From hello to help, 211 is here for you.
We connect those of you in crisis to resources in Savannah and the surrounding area – Bryan, Chatham, Effingham and Liberty Counties. We can give you the help you need, when you need it.
Please be patient. We are currently experiencing high call volume
and will do our best to serve you as soon as possible.
2.) Do you pre-qualify for assistance?
Before dialing 2-1-1, ask yourself the following questions:
- Am I currently employed?
- If so, have I lost income because of the pandemic?
- If I am unemployed, is my job-loss directly related to the pandemic?
- Can I provide proof?
- Is my bill currently in the late status?
3.) What documents are required?
Have the following documents readily available:
- Copy of Driver’s License/ State I.D./ Birth Certificate/ Passport
- Proof of Income (Bank Statement, Managerial Letter, Check Stubs, etc.)
- Copy of Bill
- IF Applicable: Leasing Agreement, Eviction Notice, etc.
4.) Where can I find the application for assistance?
- If you meet the pre-qualifications for assistance, a 211 representative will provide you with the application.
- You must contact 211 before you can complete the application for assistance.
- IF you have been given the application by someone other than a 211 representative, we will NOT be able to process your application. You must contact us for the application so that we can properly input your information into the system.
5.) What happens after the application has been completed?
- Our 211 representatives are working as quickly as possible to process all applications.
- Please upload ALL required documents to avoid any further delay. Be sure to complete the application correctly and press SUBMIT.
- If your application is approved, a case manager will contact you for additional information.