Our mission 211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast’s mission is to save lives through crisis intervention and by connecting people to health, mental health, and wellness services 24 hours a day every day.The agency’s all volunteer Board of Directors has formulated the following as its vision statement: “211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast envisions a community where people in crisis receive the information and support they need to weather life’s storms.”
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COVID-19 Testing Site Coming to Florida Atlantic University In cooperation with American Medical Response (AMR)

COVID-19 Testing Site Coming to Florida Atlantic University In cooperation with American Medical Response (AMR)

211 is here to help

211 is here to help

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast

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211 is here to help

Please consider making a donation to support the life-saving work that we do each and every day. Donations can be made online at: https://211palmbeach.org/donate or can be mailed to: 211 HelpLine, P.O. Box 3588, Lantana, FL 33465.
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We need to pay overtime for staff- for additional capacity needs, and there is the cost of overtime for existing staff who may be unable to work due to their high risk status or child care needs and may face costs re: short-term disability payments. We paid for professional disinfecting, additional supplies (hand sanitizer, soap etc) due to operating 24/7 in close quarters. We also had to purchase 22 laptops in order to be ready to implement a complete agency-wide remote work plan if needed.
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How you help Volunteers play a vital role in helping 211 deliver effective and quality services to those in need in our community. We rely heavily on these dedicated individuals in order to keep up with the needs that many individuals in our community are facing.
About us 211 is a confidential, community helpline and crisis hotline service providing immediate guidance and support for individuals and families who find themselves without answers to problems they may face on a daily basis. An array of support and assistance, including information; assessment; advocacy; referral; and linkage to appropriate community agencies, as well as telephone counseling, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention is provided. As the central gateway to health and human services, 211 collects, maintains, and makes available up-to-date resource information via phone, text, email, website, printed guides and directories.
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