Serving Monroe, Owen, and Greene Counties

Dial 2-1-1

Need help? Dial 2-1-1.

Individuals who need help with food, housing, employment, child care, health care, counseling, or senior services can call 2-1-1 for immediate assistance. Certified Connect2Help211 call specialists are available 24/7 every day of the year. This service is confidential, available in over 150 languages, and free (cell per-minute charges do apply). Anyone in Indiana can contact 2-1-1 for assistance. If you cannot access 2-1-1 from your phone, you can reach the specialists at (317) 926-4357 or you can send an e-mail by going to http://www.referweb.net/c2h/Email.aspx.

You can also search the complete Indiana 2-1-1 Database on your own.   

For best results, enter your zip code and then select your city from the pulldown list.

   
 
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For those few individuals who cannot dial 2-1-1 from their phone, these numbers may be used:

  • Statewide: (317) 926-4357
  • Greene County: (812) 888-4030
  • Brown County: (812) 376-6666


Locally, 2-1-1 service is supported by United Way of Monroe County, Area 10 Agency on Aging, and the Indiana 2-1-1 Partnership.

Older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers in Monroe and Owen counties can contact Area 10 Agency on Aging at (812) 876-3383 or toll free at (800) 844-1010 for free, objective information about services and supports.

 

Would you like to help ensure our community members have their basic needs met?

Please consider donating to the United Way Essentials Priority Fund. This fund helps individuals and families meet basic needs with access to sufficient food, a stable place to live, low-cost health care, and the information and skills to manage crises.

Want to learn more about additional Essentials initiatives or the other building blocks for a good life - Earnings and Education?

  • Born Learning
  • Financial Stability Alliance
  • Monroe Smart Start
  • Familywize Discount Prescription Card
  • Bank On Bloomington