A Delicious Way to Support the National 2-1-1 Day of Dining
When you need help, where do you turn? In an emergency, you can call 9-1-1. But, what if you need to find housing, food, mental health assistance, or something that just can’t be handled by an ambulance or fire truck? You can call 2-1-1.
2-1-1 is a free and easy-to-remember phone number that streamlines the process of matching critical health and human services for the residents of our great community. Over 12,000 people use 2-1-1 each month to connect with housing, family counseling, employment and many more services. This non-profit program is staffed by highly trained and compassionate specialists ready to help anyone who calls. Dialing 2-1-1 connects callers to trained specialists with access to multi-lingual translations.
When you're looking for a good place to eat, what do you do? Well, make sure to dine out on February 11th, National 2-1-1 Day (2/11, get it?)...and make sure it's at one of the following fabulous Tulsa restaurants who will be donating a portion of their proceeds on February 11th to the 2-1-1 Hotline.
Just say 2-1-1 when you order at:
Hey Mambo-all day
114 North Boston Ave.
DECO DISTRICT DOWNTOWN
The Vault-all day
620 South Cincinnati Ave
Mod’s Coffee and Crepes-4pm-10pm
507 South Boston Ave.
Elote Café and Catering-all day
514 South Boston Ave.
BLUE DOME DISTRICT
Dilly Deli-breakfast and lunch
402 East 2nd Street
309 East 2nd Street
The Dust Bowl-4pm-close 100% of bowling
211 South Elgin
James E. McNellie’s Pub-dinner
409 East 1st Street-Blue Dome
3316 South Peoria
R Bar-all day
3421 South Peoria
James E. McNellie’s Pub-South City-dinner
7031 South Zurich Avenue
With a database of thousands of community and government services, the 2-1-1 specialists can identify the right solution to the caller’s problem. 2-1-1 Helpline is a member of the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) and the Oklahoma 2-1-1 Collaborative and is a program of the Community Service Council (CSC), a United Way member agency. 2-1-1 Helpline now serves thirty-seven counties in eastern Oklahoma.
Our mission is to provide community information and access to services through assessment of needs and connection to resources.
Our visions is to create a comprehensive regional information and referral system which:
· facilitates access to health and human services for all residents of the region
· delivers consistent and quality services with professionally trained staff who are supported by appropriate technology
· advocates for consumers through effective application of 2-1-1 call data and regional human service collaboration
· is responsive in times of community emergencies
“I am so very pleased and proud that these great establishments have chosen to honor and support 2-1-1 on National 2-1-1 Day. These companies understand the caring and efficient way that 2-1-1 connects callers to community assistance they are often desperate to find,” said Jim Lyall, 2-1-1’s Director.
More information about the 2-1-1 Hotline is available at 211tulsa.org.