211 News

The “GREAT GIVE” -where gifts to 211 HelpLine go towards helping thousands!

Left to right: Susan Buza, Executive Director 211, Sunshine client Lillian Ziperman, Patrice Schroeder 211's PIO.     May 2014- This year 211 HelpLine is excited to be a participant in the “GREAT GIVE” initiative being held “online” May 6th.  This event is spearheaded by the

Autism Awareness- Families are more than their diagnosis!

      Every day a family learns that their child has been diagnosed with Autism…where can a family turn as this comes to light? 211 Special Needs HelpLine was created to help these families navigate the complicated maze of services. This service is free and can be a comfort

Martin County Children's Services Council-Proud Supporter of 211- Celebrates 25 Years

It’s hard to imagine Martin County without the support of a Children’s Services Council. For 25 years, this dedicated source of funding for children and family programs – including 2-1-1 Treasure Coast – has worked to make a measurable difference in the lives of all residents. Still, the

211 HelpLine is grateful for its dedicated volunteers

                    Left to right: Renee, Norm, Linda and Karen Sunshine Co-ordinator.  Sunshine Volunteer Marcia                                  April 2014- Without the help of our caring volunteers there would be no “Sunshine!” 211 Helpline’s Sunshine program has over 500 seniors who look

2-1-1 is the go to number for Florida's "Who's Really Watching Your Child?" campaign

  More than 25 percent of child protective investigations last year involved a non-relative caregiver, such as a boyfriend, girlfriend or friend, as the alleged perpetrator...By working together, we can make that statistic go down! The "Who's Really Watching Your Child?"

2014 “211 Awareness” Proclamations were presented throughout 211 HelpLine’s Five County Service Area

             Photos: left to right St. Lucie County Commission Chair Frannie Hutchinson and 211's Community Relations Specialist Page Woodward; Delray Beach City Mayor Cary Glickstein and 211's Public Information Officer Patrice Schroeder.   February 2014- The month of

211 loses a great friend and supporter-Jay H. Rossbach

Jay H. Rossbach served on the 211 Board of Directors for several years and came to 211 having been on the United Way Allocations Committee.  "I will always remember his saying to me that “this little charity”, 211, needs some help and should be more visible in Palm Beach.  As a result Jay

Celebrating 211 Awareness Week 2014

  New! Your organization can help get the word out about 211 by using our "Agency Tool Kit" or call 561-383-1149.

211 To Host Call Center Management Training

Join 211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast in sunny South Florida for Call Center Management Training, March 19-21, 2014. Learn from highly trained Specialists who will put participants through a hands-on training course that will help with self-assurance & confidence-building, which are skills