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Info Line Programs

  • MedAssist - offers prescription assistance for people without insurance
  • Information and Referral - free 24-hour info line for social services
  • HMIS - coordinates the local Homeless Management Information System
  • Project Connect - offers technology training for non-profit organizations
  • Community Voice Mail - provides free voicemail for people in transition
  • Lifeline - provides a personal emergency response system
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AT&T Lifeline Ohio

Info Line partners with AT&T to promote the AT&T Lifeline program in Summit County.

The AT&T Lifeline program provides discounted home telephone service for households with an income at or below 150% of the federal poverty level. Benefits of the Lifeline Ohio Program include:

  • $12.42 monthly discount for local service
  • Free line connection if applicable
  • Toll restriction at no charge
  • Waive deposit for local service
  • Free optional blocking of 900 and 976 numbers
  • Payment arrangement plans for outstanding balances
  • Automatic blocking of pay-per-use services
  • Call waiting and an additional line are available

Participants in the following programs are automatically eligible: Public Housing/Section 8, Food Stamps, Disability Assistance, HEAP, Medicaid, Free School Lunch Program, Ohio Works First, SSI, and SSDI. Households with an income at or below 150% of the federal poverty level also qualify but they must show proof of income.

Applications are available by calling Info Line at 2-1-1 or 330-376-6660. You can also print an application below.

AT&T Lifeline Application and Info 2010


2-1-1 Information & Referral


Child Care Connection

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Project Connect

Community Voice Mail