Housing & Basic Needs
If you and/or your family do not have the ability to access or purchase your most basic needs like food, housing, healthcare (physical and mental), please contact the resources below. There is confidential help for you from people who care, who are compassionate, and who want to connect you to services that help.
211 is the most comprehensive source of locally curated social services information 7/24. Conversations are completely confidential. 211 will help you find access to food and shelter, childcare, physical and mental healthcare and much more. The service is for all ages, veterans, people who are disabled, union workers and more. The 211 website (link above) describes all that is available while the direct call link (below) connects you to a person.
- COVID-19 impacts
- Essential Needs
- Crisis and emergency
With all the resources available, it can be difficult to know where to start! Designed to serve families with young children (pre-birth to early elementary school), the new Family Resource Center provides a local specialist to help guide you.
Early Learning activity Kits
Connection to local organizations that serve families with young children