211 Newfoundland and Labrador

If you need support call or click 2-1-1.

2-1-1 can connect parents and caregivers with info and resources to help kids navigate the classroom

2-1-1 can connect parents and caregivers with info and resources to help with custody concerns

2-1-1 can connect people with information to get furniture for their homes

2-1-1 can connect parents and caregivers with info and resources to support kids when navigating gender identity

2-1-1 can connect people with information and resources to alleviate loneliness and find supports

2-1-1 can help people navigate administrative challenges

2-1-1 can connect parents and caregivers with info and resources to access health services

A place for anyone in need of support and don't know where to turn. 211 is here to help!

211 is an information and referral service that is implemented in all Provinces and Territories. It was launched in Newfoundland and Labrador in October 2020 with funding by the Government of Canada in partnership with the United Ways of Newfoundland and Labrador and its partners.

211 is Canada’s primary source of information for government and community-based programs and services, as well as non-clinical health and social services. 211 is a critical resource in helping communities navigate their way through times of crisis such as hurricanes, floods, forest fires, and pandemics. 211 can be the open door to the help that the people of Newfoundland and Labrador need when they need it most.

Among the services are:

Food Security

Income Support and Housing

Seniors Support

Children, Parents and Family Planning

Violence Abuse

Mental Health and Addictions

Newcomer Services

Academic Upgrading

Job Training and Employment

And so much more

211 can be accessed by anyone living in Newfoundland and Labrador and it is Available:

24/7 – 365 days a year – it is free and Confidential and can support over 150 Languages including Inuktitut and Innu-aimun.

It is available by phone, chat and on the website: www.nl.211.ca

211 is also available to people who are deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing via TTY.

All calls are answered by trained and certified Navigators who are sensitive to needs.  Wait times are minimal and follow ups are available upon request.

Dial 2-1-1- or Visit 211.ca

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