What's Happening April 5th, 2024

APRIL 5TH, 2024

United Way 211 Information Line - As we know life can be difficult for many of our residents at the best of times, but the COVID-19 pandemic has created a new layer of stress and anxiety for everyone. Information is changing rapidly. Demand for critical social services and community programs has increased and in many cases the way these supports are delivered has had to change. That's why the United Way launched the 211 Service in NB: to help every person find the support they need. 211 is free, confidential, and acts as the front door to support, helping people navigate the complex network of government, community and social programs and services quickly to find what they need for their unique situation. When someone contacts 211, they are connected with a real person who will ask questions about their situation and then suggest programs or services that can help. Often, they can be registered on the spot. This eliminates the stress of trying to wade through the changing information we are all processing each day.

Phones are answered 24/7 in 170 languages.

Whether you are looking for Government Resources, Mental Health Resources, Food Access Resources or Financial Relief Resources 211 can help you.


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