Joan's Corner - December Newsletter
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Services and information related to the Arizona 2-1-1 help network.
2-1-1 Arizona is proud to offer a variety of free transportation options to the community through our 211 Transportation Hotline. After determining the option that best suits your needs, please call the 211 Transportation Hotline at 1-855-345-6432, or dial 211 and select option 4 for transportation, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, to schedule your ride!
Rides may be utilized for the following needs:
Rides must be a reasonable distance (the average cost of a ride is $18.50, or approximately 8-10 miles). Any one-way ride over $20 requires a reason there is not a closer alternative and may be subject to supervisor approval. To get a fare estimate go to: Fare Estimate.
Rides should be used when no other resources are available and to overcome short-term barriers. Rides will be provided as long as funds are available.
We connect you to the resources you need.
2-1-1 Arizona transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.
We are trusted, local, nonprofit organization providing you with access to 35,000+ community resources including housing, health, food, employment services and so much more.
FREE 24/7/365 CONFIDENTIAL
We cannot help people in person at our office. Please call or use our website or free apps.
Arizona Relay callers, dial 7-1-1 or 800-367-8939 and ask for 877-211-8661.
Explore our library of helpful information related to the following topics:
Housing and Homelessness
Income and Employment
"Arizona is one of the hottest places on earth from May to September. Heat-related illnesses are common during the summer, and some heat-related illnesses can even be fatal. Below you can find resources and tips to stay hydrated and safe in the Arizona heat. You can also call 211 to speak to a specialist about heat related services in your area.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency or any symptoms of heat-related illness, call 911 immediately."
Use the website below for more information.
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