Information and Referral/2-1-1Provides 24-hour comprehensive information and referral for health and human services in Summit County. Publishes a comprehensive printed directory of local services as well as a public database. Click here to learn more.
Child Care ConnectionAssists families in locating child care. Provides resources for choosing quality care and age-appropriate development. Offers professional services including trainings, lending library access and assistance with the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Click here to learn more.
Community Voice MailHelps people living in poverty, transition and homelessness rebuild their lives by connecting them to jobs, housing, information and hope through a personal voice mail box. Caller hears only the voice of the client, just as if they had reached a home phone. Click here to learn more.
Homeless Management Information SystemHosts implementation of a community database used to collect data for homeless services agencies within the local Continuum of Care. Includes technical support, training, and agency networking. Click here to learn more.
LifelineProvides emergency alarm monitoring for older adults and people with disabilities. A monitoring device is installed in the home and a message is relayed to a response center if there is a problem. A trained specialist then dispatches appropriate assistance. Click here to learn more.
MedAssistProvides financial assistance with prescriptions and limited medical supplies for individuals who are without health insurance coverage, but do not qualify for other assistance programs. Click here to learn more.
Project ConnectAssists non-profit organizations in upgrading their technology capabilities and utilizing their resources more effectively. Helps organizations determine what they need from technology and how to achieve it. Offers technical assistance and training through staff and volunteers. Click here to learn more.
Welcome to Info Line
Info Line is Summit County's 24-hour community information and referral service, answering 75,000 incoming calls annually to link people in need of services with the providers of such services.
Since its incorporation as a nonprofit in 1975, its central purpose has been to provide access to human service delivery for people in need. Info Line is one of the first three agencies in the state of Ohio fully accredited by the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems , the international professional organization for the field of information and referral.
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