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211 PSA CAMPAIGN

We’re proud to have partnered with the @AdCouncil and @UnitedWay on this powerful PSA reminding Americans that when times are dark, 211 is a guiding light. Call 211 (or 866-652-4636) and speak to a specialist about accessing the best local resources available.  You also can text your zip code to 898211 M-F: 8am-10pm.

 

 2/11/2021

211 DAY: HIGHLIGHTING VITAL ROLE IN A YEAR OF CHANGE

Contacts to Vermont 211 Increase Dramatically During Pandemic

Press Release

 

 

Vermont 211 Launches New User-Friendly Online Search

Press Release | Vermont Business Magazine

6/15/2018

Attorney General Donovan and Vermont 211 to collaborate on "Elder Protection Initiative"

Press Release

3/19/2018

Vermont 211 joins the American Red Cross of New Hampshire and Vermont in celebrating the 2018 "Everyday Heroes Awards"

Press Release 

5/11/2017

Vermont 211 referrals now available by text message

Press Release

5/11/2017

Age Well and United Ways of Vermont 211 Announce Innovative Partnership for Vermont Senior Helpline

Press Release (4/19/2017)

5/9/2017

Local officials work to help human trafficking victims

WCAX

12/9/2016

Vermont 211 and Emergency Shelters Gear Up for Cold Weather

ABC Local 22

11/9/2016

Vermont 211 and Emergency Responders Recognized

Vermontbiz

5/19/2016

Standards of Excellence Achieved - 

Vermont 211 Earns National Accreditation

Accreditation Press Release

11/11/2015

United Way’s Vermont 211 program stands ready to help stop it. Victims and potential victims of HT can dial 2-1-1 and get connected to a local facilitator, law enforcement and/or the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC – Polaris, 24/7 hotline)

Human Trafficking wcax.com

10/02/2015

A new statewide phone line to support families with young children was announced today by the United Ways of Vermont.

Help Me Grow Phone Line Seeks to Help Families

Department of Health

United Ways of Vermont and Vermont 211 celebrate the grand opening of it's headquarters and state of the art contact center.  Read all about it below.

Vermont 2-1-1 opens new call center.

 

The Working Toward Wellness grant, offered by the Vermont Department of Health, provides funding and technical assistance for the development or improvement of workplace wellness programs across the state. United Ways of Vermont/Vermont 211 was notified as a recipient of the grant!  Read more below.

Working Towards Wellness Grant Winners

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