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AT&T supports 211 San Diego's participation in United Way Worldwide's Ride United program which provides free Lyft rides to people in need.

With Bank of America, 211 San Diego is helping people build solutions toward a healthier future by providing them free access to resources and information during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through its grant support, Cox Communications is helping people build solutions toward a healthier future by providing them free access to resources and information during the COVID-19 pandemic.

211 San Diego and Nordson Corporation are working together to connect people in the San Diego region to health, food, utility, and other services. Together, we are inspiring systems change and make accessing services easier for all.

With support from Qualcomm, Inc., 211 San Diego has helped people navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and connect to vital resources in their time of need.

211 San Diego and SDG&E are working to support our community before, during and after regional disasters and Public Safety Power Shutoff events. Our partnership also helps spread awarness of utility discount and bill payment assistance programs.

211 San Diego and Union Bank share a goal of helping our community members build a healthier future by providing them with the information and resources they need.

The AARP Foundation partners with 211 San Diego to connect local seniors with free, over-the-phone CalFresh application assistance and other food resources.

BQuest Foundation helped build 211 San Diego's new MY211 technology, which allows people to create and manage their own user profiles, puting the power of connection in the hands of people seeking services.

The Conrad Prebys Foundation supports a 211 San Diego program that aims to make healthy living options accessible to San Diegans in an effort to reduce health gaps caused by differences in income, education, race and ethnicity, location and other factors.

With support from Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH), 211 San Diego mentors communities across the nation to build a Community Information Exchange (CIE) by offering a year of mentorship from 211 San Diego's leaders.

Lucky Duck Foundation has invested in 211 San Diego's new MY211, an app that allows people to create and manage their own user profiles to connect to vital services.

Through its grant support, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is helping 211 San Diego share best practives for using their Community Information Exchanges (CIE) to ensure equitable and inclusive public health data systems.

Together with Kaiser Permanente, 211 San Diego is catalyzing collaboration among social and healthcare services by expanding the Community Information Exchange (CIE) partner network which uses a shared technology to build tailored and coordinated solutions for everyone they serve.

The Jewish Federation supports 211 San Diego's participation in the Critical Support Leadership Council, which addresses factors that place Holocaust Survivors at greater risk for forced institutionalization.

In partnership with Mental Health Systems, 211 San Diego operates the Courage to Call hotline– a free, confidential, helpline staffed by veterans and family members that provides 24/7 peer advocacy to active-duty military personnel, veterans, reservists, guard members, and their families.

The San Diego Foundation is helping 211 San Diego provide free access to resources and information during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its Regional Disaster Fund also supports 211 San Diego's Director of Emergency Services position, which helps our region prepare for and respond to emergencies.

Sharp Grossmont Hospital partners with 211 San Diego to ensure their patients know they can contact 211 to be connected to community services that can help improve their health.

211 San Diego and United Way of San Diego County are working together to develop community-based approaches to strengthening economic supports for working families by expanding participation in the Community Information Exchange (CIE).

Together with United Way Worldwide and DoorDash, our most vulnerable community members who reach out to 211 San Diego for help can receive free food delivery.

Through funding from the California Department of Community Services & Development, 211 San Diego educates San Diegans about available tax benefits including the California and federal Earned Income Tax Credits (CalEITC/EITC).

211 San Diego partners with the California Department of Public Health to connect San Diegans to free smoking cessation programs.

The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) partners with 211 San Diego to connect Californians with the CalFresh program and offer free over-the-phone application assistance in select regions including San Diego County.

The County of San Francisco partners with 211 San Diego to Help San Francisco residents enroll in CalFresh or renew their benefits over the phone in English, Spanish and Cantonese. The goal of the partnership is to ensure that eligible participants can enroll and stay on the program.

The City of Poway supports 211 San Diego to help Poway residents build solutions toward a healthier future by providing them free access to resources and information.

The City of San Diego partners with 211 San Diego to help connect its residents with the City's water bill payment assistance program, Help 2 Others.

The City of San Marcos partners with 211 San Diego to help San Marcos residents build solutions toward a healthier future by providing them free access to resources and information.

Through its annual support to 211 San Diego, the City of National City is helping its residents build solutions toward a healthier future by providing them free access to resources and information during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our partnership with the First 5 San Dego Commission helps parents and families with children under 6 years old access programs and resources that ensure their child has the healthy development they need to be successful in school and in life.

211 San Diego is proud to support the County's Live Well San Diego's vision for healthy, safe and thriving communities by connecting individuals to food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and other vital resources.

211 San Diego partners with the County of San Diego Housing and Community Development to provide information, resources, advocacy and housing navigation for the HIV/AIDS community, which often faces additional barriers to housing due to stigma and discrimination.

211 San Diego works with the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services to provide official public information about road closures, evacuation routes, food assistance and more during an emergency. This partnership helps with rumor control, reserving 911 for emergency situations.

211 San Diego answers the Housing First hotline, in partnership with the San Diego Housing Commission, to connect callers to available housing resources.

With support from USDA, 211 San Diego integrates CalFresh into MY211, a mobile application that gives users automatic updates as they progress in the application process. The app puts the power of connection directly at the fingertips of people seeking services.

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Our funders make it possible, collecting and sharing with us the statistics, trends, and information that ensures we can provide the most up-to-date data to those who need them. When they align with us our funders not only know their information is included as part of an effective, critical information network, but they also connect themselves to 2-1-1’s history of support and respect from so many in the San Diego community.

We are grateful to our partners and are always looking for new ways to utilize our connections to expand our information base. If you would like to learn more about how you can support 211 San Diego, please contact Jessica Peter at jpeter@211sandiego.org or (858) 380-5269.

 

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