Finding Resources in Your Community
CALL 2-1-1 OR GO TO FINDHELP.ORG
Are you looking for community resources to support your reentry journey? Call 2-1-1 or go to FindHelp.org to find organizations that provide free or low-cost food, housing, health care, child care, legal aid… and more!
Findhelp.org can help you locate lots of important resources in your community. For example, it can help you find food, housing, transit, health, money, education, work, or legal resources.
HOW TO USE FINDHELP.ORG
Click this link: findhelp.org or click the green button above to go to the website. Then, type your zip code and click "search".
Click one of the categories, such as food, housing, transit, health, education, or legal. You can also type what you're looking for in the search box, such as "food stamps" or "bus pass".
If you click one of the categories, you can pick something more specific from the list that appears. For example, if you click "food" you can pick "food pantry" or "food delivery".
Scroll down the page to view a list of organizations that match what you picked. If you want to narrow down the list, you can sort by personal filters, program filters, and income eligibility.
Each organization describes its services and lists its phone number, address and hours. You can reach out to organizations directly from this website by clicking "next steps".
You can look at the map on the left side of the website to see which organizations are close to you and learn more about them.