211 Resource Guide
Mental Health Resource Guide
Community Resource Directory - Murray County
Community Resource Directory - Whitfield County
This information hotline is only intended to be used by individuals who are not experiencing symptoms but have general questions related to COVID-19.
Anyone experiencing symptoms is strongly urged to contact their medical provider on how to best seek treatment.
Dial 211 from any landline, AT&T, or Verizon mobile phone to speak with a contact center specialist.
This connects people to resources that address everyday challenges and those that develop during times of crisis.
You can also call 706-CAN-HELP to speak to a bilingual Information & Referral Specialist that can connect you to local resources located in Whitfield and Murray Counties.
This number is only accessible during our business hours Monday-Thursday from 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Friday from 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Answering The Call In A Very Big Way
United Way connects people who need help with people who want to help.
United Way 211 is staffed by trained, bilingual call center specialists who assist callers by using the most comprehensive database of social services in our community.
United Way 211 is an information and referral service.
Information and referral specialists have comprehensive knowledge in areas such as basic needs, physical and mental health, domestic violence services, child care, counseling, and mentoring.
The top three requests are for utility, rent, and food assistance.
If you know someone who needs help, please have them call our three-digit number, 211 from a landline, AT&T, or Verizon mobile phone, or 706.CAN.HELP from any phone type.