Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. (“IN211”) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing free and confidential information and referrals to Hoosiers across Indiana, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Last year, IN211’s trained Community Navigators answered more than 368,000 requests for assistance and made more than 636,800 health and human service referrals from a database of over 20,000 contacts and services, representing government, community, and faith-based organizations. IN211 also logged over 300,000 website visits during the same period.
IN211 makes it possible for people in need to navigate the complex and ever-changing maze of human services. 2-1-1 helps track trends and gaps in social services within the community and is vital in disaster relief and connecting individuals to social service agencies. All calls made to IN211 are confidential, and community navigators provide referrals to people in need of a wide variety of services, which include but not limited to:
- Legal Aid
- Utility Assistance
- Health Care and many more services
*ATTENTION INDIANA NON-PROFITS WHO PROVIDE HEALTH OR
– If your agency intends to serve citizens through this pandemic,
Indiana 2-1-1 will refer Hoosiers to you.
– We encourage you to ensure your organization’s information is
up-to-date by checking your information online at www.in211.org
– If it needs to be updated, you can do it through that website or
by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need help, call 211, toll-free at 1-866-211-9966 or search the Indiana 211 resource database here.
*Some organizations will need to remove any internal phone system blocks to use 2-1-1.
Important Links & Resources
Update/Add Your 2-1-1 Community Resource Directory Entry:
The statewide resource database is constantly being updated to ensure the most up to date information is available for Hoosiers seeking assistance. If your organization needs to update your information, the IN211 Resource Team can be reached by phone, email or website:
All updates submitted require verification by a resource specialist prior to publication. As a result, your updates may take up to three business days to be published.
Adding New Resources
Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. always welcomes the addition of local health and human services to the database. If your organization would like to be added, your request must be received in writing. Please contact the IN211 Resource Department to request inclusion:
Once the request is received, the information provided will be reviewed against the Indiana 211 Inclusion Policy and added to the database if appropriate. All service provider inclusion requests will be addressed within three business days of receipt.
Area Health References and Websites
Vanderburgh County Health Department
Map of Substance Abuse Treatment Centers and Community Resources in Vanderburgh County – https://maphub.net/embed/29046