is now available in Klamath and Lake counties! Service is made possible thanks to a grant from The Ford Family Foundation. If you are interested in adding your agency to the community database or getting involved with 211 contact Emily Berndt