An extra level of service

211info's special projects allow us to serve targeted populations and offer an extra layer of support and guidance. 


 

Every child is different. They come with unforeseen blessings and challenges. For the moments that puzzle parents, 211info Family is here. We listen. We respond. We connect.

Our in-house child development specialist will answer questions from parents and caregivers with children birth to eight years old. Behavioral strategies, school readiness and family stress are all common yet complex issues. We're here to help provide guidance in the early stages of a child's journey. 

Click here to learn more about the 211info Family program. 

 


 

Health includes both medical services and a higher quality of life. 211info is leveraging our community services expertise and expanding our role in the health care system to meet the needs of our clients. 

Whether you need information about women and children's health programs or reproductive and sexual health resources, 211info can help. It’s free, live and confidential.

Click here to learn more about the 211info Health program.

 


 

Some veterans, active duty, guard and reserve members and their families face incredible challenges: hunger, addiction, mental health issues, suicide, and broader family impacts of poverty. And those facing the most difficult challenges do not always know where to turn.

211info provides military-specific web and text messaging services and leverages information about more than 5,000 health and social services that are available to the public.

Click here to learn more about the 211info Military & Veterans program.

 


 

Stable housing is one of the most important factors for a healthy and productive life.  

211info has multiple services to assist people facing housing challenges. We operate HousingConnections.org - a website that lists affordable housing options in the Portland Metro area. 

Starting in September 2012, we began providing phone support services for OregonHomeownerSupport.gov. Through this effort we will connect people with housing counselors and mediation services and answer questions about difficulties in home ownership. 

 


 

Komen Oregon & SW Washington and 211info are committed to increasing access to breast cancer services to women in need of assistance. This program reduces transportation barriers for rural women in treatment for breast cancer. Funding is made possible for this program by Susan G. Komen, the largest source of non-profit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world.

Click here to learn more about the 211info Komen program.
 


 

SELF (Support for Early Learning & Families) is a collaborative of supporting organizations in Southwest Washington that are like minded in the care and nurture of children, ages 0 to 5 years of age.

Click here to learn more about SELF.

 


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