211 San Bernardino
A safety net to those in crisis.
Connecting Those in Need With Crucial Resources
In the past year, over 185,000 residents were connected with critical health and social services through our 2-1-1 call center and website — free & available 24/7.
How Can You Help?
If you are interested in volunteer opporunities in San Bernardino County, dial 2-1-1 and talk to a call specialist today!
Spread the word to your workplace! Your employees or coworkers may need referrals.
Every tax-deductible donation makes a real difference for people in our community.
San Bernardino County's Community Resource Hub
When people get the critical help they need, it opens the door to new possibilities. Our 211 Call Center and website have connected over 750,000 residents in need with the food, shelter, healthcare, and social services needed to get back on their feet.
211 San Bernardino County is the central source for providing free and confidential information and referrals for all health and human services in San Bernardino County through our 211sb.org website, text, or our 2-1-1 call line. Our phone lines are open 21 hours a day, 7 days a week, with trained Community Resource Advisors prepared to offer helpful information with any situation, any time–whether financial, domestic, health, or disaster-related.
211 San Bernardino Works!
- Homeless Coordination
- Maternal Health & Lactation Hotline
- Preschool & Early Childhood
- Families & People at Risk
- Reentry Peer Navigation
- Strong Hearts Helpline
- Child Abuse
- CalFresh & Medi-Cal Telephone Enrollment
96% were satisfied with the service they received from 211
95% found referrals to be accurate
98% said they would use the 211 service again
94% of callers followed up with the agencies referred
Voices From Our Community
“I remember that making the first phone call was difficult but really very easy once I actually talked to someone. Since my experience, I recommend 211 to lots of people that I talk to in the course of my job and volunteer work. This service is not just for any one particular group of people but truly beneficial to many.” Therry Hansen
United Way’s 211 Pathways Home is designed to ensure that homeless persons and persons at risk of homelessness are matched, as quickly as possible, with the intervention that will most efficiently and effectively end their homelessness.
Voices From Our Community
“I had given up all hope. I thought I was going to die out there. Called 211. Gail treated me absolutely amazing. She’s my angel.” Months later, Dennis is happily housed, employed, and giving back.
– Dennis McCarthy | Homeless Veteran