Welcome to Logan County 211


Please check the Logan County 211 page on Facebook here for up-to-date information on resources including shelter, food and other emergency resources in response to the tornadic activity and severe storms throughout Logan County.

Help Starts Here.

211 connects you to expert, caring help. Every call is completely confidential. Local resource specialist are standing by to answer your questions or provide community resources in Logan County — 24/7/365.

NOTE: 211 availability and service may vary depending on your cellular, cable or VOIP telephone services provider. Please call 1.800.684.2324 to report a problem.

United Way of Logan County has launched the Indian Lake Tornado Relief Fund to help meet the immediate and long-term needs of Logan County families impacted by the March 14 storm. Please visit www.uwlogan.org to make your gift. 100% of your gift to the Indian Lake Tornado Relief Fund goes to help our neighbors and our community recover. Thank you for your generosity.

What is 211?

211 is a simple, easy-to-remember number to call when you need non-emergency help or access to human services. It is a free 24-hour service so you get the help you need when you need it. When you dial 211, your call will be answered by the local information & referral agency, HelpLine.

How did 211 get started?

In 1997, United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta successfully established a local 211 project. Since then, they have helped over 250,000 callers needing information about resources in their community. United Way of America and the Alliance of Information & Referral Systems (AIRS) have formed a national 211 partnership.

What are the benefits of 211?

One number to call to get information about community services in Logan County. One number to call to get help in a disaster. Easy way to connect with information on where to get help or give help. Call TODAY 211 or 1.800.684.2324.