2-1-1 Oklahoma

Providing access to services and resources for people in need

2-1-1 Oklahoma enhances access to community services as a sustainable, easy-access system for information and referral to community services for those who need help and those who provide help. Driven by national accreditation standards, 2-1-1 Oklahoma is available to 100% of the population no matter where they live or what type of telecommunications device they use in Oklahoma. Information on thousands of relevant community services in Oklahoma is available via phone call, text message or online.

2-1-1 Oklahoma is a statewide program managed by two regional organizations: Tulsa-based Community Service Council serves 37 counties in Eastern Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City-based Heartline serves Western Oklahoma.

CALL

DIAL 2-1-1
ANY TIME, 24/7

Free and confidential phone service. Trained service specialists give people personalized help in finding financial assistance, food, clothing, healthcare, shelter, housing, support groups, counseling, legal aid, employment, and more.

TEXT

INTRODUCING! 211onDemand

Text the message 211OK to 898-211 for help with food, rent and/or utility bills. For additional services, text the ZIP code to 898-211.

Receive 2-1-1 NewsFlash messages by text by texting 211OKNews to 898-211.

GO ONLINE

FIND SERVICES ONLINE

Search by service, keyword or agency name for assistance.

2-1-1 Online Directory for Eastern OK

2-1-1 Online Directory for Western OK

Our Vision

To create a comprehensive regional information and referral system which…

  • Facilitates access to health and human services for all regional residents
  • Delivers consistent and quality services with professionally trained staff who are supported by appropriate technology
  • Advocates for consumers through effective application of 2-1-1 call data and regional human service collaboration
  • Is responsive in times of community emergencies

About 2-1-1 Oklahoma in Eastern Oklahoma

  • 24/7 Multilingual Call Center that annually links 140,000+ Eastern Oklahomans to critical services, including crisis suicide intervention, screening for veteran services, access to health insurance resources, triage for domestic violence, health studies, and much more.
  • Since our launch in 2005, we’ve connected a million+ households to critical health and human services.
  • We maintain a comprehensive online database of 6,000 services in Eastern Oklahoma.
  • We provide real time data on caller trends and needs, filtered by county or date. 

How To Help

2-1-1 Oklahoma needs our community’s support. Each year, February 11th is National 2-1-1 Day. Please support 2-1-1 Oklahoma with a donation or by dining in a participating restaurant for our annual Day of Dining Fundraiser.

For More Information

Donnie House, Service Manager
918.295.1227
dhouse@csctulsa.org
211oklahomahelpline.org

This initiative aligns with CSC’s overall strategic plan.  Learn More

Our Work At-A-Glance

  • 24/7 multilingual call center
  • Clearinghouse for disaster resources in a community emergency
  • On-line database of 6,000 services
  • Printed resource guides for basic needs and seasonal services
  • Specialized triage and screening services for partner agencies
  • Data on community needs and gaps in services

Additional Resources

2-1-1NewsFlash

 Email Us to sign up for 2-1-1 NewsFlash
Text 211OKNews to 898-211 to receive 2-1-1 NewsFlash by text message

2-1-1 Data

 Trending Now Report: Community needs most affecting Oklahomans today

2-1-1 Resources

 Printable resource guides, national 2-1-1 information,  and more

2016 Results for Eastern Oklahoma

Real time data and 2-1-1 trends on needs in the community. 
120,000 requests for assistance from 37 counties in Eastern Oklahoma
35,000 web searches for services
30,000 requests for housing expenses assistance
29,000 uninsured/underinsured and 2,900 referred for ACA assistance
7,700 households with veterans/750 linked to homeless assistance
4,500 domestic violence after-hours crisis calls
700 enrolled in university research partnerships smoking studies
120 flood victims enrolled in crisis clean-up wait list
View the 2-1-1 Timeline: 10+ Years of Serving Oklahoma 

Our Partners

  • ACA Marketplace Assistance
  • DVIS After-hours Crisis Line 
  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families
  • Smoke Free Home

Current Priorities

  • Maintain 24/7 Call Center with disaster backup capability
  • Launch live text by texting ZIP code to 898-211 
  • Promote use of 211 Oklahoma online resource website
  • Optimize resource database for mobile viewing
  • Add online chat

Improving Oklahomans’ Lives Through Research, Planning and Action