245 Stanford Parkway, Findlay, OH, United States



What is 2-1-1?

2-1-1 provides information & referral for people in need of health & human service resources, as well as volunteer opportunities in our community.
When you call, you will be connected to an information & referral specialist who is highly trained to evaluate each individual situation, access our extensive database, and provide information on appropriate resources. Calls are confidential and service is available in Spanish.
Hancock County Collaborative
Special thanks to the Hancock County Collaborative, a group of caring organizations committed to funding 2-1-1 in Hancock County.
Blanchard Valley Regional Health Center
Century Health
City of Findlay
Citizens Sheriff’s Academy Alumni Association
Findlay City Schools
Findlay Health Department
Findlay Noon Rotary
Hancock County Agency on Aging
Hancock County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board
Hancock County Health Department
Hancock County Job & Family Services
Hancock County Schools-Educational Service Center
HHWP Community Action Commission
Hope House for the Homeless
Open Arms Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Services
Owens Community College
University of Findlay
United Way of Hancock County

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