What a spook-tacular event at The Signature Grand the Signature Grand Ghoul benefiting 211 Broward. An amazing evening of over the top decorations, costumes and halloween fun. Host Karyn Turk was on the scene catching up with all the ghouls and goblins.

About 211

The Mission

2-1-1 Broward is the live, 24-hour comprehensive helpline, providing all people with crisis, health and human services support and connecting them to resources in our community.

2-1-1 Broward: Help Starts Here

Knowing where to go is the first step to getting the help you need. EVERY HOUR OF EVERY DAY, SOMEONE IN BROWARD IS SEARCHING FOR HELP OR SERVICES – housing, food, financial assistance, relief from abuse, family issues, depression, childcare, suicide prevention, etc., but navigating the maze of city, state and non-profit agencies can be overwhelming and confusing. Since 1995, 2-1-1 Broward, has been the community’s central point of entry into the health and human services system. Dialing 2-1-1 is an easy way for people who need help to get connected with the community service providers that can help them. The 2-1-1 Broward helpline is available to every individual and family in Broward County. CLICK HERE to visit our online resource database.

Benefits of 2-1-1:

Dial an easy three digit number 2-1-1
Accessible 24/7
Free, confidential, anonymous
Available in any language
Crisis Intervention
Suicide Intervention
Get connected to health & human services
Every call answered by a trained, degreed helpline counselor
Small business owners and Human Resource professionals use helpline as a tool for employees in need

Services offered by 2-1-1:

Empathetic listening
Emotional support
Crisis Intervention
Suicide Hotline
Needs assessment
Get connected to health & human services
Every call is answered by a trained, degreed helpline counselor
Online Resource Database

Who is Using 2-1-1?

Whether it is a situation where the caller needs help or wants to offer help, 2-1-1Broward provides every person in the community with a place to turn when they need answers to life challenges, both big and small.

Some examples of 2-1-1 callers:

Employer helping an employee find family services
Homeless family living in their car
Family whose child has special needs
Teen who needs someone to talk to
Parent looking for a summer/afterschool camp
Uninsured diabetic person who needs insulin
Single mom who can’t feed her children
Senior who lives alone and needs a daily call
Person helping a friend with substance abuse issue
Widowed dad who needs child care to keep his job
Someone depressed and contemplating suicide
Non-profit worker looking for resources for a client