We Connect Maryland So It Can Thrive
Our 501(c)(3) nonprofit responded immediately to the growing challenges of COVID-19. 211 Maryland continues to support state and local agencies and individuals. We inform, connect and advocate for individuals.
Weekly Mental Health Support
211 Health Check provides weekly, mental health check-ins with a trained professional who cares. This is a first-of-its-kind suicide prevention program.
More than 200,000 English and Spanish-speaking Marylanders receive text messages with information and alerts before, during and after public health and safety emergencies, through a partnership with the Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MDEM).
Multilingual Services and Support
MD Stop Hate expands multilingual support, making it easier to report hate crimes and connect victims with services. This partnership with the Governor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs also provides resources like English as a Second Language classes and other neccesary resources for new Americans and Immigrants.
Senior Support & Assistance
It’s easier to find aging services and resources through Maryland Access Point (MAP) through a partnership between 211 Maryland and the Maryland Department of Aging. MAP provides online resources and a statewide call line.
What Our Partners Say
Get insight into 211 Maryland’s community and state impact and our latest initiatives to lift up individuals with unmet needs.