Welcome to Florida 211

24/7, free, confidential service that connects you with expert, caring, help.
Call 211 or visit 211.org to find your local 211.

Florida 211 Impact

211 is the most comprehensive source of information about local resources and services. We are here to help.

Actionable Data Insights

Florida 211 data helps identify & respond to emergency community needs.

Florida 211

Whether it’s a natural or human-caused disaster, a mental health issue, searching for job training or a food pantry, Florida 211 connects people to help, with a caring human on the other end of the phone. 

It’s a go-to, 24/7 free resource that can connect you with a wide range of social services and resources, including food, housing, utilities payment assistance, health care, transportation, child care, employment opportunities, mental health crises, disaster information and assistance, and more. 

It’s all confidential, with highly trained 211 specialists providing expert, caring help that addresses not only the presenting issue, but underlying challenges people are facing as well. 

Florida 211 is comprised of 11 nationally accredited centers that provide community resource navigation, crisis and suicide intervention, mental health referrals, disaster information, and more. Ten of the eleven centers also serve as 988 Crisis & Suicide Lifeline centers.

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Inform Florida is the collaborative organization for the Florida 211 Network.