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CURRENT ALERTS

STATEWIDE: Oregon is experiencing cold and severe weather across the state, call 2-1-1 or CLICK HERE for information on open shelters and transportation options.

MULTNOMAH COUNTY DONATIONS: Shelters and outreach workers are seeking winter gear donations. For information on what and where to donate, click here.

Building and sustaining community partnerships is crucial to the 211info mission. Partnerships that address the social determinants of health have the power to support individual resilience and community health.

Investors and community partners assist by funding locally based 211info Community Engagement Coordinators, who conduct outreach presentations, attend community meetings, and work with social service providers to ensure that our database meets local needs.

Local and State Partners

  • City of Portland
  • Clark County
  • Council for the Homeless
  • Early Learning Division 
  • Joint Office of Homeless Services
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Lane County
  • Multnomah County
  • Oregon Department of Agriculture
  • Oregon Department of Human Services
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • Oregon Health and Sciences University
  • Oregon Housing and Community Services 
  • Oregon Housing and Community Services 
  • Oregon Office of Emergency Management
  • Oregon State Treasury
  • People for People
  • Pink Lemonade Project
  • Ride Connection
  • Transition Projects
  • Unite Us
  • Washington 211
  • Washington County

Connect Oregon

211info is also a member of Connect Oregon, a coordinated care network of health and social service providers serving Oregon. 

As a Connect Oregon partner, 211info is connected with other partners in the network through Unite Us’ shared technology platform, which enables us to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs, and improve health across Oregon communities.

Learn more about Connect Oregon.

At 211info we’re all about looking for the helpers -- and all about connecting members of our community with that help for free. That’s why we work side-by-side with community partners to connect Oregon and Southwest Washington residents with resources when they need them the most.

- Dan Herman, 211info CEO