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211 Texas

Date: Monday, March 19th, 2012

Source:  211Texas.org

211 Texas is a free help line answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

211 Texas is connected to nearly every service in the state, including government agencies, food pantries, career services, after-school programs, counseling services and many other state and local resources.

During any statewide disaster response, a special Option # 4 is activated to point callers directly to disaster-related information. When Option # 4 is activated for disaster response, that is the first option that the caller hears.

View 211Texas.org Website for more information

Frequently Asked Questions about 211 Texas

Register for Transportation Assistance before a disaster

 


Finding Help in Texas: 2-1-1 Texas

Date: Monday, August 17th, 2009

Source:  Health and Human Services

Need help and do not know where to go?

2-1-1 Texas  helps you find free information on services in your area providing:

* Food
* Shelter
* Rent assistance
* Utility bill assistance
* Counseling
* Child care
* After-school programs
* Senior services
* Disaster relief
* and other programs in your area

Hurricane Disaster Preparedness – Have You Registered?

If you will need help evacuating in the event of a hurricane, you can now register in advance for a ride.

To Register dial 2-1-1. After your language selection, choose option 4.

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Texans urged to call 2-1-1 now if they’ll need help in hurricane evacuation

Date: Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Source:  AgriLife News

Sign up today for state’s transportation registry

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2-1-1 Connects Hurricane Victims with Health, Human Services Programs

Date: Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Source(s): FEMA

By dialing 2-1-1, Texans affected by Hurricane Ike can be connected to health and human services programs available in their communities. An alternate toll-free number for the same hotline is 1-800-644-1917.

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Texas residents along Gulf Coast are urged to prepare now for hurricanes

Date: Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Source(s): Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Citizens in the state of Texas along the Gulf Coast are once again at risk of being affected by a major hurricane. Residents along the coast are encouraged to prepare now. They are asked to fill their gas tanks, to make necessary preparations to protect their property, ready their evacuation kit, and listen to the authorities in their county or city for instructions on when and where to evacuate if necessary.

Those who need assistance in evacuating need to immediately call 2-1-1 and register. This registration takes time. Registration will be stopped at approximately 72 hours prior to hurricane landfall.