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Twitter Rally and Storm Focuses on COVID FundingUnited Way Worldwide and the 211 Network collaborated on a Twitter Rally (Chat) using the hashtag #Team211 on Wednesday to generate tweets to Congress in support of $150 million request in the next Congressional relief package. 211 centers all over the country participated, sharing stories of collaboration, call…
COVID-19 Hotline Callers Seek Clarifications on Returning to WorkGovernor Inslee’s recent announcement of a phased approach for re-opening the state’s economy appears to have prompted a bump in calls into the state’s COVID-19 hotline about getting back to work. The Washington 211 network has answered over 50,000 calls since early March through the statewide hotline number (1-800-525-0127).…
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Washington 2-1-1 provides the most current and comprehensive database of community resources in the State of Washington (over 27,000 listings), which serves as a central access point for connecting Washington’s 7.1 million residents to community resources. By simply dialing the number 2-1-1 or searching the website, people can connect to help when they need it regardless of who provides the services or where the services are located.
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Whether your organization is a recognized health and human services provider or is a small community based organization providing basic assistance, 2-1-1 can help connect people in need to your services or assist you in referring clients to additional community services.. Use the following links to add or update resources for your community