Resources for Victims of Substance Impaired Driving

Identifying Nationwide Resources

There are several resources available on a national level that may be useful for victims and survivors of substance impaired driving. Each one will have its own requirements to qualify for services, but may be some of the best ways to get help. 211 Many networks have been created to assist people with emergency needs. The network most commonly available across the nation is an information and referral resource called 211. 211 is a service designed to connect people with their local community resources. Anyone can dial 211 on their phone to be connected with the resource line to identify different types of community partners that may offer emergency help and other resources. The network also has the majority of its listings available online at . Some of the resources that 211 might have listed include getting help with the following issues: • Utilities (Electric, gas, phone, etc.) • Food • Housing • Transportation • Medical • Mental Health • Emergency Funds • Other Physical Needs After an individual receives information about the community programs that are needed, the next step is to call or visit those locations to see if they can qualify to receive


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