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FROM NNY BUSINESS
North country connects with 2-1-1
Since 2000, residents of Georgia and Connecticut have been using 2-1-1, the nationally authorized phone number that connects callers to nonprofit and government services offered in their community. Since 2007, residents of Plattsburgh and communities in all but 10 New York State counties have enjoyed the same service. And finally in February, 2-1-1 came to Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.
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FROM SYRACUSE.COM
More people call for help
More people call for help, info with addition of 211 hotline
A shorter, more easy to remember number has yielded a higher amount of calls from people seeking help in Central New York, according to 211 CNY. 211 CNY officially launched statewide on February 11. The hotline replaced Onondaga County’s Helpline, but it performs the same function and serves more counties that include Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence. The local hotline, which operates out of Onondaga County, helps callers find a range of social services that include shelter, mental health services and food pantries in their area. Cheryl Giarusso, director of Contact Community Services, has noticed an increase in the number of calls received since 211 CNY launched from previous years in which it operated as Helpline.
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Michelle Obama speaks about Mental Health First Aid Click to read more


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United Way Community Update on 211 and Contact Community Services Click to read more

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211 Phone Service for Central and Northern New York Officially Launches on 2-11! Click to read more

The north country welcomed 211CNY as a valuable phone and web resource for people seeking human services information. Watch news coverage from WWNY TV 7 in Watertown.




Sudden Infant and Child Death Resource Center becomes part of Contact Click to read more





 
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Information and referral to human services organizations for 5-county area (Onondaga, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence)
Dial 211 or www.211cny.com.

Onondaga County Helpline and Contact’s Mental Health Connection are now part of 211CNY.

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