Nonprofits like United Way and various government agencies provide excellent programs to support people in need. The problem: The people who need these programs often don’t know they exist.
Call or Click United Way's 2-1-1 to Give or Get Help!
Are you looking for information about:
- a support group?
- family counseling?
- services for an aging parent?
- financial assistance?
- volunteer opportunities?
- or other community services or groups?
United Way's 211 is here to help answer questions and connect you to services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. . . by phone, through our publications, via the online searchable database, or by e-mail. Check out the 2013 2-1-1 Call Data Report.
CALL 2-1-1: or 715-848-2255 or 800-922-5590 any time for free and confidential, personalized information and referrals. Information Specialists can answer your questions, tell you who to contact, and how to take the next step in solving your problems or meeting your needs.
The next time you have a question, need information about community services or volunteer opportunities, or are looking for help with personal or family matters, or have other concerns: Get Connected and Get Answers through United Way's 2-1-1.
Help for Hard Times...
Have you been recently laid off or have your hours been reduced? Check out 2-1-1's Help for Hard Times Guide. This guide is meant to help people in Portage County who are unemployed or struggling financially.
Community Service Form
If you have a community program that you would like to see listed on United Way's 2-1-1 information, please complete the Community Service Form and submit it back to United Way's 2-1-1. Before filling out this form, please look at the Community Information Inclusion Policy to see if your services fall within our criteria.
If you have a counseling agency that you would like to see listed on United Way's 2-1-1 information, please complete the Counseling Form and submit it back to United Way's 2-1-1.
(Agencies are intended as referrals only. We do not license, endorse or recommend any provider. 2-1-1 information is maintained and distributed by United Way of Marathon County.)