Currently, United Way of Central Texas is committed to funding health and human service agencies and supporting programs; serving Central Texans in Temple, Belton, Salado, Little River, Academy, Rogers, Troy, Cameron, Bartlett, as well as other area communities.
The 2-1-1 Texas/United Way HELPLINE answered a record 926,400 calls for help in 2012. Basic needs, like food, utilities, and health care, topped the list of requests last year, followed by rent assistance and help finding shelter.
Our trained HELPLINE specialists are good listeners, blending understanding and expertise to provide information and referrals drawn from a comprehensive database of social services. 2-1-1 always answers the call for help, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in many languages.
Resources are extensive and include information about low-income tax preparation, counseling, senior services and more. 2-1-1 also serves as a primary point of contact during times of disaster.
Whether you need help finding child care, food stamps, care for an aging parent or a haven from domestic violence, 2-1-1 is the number to call when you don't know who to call.