- Human Services
PAs 24/7 Info & Referral Service -- 211
A free and confidential vital service, PA 211 connects individuals and families to food, health care and insurance assistance, stable housing and utilities payment assistance, employment services, veteran services and childcare and family services. It is available 24/7/365 by phone by dialing 211 and by text by texting your zip code to 898-211.
What Does 211 Do?
No matter the situation, the specialists at 211 listen, identify underlying problems and connect people in need with resources and services in their community to help improve their lives. Specialists are trained to identify root causes of a client’s problem and connect them with a wide range of available resources to meet all the underlying needs, not just the one that prompted the call, text or email.
Where Does 211 Get the Information?
The PA211 program is always looking for information about new non-profit and governmental services and welcome updates from agencies. This includes service provider agencies and local faith-based groups and partners. The PA211 database includes services in every county in Pennsylvania.
Send an email to Emily Aubele at email@example.com with your agency name and contact information so it can be added to the database.
Non-profit agencies can submit information about their programs and services to the 211 database request page.
The primary mission of the Human Services Agency is to serve the needs of Wayne County residents, promote independence and contribute to the quality of life in our community.
This is the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability.
Wayne County’s Office of Behavioral health is committed to providing our consumers with the highest quality behavioral health care services, which are easily accessible, respectful of the individual and family, welcoming and focusing services delivery on the unique needs of each individual.
Our Mission is to provide services which promote safer children, successful adolescents, stronger parents, sound families and supportive communities.
The Wayne County Drug & Alcohol (D&A) Commission has partnered with the Wayne County Heroin Prevention Task Force to put a life-saving opioid overdose antidote into the hands of family, friends and community members who may be in a position to save a life.
The Wayne County Transportation System is a county-operated shared-ride service.
A list of additional services provided by the county Human Services Agency